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Response to Resistance

Take the EPD Firearm Safety and Use of Force Test:  Euclid Police Department keeps statistics on incidents where suspects’ behaviors require officers to respond with force. Since January 1, 2016 Euclid officers have responded to 117,733 calls for service and used force to overcome resistance in 402 of those incidents. This amounts to 1 out of every 292 police interactions …

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EPD Statement Sept. 4, 2018

September 4th, 2018 On August 27th, 2018, Mr. Grant Grier Jr. was arrested by members of the Euclid Police Department on Lake Shore Blvd. near the Euclid Hospital.  Grant was arrested and charged with traffic violations. In connection with the arrest, on September 3rd, Cassandra McDonald acting under the auspices of the “Euclid NAACP” arranged for a press conference on …

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Community Fair

Community Fair is Saturday, September 8th at 22639 Euclid Avenue from noon until 4:00 p.m.  Resources from the following organizations will be there. Euclid Hunger Center, The Cleveland Food Bank, Euclid Hospital, NEON Dental, Moore Counseling, Euclid Police, AIDS Task Force, Euclid City Schools, Bright Beginnings, Euclid Fire Department and more.

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National Night Out

Euclid Police Department’s National Night Out Tuesday, August 7, 2018 5:00—8:00 p.m. Location: E. 276 Street & Sidney Dr. Pavilion Hot Dog Dinner Provided Music and Activities for the Entire Family! All Euclid Residents are Welcome!

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CRASE for Euclid Businesses

Wednesday, July 25 10-11:30 a.m. Lincoln Electric Welding & Technology Center 22800 St. Clair Avenue, Euclid  Active shooter incidents are on the rise and statistic show business communities, not just schools, are at risk. This presentation can be helpful to business owners, human resource managers, supervisors, security personnel, employees or anyone interested in learning more about active shooter situations. Information …

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EPD Wins CP Award

Congratulations to EPD’s Kate McLaughlin who was awarded Crime Prevention Specialist of the Year in the State of Ohio by the Ohio Crime Prevention Association. Kate was recognized for her crime prevention work that includes analyzing Euclid businesses utilizing CPTED (Crime Prevention through Environmental Design), organizing neighborhood block watch, using a variety of social media platforms, producing Ed-U-Kate videos, working …

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Junior Police Academy 2018

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 FROM JUNE 11TH — 15TH, 9:00 A.M.—3:00 P.M. EACH DAY. THE COST IS $10.00 WHICH INCLUDES A JPA T-SHIRT AND PAL MEMBERSHIP DUES. APPLICATIONS CAN BE PRINTED OUT ONLINE BY GOING TO THE …

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PAL Basketball

6th and 7th grade students in Euclid can come to PAL basketball open gym on Fridays at Central Middle School. It runs from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. To join in on the fun, students must become PAL members which is only a one-time fee of $5. Contact Officer George Panagiotou at gpanagiotou@euclidpd.org for more details.

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Block Watch Training

Euclid Residents interested in starting neighborhood block watch on their street can attend the FREE training on Wednesday, February 28, 7:00 p.m. at Euclid Public Library. The training takes only one hour and includes how to start and maintain your group, communicating with dispatch, and general EPD information. Contact Community Policing Unit at 216-289-8449 if you need more information.

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Mocktail Fundraiser

Mocktail 2017 flyer Join Euclid Police on Thursday, November 30th, 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. at the Doubletree Hilton Cleveland East, 2663 Park East Blvd. in Beachwood.  Your ticket includes dinner, entertainment, and sampling 10 different non-alcoholic beverages from local law enforcement who dress up and decorated their tables.  Lots of fun and is the primary fundraiser  for Safe Kids Greater Cleveland Coalition.   Call …

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Cool off with Cool Officers

Cool off with Euclid Police Officers for 50 cents ice cream cones at the Lakeshore Coffee House, 22032 Lake Shore Blvd., on Thursday, August 3, from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.  Other treats will be 50 cents off during that time.