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Massachusetts state and local police hold successful “Coffee with a Cop” event with help from K9s and horses

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“An astounding turnout from local residents Tuesday in Norfolk at our latest Coffee With A Cop event, held by the Massachusetts State Police Community Liaison Team with our partners in the community, Norfolk Police.

Thank you to Cilla’s Coffeehouse on Liberty Lane for hosting the event, as well as Golden Opportunities for Independence – a non-profit organization that trains service and resource dogs – for bringing some of their canine students, who proved to be a big hit!

The State Police Employee Assistance Unit and the Massachusetts Department of Corrections also appeared with their crisis response dogs Margaux and Mugsy, respectively, and the State Police Mounted Unit brought horses Captain and Scout to showcase the close relationships these teams share.

The Massachusetts State Police Community Liaison Troopers for Troops A, B, C, and H shared coffee and discussion with the people of Norfolk and surrounding communities on a beautiful morning.

Watch our social media spaces for notice of more gatherings like this one in the coming weeks. We hope you can join us at one of them and tell us what’s important to you.”

All photos by the Massachusetts State Police:

About Michael Silvia

Served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Owner of New Bedford Guide.

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