Euclid Police Department

  • Agency: Euclid Police Department
  • Address: 545 E 222nd St., Euclid, 44123 OH
  • Chief: David Maine (Chief of Police)
Phone: 216-731-1234

Euclid Police Department is located at 545 E 222nd St., Euclid, 44123 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is David Maine. The Euclid Police Department phone number is 216-731-1234.

Euclid Police Department News

Stay warm & fuzzy! Come to Maria's Restaurant tomorrow A.M. for Coffee With A Cop!

Please vote for Frank!

Carbon monoxide...The invisible danger.

Our next Coffee With A Cop event will take place on Wednesday, January 17th at Maria's Family Restaurant, 22578 Lakeshore Blvd., Euclid, between 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Special thanks to Owner George Hasrouni for providing the free coffee and delicious pastries. Hope to see many of our Euclid residents there, as we listen to your concerns and answer your questions...One Cup At A Time!

Attention Euclid City Houses of Worship: Euclid Police Department will be hosting a training session / overview to help houses of worship from the City of Euclid in preparation for active threat response. The program will be held on Saturday, January 27th, at 10am at the Euclid Public Library. The presentation will be approximately be one hour long and give a brief overview of some possible concerns and options to deal with them along with some prevention ideas to help aid in prevention as much as possible. We will conclude with a question & answer period and a chance for community networking between organizations. If your house of worship would be interested in participating in this, please RSVP with Officer George Panagiotou by emailing him at

The EPD Citizens Police Academy that was scheduled to start in January has been canceled. Interested Euclid residents for a future class can enroll by completing an application found on the EPD website.

To all who follow us on Facebook...We wish you and your families a healthy and safe New Year. Thank you for your support. Remember to "See it...Hear It...Report it!"

Kudos to Kareem Hunt, Kansas City Chiefs running back and former Willoughby South HS grad for recognizing two Kansas City police officers.

Euclid Police are looking for assistance in a shooting investigation that occurred on December 17th, 2017 around 01:30 am. The shooting occurred at the Greenbriar Commons Apartment Complex located off Georgetown Rd. in Euclid. Police were called to the area for a report of shots fired early Sunday morning. Officers located evidence of a shooting on the complex property near a series of parking garages. Officers are asking for any assistance from the residents in reporting any suspicious activity or other information they can provide. Any information should be directed to the Euclid Police Detective Bureau at (216) 289-8505.

EPD spent a great day in the city sharing a bit more Christmas joy by bringing ham and gifts to several of our citizens. It was definitely a great time, but the best part of the day was seeing the joy in our good friend Malcolm's face when we brought him a few bags of toys to enjoy! Merry Christmas Malcolm! We'll see you soon!

EPD hosted COP-A-QUESTION at the Senior Center with Officer Ed Bonchak! Thanks to donations from Giant Eagle and our Euclid Police Athletic League (PAL) we were able to raffle off some free hams to boost the Christmas spirit!

A message from our friends at Cuyahoga County Safe Communities.

NO WEBCHECK 12/21/17 Webcheck fingerprinting will not be available this Thursday 12/21/17, but will reopen on Tuesday, December 26 from 9-11 a.m.

A message from our friends at Cuyahoga County Safe Communities

Noble Beach Club Neighborhood Association treated EPD Officers to lunch today! They provided a selection of food from Chili Peppers on E. 185 St. and Beach Club Pizza Bistro on Lake Shore. Noble Beach residents wanted to thank officers for the fine work they do and for attending their association meeting to discuss crime prevention in their neighborhood.

Police Wives of Ohio, an organization that provides support to Law Enforcement and their families throughout the state, has donated Officer Response Emergency Kits for Euclid Officers to use in critical situations. The kit includes a tourniquet and combat gauze.The EPD is grateful to received these needed supplies and thanks Kahla and Fran for delivering the kits to us.

Although it's not school bus safety week, the weather and darkness has prompted us to give everyone a heads up reference school bus safety. Thanks to our friends from Maryland who created this short but effective video.

Come join us at Dave's Supermarket on Wednesday, December 13th from 10:00 a.m. - noon for Coffee With A Cop.

To our EPD Facebook Friends...South Euclid Police have challenged us to a best beard contest. Take time to scroll through the pictures then like your favorite and leave a positive comment! Go Euclid PD!

The No-Shave November beards look great and EPD Officers are proud to have raised money for a local family of a law enforcement officer who was killed on duty. This family wishes to not be named. Here are some of the great beards and great guys of the Euclid Police Department!

#SantasInBlue visited Rising Star Academy in Euclid today to deliver toys to the students. The children couldn't wait to try them out and had to open their gifts while we were there. It was fun morning for all. Thank you Rising Star for letting us visit you today!