First Responders Night

Need a gift idea for that hard-to-buy-for person on your list? Take them to a game! A portion of the ticket cost will go directly to Euclid Police Athletic League, to support youth programming in Euclid. Watch the CSU Vikings take on Youngstown State at Quicken Loans arena, Sunday, January 24th @ 1:00pm. Tickets are only $8 each for Arena … Read More

Sgt. Joel Barron Receives Award

Congratulations to Sergeant Joel Barron!  Sgt. Barron received the Living Works Community Excellence Award from the Northern Ohio Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.  Sgt. Barron was being recognized for his efforts to train Euclid Police Department Officers in suicide-safe response.   Pictures from right to left are: Jane Lewins, Sgt. Barron, Bill McGovern, Andrea McGovern, and the McGovern’s … Read More

R.A.D. Self Defense for Women

R.A.D. November 30, December 2, 7, 9: 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. at Euclid Public Library All women and girls, ages 12 and up, are welcome to attend this 12 hour class on self-defense designed specifically for women. Euclid Police officer Jennifer Kroczak, licensed by the National Academy of Defense Education, teaches this class. No experience is necessary and no expectation of skill … Read More

EPD Receives Agency of the Year

The Euclid Police Department received Agency of the Year from the Safe Kids/Safe Communities Coalition.  EPD received three other awards including: Social Media, Bicycle Safety, and DUI Reduction.  These awards are given to law enforcement and safety agencies in the Northeaster Ohio whose programs and social media help promote a message of safety.

National Night Out 8/4

Join Euclid Police and other Euclid organizations for a night out against crime.  Join us Tuesday, August 4th at Memorial Pool from 5 – 8 p.m. for conversation with neighbors and police officers.  Enjoy a free hot dog!  A limited number of Euclid residents will be able to swim for free!

Bike Patrol at Sims Concert

Sergeant Joel Barron and Sergeant Mike Walsh were on bike patrol for the Sims Park Concert on Thursday, July 30th.  They peddled throughout the park meeting residents while getting some good exercise.   Captain Scott Meyer, Officer Josh MacDonald, and Officer Casey Kleckner with K-9 Rocky were also present for the event.  Our K-9 volunteers were on hand to sell t-shirts which is … Read More

K-9 Chase Receives Vest

Euclid Police Department’s K9 Chase has received a bullet and stab proof vest The Euclid Police Department’s K9 Chase has received a ballistic vest thanks to a non profit organization, Vested Interest in K9s, Inc., and Deanna Bleckrie, Tucson, AZ resident provided $1900.00 for the vests. The 2nd vest has been awarded to Owingsville Police Department, KY K9 Searcy. The … Read More

Junior Police Graduates

Congratulations to the 2015 Junior Police Academy graduates!  The group is seen here with the BCI mobile lab and Ed Bonchak.

Torch Run 2015

Members of the Euclid Police Department and their friends and family participated in the 2015 annual Special Olympics Torch Run.

Soldiers of the Soil

Euclid youth performing community service have their own garden bed in the Memorial Park Community Garden. Under the guidance and supervision of a master gardener, biology teacher, and diversion administrator, the youth will prepare the gardens and plant vegetables and flowers. The youth will harvest the produce which will be donated to the Euclid Hunger Center, and the flowers will … Read More

Safety Town Enrollment Open

Are you a Euclid resident who has a youngster attending kindergarten in the Fall? Sign up for Safety Town. Applications can be printed out online at or found at the following locations: Euclid PD The Euclid Public Library Euclid City Hall The Euclid Police Mini-Station Safety Town this year will be held at The Euclid Early Learning Center, July … Read More

Community Policing Receives Blue Stone Award

Euclid Police Department’s Community Policing Unit was presented with the Euclid Chamber of Commerce Blue Stone Award for the many programs Community Policing offers improving the quality of life in Euclid. Pictured from L-R: Chief Thomas Brickman, Officer Jennifer Kroczak, Community Policing Specialist Kate McLaughlin, School Resource Officer Steve Shubert, Captain James Savage, and Community Education Specialist Ed Bonchak. Captain … Read More

CMHA Gives Presentation

The Euclid Public Library Lake Room had a group of attentive residents to listen to Sergeant Greg Drew and Detective Larry Jones from Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority who presented information on how their unit works to eliminate fraud from the Housing Choice Voucher Program.   There are approximately 16,000 recipients of subsidized vouchers in Cuyahoga County, and 2,000 of these recipients … Read More

Junior Police Academy Enrollment Closed

Applications are no longer being accepted for Junior Police Academy.  Please inquire next year.  Thank you.   The Junior Police Academy is open to all middle school students who reside in the city of Euclid. The cadets will report to the Euclid Police Department :  June 15th – June 19th 9:00 a.m.—3:00 p.m. each day Cost is $10.00, cash only … Read More

Auxiliary Officers Take Oath

On Monday, March 2nd Mayor Bill Cervenik swore in six new auxiliary police officers at the Euclid City Council meeting.  These candidates join a group of dedicated volunteers in the Euclid Auxiliary Police Unit.  The Auxiliary Police Unit was established to provide additional manpower for the Euclid Police Department in areas of crowd control and traffic control. After training, these … Read More