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Published on 22 November 2021

Virtual Coffee with a Cop

Glen Eira City Council, in partnership with Victoria Police, would like to invite residents to take part in the fifth session of the virtual Coffee with a Cop on Thursday 9 December from 7pm to 8pm.

Hosted by Glen Eira Local Area Commander Inspector Catherine Wilkins, the session will focus on young people and the effects of online gambling.

Listeners will also have the opportunity to anonymously ask guest speakers their questions on gambling issues or any other community safety topic, in a relaxed and informal setting from the comfort of their own homes.

Traditionally an informal face-to-face chat with the community, Coffee with a Cop is being delivered virtually to ensure local police and Council can continue to engage with local community members while keeping the community COVID-safe.

To register for Coffee with a Cop, visit https://www.trybooking.com/BVIKP

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