Story by Jennifer O’Connor
Now in its fourth year, the Warwick Police Department will once again host, “Coffee with a Cop,” on Sat., Mar. 3 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at Henry’s Deli & Café, located at 583 Rte. 94 in Warwick NY.
Everyone is welcome to attend this free event, which is an opportunity for residents to speak with Police Officers in a casual and comfortable setting. This is the Warwick Police Department’s seventh ‘Coffee with a Cop.’
“Obviously we can’t speak about investigations,” said Chief Thomas McGovern, “but we are happy to get ideas from the public about their concerns.”
At previous events, residents spoke with the Police on a range of issues from how to properly install car seats, to traffic issues in their neighborhood to alerting the Police about possible drug activity. Many simply stop by to thank the Police for the work they do every day.
Warwick residents Karen and Phil McKenna, the owners of Henry’s Deli, are excited that the event will be held at their establishment. Owning the old-fashioned deli has been the fulfillment of a life-long dream for Karen, a mother of three children, and Phil, a NYC firefighter.
“We love living in the Warwick community and we are happy to support the Warwick PD and all of their efforts,” said Karen.
To learn more about Henry’s Deli and to view their breakfast and lunch menu, featuring signature sandwiches, visit www.henrysdeliandcafe.com or call 986-8800. For more information about the ‘Coffee with a Cop’ event contact Lt. John Rader at 986-5000.