Drive Sober Initiative

Euclid’s newest police officers spent August 2nd with Community Policing Specialist Kate McLaughlin learning about the EPD Community Policing Unit and all our safety initiatives. August begins Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over, so we visited Dunkin Donuts, Dave’s Market, and Wendy’s to meet the managers and to cover parking lot bollards with don’t drink and drive messaging. They have … Read More

Silver & Gold Award

Officer Trevor Thomas and Officer George Harper were awarded the Silver and Gold Award for entering a burning home to rescue an elderly wife and husband.

Skating with First Responders

Join us on Saturday December 10 from 2-4 pm at Euclid’s CE Orr Ice Arena on Milton Drive. Euclid Recreation is offering free skate rental and free admission! Richmond Hts. Police, Euclid Police, and Euclid Fire will be skating!

Classic Crossover

Euclid PAL is looking for non-profits and for-profits to host a table to promote their services at the event on Saturday 9/10/22 at 2pm. For any private business wishing to host a table we would ask for a minimum $100 donation to support the Tournament and be featured as a sponsor for the event. If non-profits are interested in sponsoring … Read More

EPD Selected for K-9

The Euclid Police Department is extremely honored and grateful to the A. Ripepi and Sons Funeral Home and the SRT K9 Unit for selecting us to receive the Danny Ripepi Memorial Concert K9 Grant! This grant could not have come at a more important time as we were forced to retire K9 Chase for medical reasons last week. We are … Read More

Battle of the Badges

Tickets are sold out for the Greater Cleveland Police vs Fire Hockey Game at C.E. Orr Ice Arena on Saturday, March 12 at 1:30 p.m. This community event helps some local non-profit organizations. Max Carter Fund Brady’s K-9 Lake Erie Panther Hockey Club

Roller Skating Event

Join Richmond Heights, Euclid and Wickliffe Police for roller skating at United Skates of America on Sunday, February 27, 2022 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free admission and free skate rental!

Euclid Police Rescue Baby

On Friday, August 13 at 12:18 p.m. the temperature was 86 degrees outside. A mother loading her vehicle accidentally locked her keys inside the car with her baby strapped into her car seat in the back. At 10 minutes an 86 degree temperature can reach 104 degrees inside a car. The mother called Euclid Police who responded and rescued the … 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?

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

Response to Resistance

Take the EPD Firearm Safety and Use of Force Test: [bsk-pdf-manager-pdf id=”334″] 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 … Read More

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 … Read More

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.