Soldiers of the Soil

Euclid youth performing community service have their own garden bed in the Memorial Park Community Garden. Under the guidance and supervision of a master gardener, biology teacher, and diversion administrator, the youth will prepare the gardens and plant vegetables and flowers. The youth will harvest the produce which will be donated to the Euclid Hunger Center, and the flowers will … Read More

Safety Town Enrollment Open

Are you a Euclid resident who has a youngster attending kindergarten in the Fall? Sign up for Safety Town. Applications can be printed out online at or found at the following locations: Euclid PD The Euclid Public Library Euclid City Hall The Euclid Police Mini-Station Safety Town this year will be held at The Euclid Early Learning Center, July … Read More

Community Policing Receives Blue Stone Award

Euclid Police Department’s Community Policing Unit was presented with the Euclid Chamber of Commerce Blue Stone Award for the many programs Community Policing offers improving the quality of life in Euclid. Pictured from L-R: Chief Thomas Brickman, Officer Jennifer Kroczak, Community Policing Specialist Kate McLaughlin, School Resource Officer Steve Shubert, Captain James Savage, and Community Education Specialist Ed Bonchak. Captain … Read More

CMHA Gives Presentation

The Euclid Public Library Lake Room had a group of attentive residents to listen to Sergeant Greg Drew and Detective Larry Jones from Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority who presented information on how their unit works to eliminate fraud from the Housing Choice Voucher Program.   There are approximately 16,000 recipients of subsidized vouchers in Cuyahoga County, and 2,000 of these recipients … Read More

Junior Police Academy Enrollment Closed

Applications are no longer being accepted for Junior Police Academy.  Please inquire next year.  Thank you.   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 :  June 15th – June 19th 9:00 a.m.—3:00 p.m. each day Cost is $10.00, cash only … Read More

Auxiliary Officers Take Oath

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

Officer Ivaskovic Accepts Checkpoint Awards

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

Cold Winter Morning

With morning temperatures hovering below 10 degrees, Euclid officers brave the cold and hit the road!

Coffee with a Cop

Residents were greeted by Euclid Officers at Dave’s Supermarket for Coffee with a Cop.  Twice a month Euclid Police visit a local restaurant or business to  meet and talk with residents about any concerns they have or to discuss the latest crime prevention information.  Check our event calendar for the next Coffee with a Cop date and location.

Officers Promoted

Three promoted Euclid police officers were honored at the Jan. 20 city council meeting. Longtime members Dave Williams, Tim Verh and Kevin Kelly were joined by their families as Police Chief Tom Brickman swore them into their new positions. “The officers being promoted worked extremely hard to achieve the promotions,” Brickman said. “The promotional preparation process is absolutely grueling, those … Read More

K-9 Rocky

On Saturday, November 2nd at 1:30 p.m., a concerned resident of E. 246th Street called in suspicious activity of a male wearing a black hoodie entering the side door of a vacant house. Officers arrived on scene and commanded those inside to evacuate, which resulted in seven juveniles exiting the home. The K-9 Unit was called in to check for … Read More

Second Annual Cocoa with a Cop

2nd Annual, “Cocoa With A Cop” on Tuesday, October 28th, 6:30 – 8:00 P.M. at the Lake Shore Coffee House in Euclid. Bring the kids and grandkids to meet our K-9 Officer, have your picture taken with Safety Pup, play the Halloween Safety Game for prizes, free Trick-Or-Treat bags for the kids and of course don’t forget the complimentary cup … Read More