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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.
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The Senior Center received a real treat when Chagrin Valley Dispatch 9-1-1 Emergency Dispatcher, "KC" (Karen Cassese) grabbed the microphone during our "Cop-A-Question" program. KC answered their many questions and entertained them with her various stories which she has collected over the past 22 years. As you can see, she also made a few friends along the way! #911EmergencyDispatchers
Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) Wednesday, April 4th 6:45 p.m. Shore Room The Euclid Police Department will provide information through a one-hour presentation on what civilians should do if faced with an active shooter threat. Disaster response psychology and human stress response will be covered along with the survival strategy of Avoid, Deny, and Defend. This presentation is for adult participants only and contains some real-life materials such as audio and video that some may find disturbing. The presentation will be given by Kate McLaughlin who has been certified in CRASE through ALERRT (Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training) and Ed Bonchak. Questions may be directed to the Community Policing Unit at 289-8449.
Euclid Family YMCA Coffee with a Cop
Thank you to Chef Dan and the Euclid High School Culinary Program for providing a delicious lunch for our Cuyahoga County Safe Communities monthly meeting.
Our next Coffee With A Cop... When: Tuesday, March 20th Where: Euclid Y.M.C.A. Time: 9:00 - 11:00 A.M. Who: You...The good citizens of Euclid, The Y.M.C.A. staff and The Officers of the Euclid Police Department Why: To answer your questions and listen to your concerns...One sip at a time!
The Euclid Police Department is proud to join several Cuyahoga County agencies in the Safe Passages Initiative. Partnered with the ADAHMS Board of Cuyahoga County (Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services), EPD as well as surrounding police agencies are focused on reducing the opiate crisis by connecting addicts with treatment. To help reduce the number of opiate overdoses in Cuyahoga County, we are changing the way we handle residents who request help with their addiction. Addicts can come to the EPD from Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m., for a referral or placement into the proper treatment program without fear of arrest. For more details on this new and innovative initiative, follow the link http://euclidpd.org/safe-passages-at-epd/
We had a fantastic night for PAL Basketball on Friday! We brought two worlds together and two sports for great life lessons and tons of fun! Shout out to NRHSMS for your time invested in our future! #PeopleUnited #Future 🏀⚽️👏🏽💪🏿
This is no game of red light -green light, if you can't see the green light in the traffic signal, you need to treat the intersection as a stop. Do not drive through snow covered traffic signals if you cannot clearly see the green color indicating you can go.
Save The Dates: Junior Police Academy - June 11 - 15 & Safety Town - July 9 - 13. Applications will follow soon!
Two juvenile miscreants were apprehended thanks to an alert neighbor on E 218 Street south of Lake Shore Boulevard who called Euclid Police when the pair were observed entering the property of a vacant home. An officer arrived to see the two flee the detached garage and head east bound towards E. 222nd Street. As the officer gave chase and alerted patrol to the direction of travel and description of suspects, other officers responding were able to thwart their escape and apprehend them. Charges are pending. Good job to the alert neighbor who immediately called 216-731-1234 when suspicious activity was seen. This is neighborhood block watch in action!
Congratulations Ed Bonchak for 25 years of service as the Euclid Police Department D.A.R.E. Officer. Ed was recognized at the Euclid City Council meeting for this achievement which is held by only 5 officers in the entire State of Ohio. Launched in 1983, D.A.R.E. is a comprehensive K-12 education program taught in thousands of schools in America and 52 other countries. D.A.R.E. curricula addresses drugs, violence, bullying, internet safety, and other high risk circumstances that today are too often a part of students’ lives.
Thank you to all who participated in our most recent Coffee With A Cop event at Gateway Manor. Many of the concerns that our attendees were vocal about centered around unruly juveniles, what to do should they observe drugs being bought and sold in their neighborhood, and guns, in particular clarifying the carry/conceal law and Ohio's Castle Doctrine. Kudos to Chief Scott Meyer, Capt. Scott Roller, Sgt. Mike Walsh, Patrol Officer Hunter Kovach and Community Policing Specialist, Kate McLaughlin for answering their questions and addressing their safety concerns. Special thanks goes out to Community Liaison for Gateway Healthcare, Jessica Orlic who provided the venue and refreshments.
Webcheck fingerprinting service will not be available next Tuesday, February 27th. Wednesday 9-11 a.m. and Thursday 6-9 p.m. will still be available next week.
Here is a second video regarding the theft from auto on Lindbergh Avenue February 12, 2018.
On February 12 at 5:38 a.m. on Lindbergh Avenue this brazen thief entered an unlocked car and stole some loose change. The victim had security cameras that captured him in action. If you can identify this person, please contact Euclid Police at 216-731-1234 and reference report number 18-00840.
Valentine Violation Yesterday, two women leaving a downtown Euclid shopping center parking lot were startled by another driver who quickly pulled into the spot next to them making it difficult to exit. When the pair explained to the driver that her vehicle was too close, the woman pointed a small black revolver directly at them and threatened to kill them. The victims immediately drove out of the lot and parked safely nearby to call Euclid Police. The victims gave a thorough description of the woman and the gun she had brandished. Officers arrived to question the suspect who had continued her shopping excursion. The suspect was charged with Aggravated Menacing, and the gun and CCW license were seized. The agency that issued the CCW license was notified with a request to revoke it. Kudos to the victims who did the right thing by leaving quickly, finding a safe location, calling police and giving a thorough description of the woman, the firearm and the incident details. Euclid Officers continue to make our city streets safer.
Our next Coffee With A Cop event will take place at Gateway Manor, 4 Gateway Dr., Euclid. Save the date...Thursday, February 15th, 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m., as we answer your questions and listen to your concerns...One Sip At A Time! Coffee with a Cop
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families, friends and fellow officers of the Westerville Police Department, who lost two of their brothers in the line of duty. May they Rest In Peace.
From our friends at Lakewood Police Department.
Euclid Officers were recognized for their life-saving efforts by Phillip Morris of The Plain Dealer.
Thank you to the following Euclid restaurant/bar establishments for supporting our Cuyahoga County Safe Communities Super Bowl Safe Rides initiative... Horvat's Pub Irie Jamaican Kitchen Panini's Bar & Grill Paragon Wine bar Kristy's Tavern Paddy's Pour House Cebar's Tavern A special shout out to "Buster" the dog from Cebar's and "Sally" the swordfish from Kristy's for participating.
Greetings Facebook friends! It's "Throwback Thursday" and look what I found in the achives...Can any of you guess who the Euclid PD officer is who initiated our Third Grade Seatbelt Safety Program, sponored by the Ohio Department Of Public Safety?
Great time this morning at @SRWSchool with their 3rd graders talking about Police & Detectives! Good questions & participation! Looking forward to the next visit!