Mocktail

The 21st annual Mocktail Party and Safe Kids Benefit will be virtual this year and we are excited to announce the online raffle and auction are now LIVE! You can bid on items, purchase raffle tickets, and make donations at http://bidpal.net/mocktailparty2020. The first thing you’ll need to do is create a OneCause account. You can choose to enter credit card … Read More

Report Fraud to FTC

The Federal Trade Commission launched ReportFraud.ftc.gov, a new website that makes it easy for people to report fraud, scams, and bad business practices. (The site is also available in Spanish at ReporteFraude.ftc.gov.)

Secure Your Handgun

Euclid Police Department respects the 2nd Amendment right to keep and bear arms. However, when not in immediate possession, the weapon must be stored securely and responsibly.  Properly storing firearms is a responsibility every gun owner should take seriously.  Leaving a handgun inside a dresser drawer or closet is not safe or secure, and storing handguns inside the glovebox or … Read More

Safety Town Online

Because of the pandemic many in-person police programs had to be canceled. However, Euclid Police have created a Safety Town Online program that any parent, grandparent or caregiver can do with the child. Safety Town is designed for children who are entering Kindergarten. Students learn The Pledge of Allegiance and 10 safety lessons in this program, and get a certificate … Read More

Books with Badges

Community Policing Specialist and Crime Analyst Kate McLaughlin reads On Sally Perry’s Farm for Books with Badges. There’s a surprise ending…what do you think it is?

Lateral Job Application

POLICE OFFICER LATERAL ENTRY CITY OF EUCLID The City of Euclid Police Department is accepting applications and resumes for the position of police officer, lateral entry, with a salary range of $67,221 – $71,000 (including proficiency bonus and uniform allowance not included in base salary), plus excellent benefits and 16 paid holidays. Base salary does not include longevity bonus (2.5% … Read More

Books with Badges

Today’s Books with Badges episode features Sgt. Will Brooks reading Police Hurrying! Helping! Saving! Both his sound effects and commentary make the story delightful!

Books with Badges

Our next edition of “Books with Badges” Officer Don Ivory #19 reads “Just Going to the Dentist”.

Books with Badges

Today’s edition of “Books with Badges” is with Officer Steve Shubert who reads “Growing Up Buckeye”. We hope you all enjoy! Please make sure to like and subscribe to our YouTube channel as well!

Books with Badges

Today’s edition of “Books with Badges” is with Officer Erica Rodriguez who reads “Keeping You Safe!” We hope you all enjoy! Please make sure to like and subscribe to our YouTube channel as well!

Germ Facts for Kids

Link: Germ Facts for Kids Looking for something interesting to do with your children while at home? Check out the Germ Facts for Kids to help explain what germs are and what they do! Click on the link above entitled Germ Facts for Kids!

Bars and Restaurants Message

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

Message from Chief Scott Meyer

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

Officer Malone Receives Thank You

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