SANTA DRESSED IN BLUE TODAY This year, the Euclid Police were gifted toys to provide to our community. We asked our residents to donate holiday bags, and we began the giant task of organizing and bagging the toys. On December 6th we loaded up our sleighs and stopped by several Euclid daycare centers and preschools.#SantasInBlue handed out the toys individually to the very … Read More
It’s not the Powerball but Euclid Police, along with Beachwood and University Hts., were the lucky winners of a patrol pack, a duffle bag filled with items officers might need on the road. At this H&R Block presentation we learned about the increase in IRS tax identity theft and how to advise victims of the process in correcting the situation. … Read More
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
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.
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
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
On Tuesday, January 27, more than 150 law enforcement officers and public safety professionals joined together at LaCentre in Westlake to recognize and thank the law enforcement agencies and officers who work tirelessly throughout the year to keep our roadways safe. The 41 police departments who form the Cuyahoga County DUI/Reckless Driving Reduction Task Force work together throughout the year … Read More