Encinitas Sheriff’s Station to host ‘Coffee with the Community’ in Del Mar

The Encinitas Sheriff’s Station will hold a “Coffee with the Community” on Wednesday, May 1, from 8-9 a.m. at the Del Mar City Hall, Annex Building , 235 11th Street, Del Mar.

This event gives the public a chance to chat with the station’s Captain, Lieutenant, Crime Prevention Specialist and Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving (COPPS) Deputies in a casual setting and exchange ideas and concerns over a free cup of coffee.

Community outreach is a top priority of the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department. Members of the community should feel comfortable bringing problems related to safety and security as well as deputy-community relations to its staff.

Call Henry Tirado or Jackie Stockholm at (760) 966-3588 for more information.

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