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Coffee with a Cop

Join your neighbors and police officers for coffee and conversation. No agenda or speeches, just a chance to ask questions, voice concerns, & get to know the officers in your neighborhood.

Coffee with a Cop

Check the event calendar to find upcoming events. We're also looking for businesses wanting to host Coffee with a Cop.

Stationhouse Report

Custody dispute, civil matter, lost property, tax return fraud or other non-investigative incidents may be submitted on a Stationhouse Report.

Stationhouse Report

There will be no police follow-up. Use Submit a Tip if police involvement is needed.

Citizen Police Academy

During the Euclid Citizens Police Academy, participants will meet personnel from the investigative bureaus to officers working the beats, & will learn about the department’s operational methods.

Citizen Police Academy

The academy class meets once a week for ten weeks. Those who graduate are eligible to join the ECPAAA.

Youth Programs

We are dedicated to educating our youngest residents about safety and reinforcing this throughout their educational years.

Youth Programs

Middle school students can join PAL or Junior Police Academy, while high school students can enroll in Explorers. Euclid Officers also give presentations for school assemblies or in individual classrooms.

Record Search

The Euclid Police Department provides copies of reports for public records requests.

Record Search

Criminal reports, motor vehicle accident reports, or statistics can be obtained by calling 216-289-8474, stopping into the police department in person, or using our online request form.

Crime Statistics

Crime statistics reports are computed monthly and show the current month and year...

Crime Statistics

...As well as the previous month and year. The reports include itemized crime offenses, personnel totals, and juvenile diversion. A weekly crime blotter is also available.

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  • If you have never attended a "Coffee With A Cop" event, there are two opportunities in May. The first one is Thursday, May 7th, 9:30 - 10:30 A.M. at Adam's Place, 681 East 200th Street. The second one is Thursday, May 21st, 6:30 - 8:00 P.M. at the Euclid Animal Shelter. Why should I attend a "Coffee With A Cop" event you ask?

    Coffee with a Cop works because it’s simple. Coffee with a Cop creates an atmosphere that facilitates communication by breaking down the traditional barriers that so often exist between police officers and the citizen’s that they serve.

    Coffee with a Cop provides a relaxed, neutral atmosphere with no speeches, no agenda and no preset subjects. It allows a citizen to sit down, 1 on 1 with an officer who works in the community that they live, discuss whatever concerns it is that is important to them. The conversation is intimate and personal, important to the citizen and equally to the officer speaking with them.

    Coffee with a Cop provides a “face” for both the officer and the citizen to get to know each other and form a working trust by understanding the mutual goals they both have, a better community. Coffee with a Cop provides “distraction free” time with an officer, no pending radio calls or cell phones going off, just good communication.

    If you have never attended a "Coffee With A Cop" event, there are two opportunities in May. The first one is Thursday, May 7th, 9:30 - 10:30 A.M. at Adam's Place, 681 East 200th Street. The second one is Thursday, May 21st, 6:30 - 8:00 P.M. at the Euclid Animal Shelter. Why should I attend a "Coffee With A Cop" event you ask?    

Coffee with a Cop works because it’s simple. Coffee with a Cop creates an atmosphere that facilitates communication by breaking down the traditional barriers that so often exist between police officers and the citizen’s that they serve.

Coffee with a Cop provides a relaxed, neutral atmosphere with no speeches, no agenda and no preset subjects. It  allows a citizen to sit down, 1 on 1 with an officer who works in the community that they live, discuss whatever concerns it is that is important to them. The conversation is intimate and personal, important to the citizen and equally to the officer speaking with them.          

Coffee with a Cop provides a “face” for both the officer and the citizen to get to know each other and form a working trust by understanding the mutual goals they both have, a better community. Coffee with a Cop provides “distraction free” time with an officer, no pending radio calls or cell phones going off, just good communication.

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545 East 222nd Street Euclid, Ohio 44123 Non-Emergency: 216-731-1234