Starbucks Employee Asked Tempe Police To Leave Store


It’s happened once again. The complete lack of respect for uniform, on duty police officers these days is mind boggling. This time it’s a Starbucks in Tempe, AZ where on the Fourth Of July an employee asked several Tempe Police Officers to leave the establishment or get out of sight because a customer complained they “did not feel safe” with the police present.

“This treatment of public safety workers could not be more disheartening. While the barista was polite, making such a request at all was offensive. Unfortunately, such treatment has become all too common in 2019.” Tempe Officer Association Statement.

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2 thoughts on “Starbucks Employee Asked Tempe Police To Leave Store

  1. I used to have Starbucks beans delivered to my home long before there was Starbucks on every corner. Due to their policies in recent years, I do not even stop when I am traveling. They need to learn that offend goes in more than one direction. I have, in the past, been offended by both customers and employee behavior, language. I get my coffee and leave. It is not within my power to control their offensive behavior. Evidently Starbucks has given that power to whom they perceive to have the appropriate ideology.

  2. Seriously…..they asked these veterans/ police officers to leave the store because they felt uncomfortable…..but who will they call when a customer comes in with a gun…..stupid people…maybe they can call Colin kaperjack…lolol…be safe officers MOST of us support you…but the snowflakes will never melt…😏😏😏😏idiots

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