Officer Dan Ferritto reads Arthur’s Chicken Pox.
On March 15th, Governor Mike DeWine announced that the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) had issued a Director’s Order that closed all Ohio bars and restaurants to in-house patrons. This extreme measure was taken in the best interests of the health and safety of Ohioans. Obviously, there will be serious and immediate financial consequences for owners and employees of these establishments. I … Read More
The men and women of the Euclid Police Department work hard every day to ensure the safety and security of the city. That isn’t going to change as we are faced with the challenges of Covid-19. As we deal with this unprecedented challenge, we must make some temporary changes to our daily operations. Effective immediately, we are implementing the following … Read More
On February 7th a contractor doing maintenance work at the East Shore Methodist Church in Euclid had his pick-up truck stolen with tools inside. About four hours later in the day, Officer Malone, who had taken the initial report, responded to a suspicious call of a juvenile trying to sell a work truck. Although the suspect was gone, Officer Malone … Read More
All persons and businesses can attend the Ohio Crime Prevention Association Conference and you can elect to join this great crime prevention organization. EPD is a member! Kate McLaughlin will be speaking on Community Engagement at this year’s conference. Click on the link below for the flyer. OCPA Conference Flyer
The City of Euclid Police Department will conduct an entrance examination for the position of Police Officer on December 8, 2019. Testing will be conducted by Cuyahoga Community College at their Western Campus Public Safety Training Center, 11000 Pleasant Valley Rd., in Parma Heights. Applicants must contact Carrie Havens at 216-987-3033 to register for the test. Sign-in will begin at … Read More