Started by George Langford on Thursday, June 20 2019, 10:07 am ·

The next COFFEE WITH A COP will be on Friday June 21, 2019 at 09:00am at the Heine Brothers in the Douglass Loop.

George Langford-Councilman

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Replied by George Langford on Saturday, June 22 2019, 05:33 pm

I was able to attend this last COFFEE WITH A COP on Friday June 21 at the Heine Brothers at the Douglass Loop.

Most of my time was speaking with one of the Lieutenants that is on Major Aubrey Gregory's staff. We discussed the article in the CJ about the Marijuana issue, legalized gambling, the shortage in the Pension System, and the retirement of many eligible members of the Louisville Police Department. It is no secret that many Officer with LMPD are leaving for other law enforcement jobs in other communities. Only last night at Saint Albert's Summer Picnic half or more of Greymoor-Devondale Police Department is made up of retired LMPD officers.

Nothing in our area, but I did discuss a situation that was brought to my attention from a resident who works in the Germantown-Schnitzberg area of Louisville, where I was told they never see a Police Car, and this is well inside the old city limits of Louisville.

I would like to see more of our residents attend these meetings and get involved.

George Langford


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