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

At 4:11 a.m. this morning in the 400 block of E. 222 Street, an alert resident noticed a motion sensor light turn on and observed two men who were wearing masks or bandanas over their faces standing in the backyard. The resident immediately called 9-1-1. Several officers arrived as both suspects ran through yards and jumped over fences. Two officers apprehended one suspect, an 18 year old Cleveland resident, on Bruce Avenue. The other suspect, a 19 year old Euclid resident, was apprehended shortly after near C.E. Orr Ice Arena. Both suspects were cited for criminal trespass and obstructing official business. Kudos to the quick-thinking resident who called 9-1-1 and may have thwarted a possible burglary or auto theft. Good job to the Euclid Officers who responded so quickly and arrested these masked morning marauders!

Officer George is the real deal! I work with him in the Community Policing Unit of the Euclid Police Department. He is passionate about the safety and well being of the kids in our city. He wears his heart on his sleeve. Kudos to you my friend. Well deserved!

Caught in the act! No, Captain Kelly is not a purse snatcher, he’s a purse holder. A councilwoman attending the Shoreview Soctober event took advantage of the safest place to leave her purse while she took photos. Captain Kelly, being ever an officer and a gentleman, obliged. So, why the big scowl?

Congratulation Officer George Panagiotou who was recognized today at Shoreview Elementary School for the kindness and compassion he shows the students. Today was a Shoreview celebration for collecting over 500 pairs of socks for Socktober, and the school used this day to surprised Officer Panagiotou. Stacey Jackson, Renee Carbone, and Sandra Weber used a photo taken by a Jah'lante Bennett Sr. which shows George and Jah'lante Bennet Jr. hugging before school. This photo was shared on social media and truly shows that this is the spirit of Euclid. The picture was framed and presented to George and to Jah'lante. The story should show on FOX 8 today at 4:00 p.m.

Congratulations to our Facebook friend, Lori Malippa Ranieri whose caption: "Whatta you mean I look HARE-larious?" has been selected as the recipient of the coffee mug. Thank you to all who participated in our Howl at The Hall caption contest.Lori may pick up her coffee mug at the Euclid Police Department's front window.

Be an UPstander not a BYstander. See something say something!

Hey Facebook friends care for some Halloween fun? How about a good old fashion caption contest. Euclid Police Department participated in Howl at the Hall today and EPD was there to distribute candy. What's going on here? Best comment wins an EPD coffee mug!

Today was Howl at the Hall where Euclid preschools came to Euclid City Hall to Trick or Treat and EPD was there. Thanks to Cuyahoga County Safe Communities who provided the bags.

National Teen Driver Safety Week is October 15-21, 2017. Cuyahoga County Safe Communities along with the Euclid Police Department encourage parents of teen drivers to share this life saving information with their friends and family.

Support the Euclid Police Department's D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) Program by bringing the family to our Red Ribbon Week skating party held at the United Skates of America Wickliffe. The event takes place this Monday, October 23rd, from 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Euclid Police will be handing out red ribbons to children and their families, facilitating a Red Ribbon Week coloring contest and giving away Red Ribbon Week gear. Admission is only $2.00 and our D.A.R.E. Program receives $1.00 for every paid admission. For information why we support Red Ribbon Week click the attached link.

National Teen Driver Safety Week is October 15-21, 2017. Cuyahoga County Safe Communities along with the Euclid Police Department encourage parents of teen drivers to share this life saving information with their friends and family.

On October 16, 2017 at approximately 12:30 pm, an unknown party stole a landscaping truck and trailer from the area of Lloyd Rd. and Lake Shore Blvd. in Euclid. The truck was located in Cleveland off of Lake Shore just west of E. 185 St. The suspect is seen unloading equipment from the stolen truck and loading it into a green or blue Chevy pick up before driving away. The suspect appears to be a white male. The suspect's truck is pictured here. Anyone with information on the truck is asked to call the Euclid Detective Bureau at (216) 289-8505.

Euclid police officers present Tony with a new bike after he became the victim of a bike theft. Tony thanked the officers and shared with them his desire to one day become a police officer.

We Heard You Euclid...Our next Coffee With A Cop will be on Wednesday, November 1st, from 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. at the Euclid Public Library. This special nighttime edition titled: Keeping our Kids Safe, will have Christopher J. Minek, CECOMS Operations Supervisor speaking on the Amber Alert system, as well as members of Cuyahoga County Safe Communities who will provide handout materials from their many special safety initiatives. For more information contact EPD's Education Specialist, Ed Bonchak at (216) 289-8667.

National Teen Driver Safety Week is October 15-21, 2017. Cuyahoga County Safe Communities along with the Euclid Police Department encourage parents of teen drivers to share this life saving information with their friends and family.

Thank you to Ptl. Tom Coyne who spoke to our lunch time participants today at the Euclid Senior Center . Officer Coyne broke down the differences between a theft, a burglary and a robbery. A special thanks also goes out to Wojtila's Bakery who sponsors our monthly, Cop-A-Question program.

A huge shout out out to Sonny and his staff at Dunkin' Donuts in Euclid for hosting our October, Coffee with a Cop.

Euclid Ordinance 571.15 explains that a person cannot brandish a replica firearm in a threatening manner that makes a person believe it is an operable firearm. Kudos to the citizen who called in a male riding a bicycle in the area of Priday Ave. and E. 200 Street who pulled a firearm out of his waistband (turned out to be a Bear River BB gun as pictured here). Officers located the suspect, a juvenile, who admitted to possessing the BB gun. He was charged with brandishing. Parents and family members need to educate young people about ordinance 571.15 and explain the seriousness of possessing and brandishing a BB gun. Also, replica firearms may not be fired anywhere in the city (Ordinance 571.10).

Students at Bluestone Elementary School are greeted by Euclid Officer George Panagiotou and Education Specialist, Ed Bonchak as they arrive to school. Thank you to Cuyahoga County Safe Communities for providing the stickers and safety signs for the event.

The Mormile Agency, Inc., a Farmer's Insurance Company, presented Officer Paul Doyle, Office Tom Coyne, and Officer Matthew Rhodes the "Thank Our Local Heroes" award for their actions within the community while on and off duty. The Mormile Agency brought lunch for Patrol to enjoy.

An alert resident called police when two men were observed looking into vehicles on Lake Edge Drive early this morning. A 32 year old male from Cleveland was detained immediately and a 17 year old male form Euclid was quickly apprehended when he fled the scene on foot. Stolen property was found and a victim identified. Both suspects were placed under arrest. Great job to the officers, and equally to the resident who called in the suspicious activity.