From left, Eric Coffman, Geary County Sheriff, and Capt. Justin Stopper, Geary County Special Operations, talk with Col. William B. McKannay, Commander of U.S. Army Garrison Fort Riley, at the inaugural law enforcement breakfast at Fort Riley, Kansas, Sept. 2.
1 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – From left, Eric Coffman, Geary County Sheriff, and Capt. Justin Stopper, Geary County Special Operations, talk with Col. William B. McKannay, Commander of U.S. Army Garrison Fort Riley, at the inaugural law enforcement breakfast at Fort Riley, Kansas, Sept. 2. (Photo Credit: Collen McGee) VIEW ORIGINAL
From left, Maj. Quenten Vereen, Maj. Jason Pavlik, and Chaplain (Capt.) Thomas Pope of the 97th Military Police Battalion speak with Maj. Oscar Ruiz, Assistance Chief of the Kansas State University Police Department at the inaugural law enforcement breakfast at Fort Riley, Kansas, Sept 2.
2 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – From left, Maj. Quenten Vereen, Maj. Jason Pavlik, and Chaplain (Capt.) Thomas Pope of the 97th Military Police Battalion speak with Maj. Oscar Ruiz, Assistance Chief of the Kansas State University Police Department at the inaugural law enforcement breakfast at Fort Riley, Kansas, Sept 2. (Photo Credit: Collen McGee) VIEW ORIGINAL

Lt. Col. Michael Thurman, Director of Fort Riley Directorate of Emergency Services, hosted the inaugural law enforcement breakfast at Fort Riley, Kansas, Sept. 2, 2021. The breakfast served as an open forum for the local law enforcement community to discuss crime trends, legislative impacts, and initiatives.

Maj. Gen. Douglas A. Sims, II, Commanding General of the 1st Infantry Division, and Col. William B. McKannay, Commander of U.S. Army Garrison Fort Riley, attended and participated in an open discussion with the group. Senior law enforcement officials across the community attended along with 1st Inf. Div. and Fort Riley soldiers.

The law enforcement breakfasts are scheduled to occur quarterly with the goal of enhancing community relationships and streamlining services.