No speeches or specific topics.

Just informal conversations about what matters to our community – local crime.

Unlike others, I don’t want to defund the Police or believe they are racist and violent ; the benefit of police-community collaboration are immense so join me at our next Coffee with A Cop.

Queensland Police Service data for Brisbane reveals that that stolen cars have increased by 28%, theft by 24% and assaults by 13% in the year to October 2023 when compared to the previous year.

Our area isn’t immune, so it’s not surprising people are embracing my Coffee With A Cop mornings.

Crime isn’t something local government can control, that is the State Government’s responsibility, but I am pleased to connect residents with the Queensland Police teams who keep our area safe.

Come along for helpful hints on how to better protect your home and property

These informal meeting are great connectors between local residents and the Queensland Police Service.

Coffee with a Cop removes perceived barriers that come between officers and residents – they are as beneficial for residents as they are for officers.




Wednesday 20th December 2023

8:30 – 9.30 am           

Bird House Café  420 Brunswick Street Fortitude Valley


Tuesday 23rd January 2024

7:30 – 9.00 am

Union Street Café  Union & Water Streets Spring Hill