The Cleveland Police Foundation in Partnership With the Ohio Crime Prevention Association Presents the ” Tip of the Week”
What happens when you dial 9-1-1
What happens when you dial 9-1-1
With the help of Captain Keith Sulzer and Cops For Kids, we were able to provide Tyler with a brand new mountain bike that was delivered to him
The Cleveland Police Foundation and Community Policing sponsored another Cops for Kids Fishing Day at Rockefeller Lagoon in the 3rd District
After boarding, the Captain decided to yield to the 3 to 4 foot waves that were breaking and decided to keep the boat inside the breakwall but the kids, and Officers still managed to catch a few fish, and enjoyed a guided tour of the city from the boat.
An important responsibility of Neighborhood Block Watch participants is to report anything suspicious to the police. And here are a few things to look for:
The machines were donated by Julio Santiago of DBA Santiago Brothers Trucking & Demolition, and were delivered to Cudell Recreation by members of All Scrap Salvage.
” Splash on Britt Oval” was celebrated to an enthusiastic crowd of kids, and adults. Also on hand were officers from The Cleveland Division of Police Fourth District who interacted with the kids in numerous activities, and all enjoyed the music provided by Dee Jay Doc and the Fresh Camp.
The Cleveland Police Foundation is looking for volunteers to handout promotional materials for the Support Greater Cleveland campaign
The City of Cleveland, Division of Police, in partnership with Saint Luke’s Foundation and the Cleveland Police Foundation, is proud to announce a generous donation by the Saint Luke’s Foundation to further the efforts of Community Policing within the Fourth District.
Kids from Collinwood, and Glenville Recreation joined Commander Dennis Hill, and his Officers for the 4th Annual Fifth District Cops/Kids Fishing Outing.
Some people are scared that the criminals will take revenge if they act.
Members of the Second District, in company with Director of Public Safety Michael McGrath and Ward 15 Councilman Matt Zone, took a group of 35 kids from the near west side Boys and Girls Club on a fishing charter on Lake Erie.
The “Nehemiah Project” was filming segments of the event which started with lessons on bullying and prevention, then ended in an organized Flash Mob
This was a great opportunity for the kids and CPD to have a positive interaction and really get to know each other.
Mayor Frank Jackson, along with Chief of Police Calvin Williams and Director of Public Safety Michael McGrath were present at the grand opening ceremony for the police department’s new Third District police station.
After boarding the Linda Mae, and Express Charter Boats the participants were briefed by Captain Vytus Ki…jauskas, and his crew on safety, and how to use the rods and reels, after which the boats headed out for the morning’s excursion.
Crime may be right there scaring everyone off the streets, or just looming on the horizon.
National Night Out Against Crime at Steelyard Commons Shopping Center on Tuesday, August 4th, from 5 to 9pm.
“A Coke and a Smile with a Cop and a Councilman”. It was a great mixture of neighborhood folks, safety forces, and Councilman Joe Cimperman.
We need to have more honest and frank conversations with our children on the role of police officers in society if we are going to make our world a safer place.
Friday, July 31 is World Ranger Day, a day set aside by the International Ranger Federation to honor those who protect, preserve, and interpret natural and cultural resources all over the world.
An enthusiastic crowd was on hand to watch this exciting international sporting event, in which internationally acclaimed professional riders rode world-class horses through a challenging course of jumps, and obstacles.
Fourth District ‘s gymnasium was the first to experience a thorough, and professional cleaning, and sanitizing by the Better to Best Company.
There are three key aspects of a good Neighborhood Watch Program:
Catherine is a mother of two young children, she just found a job but has been struggling to get the gas money to get the kids to daycare
The UCC Churches from across the state baked hundreds of dozens of cookies for the event and were kind enough to donate a couple hundred dozen to the Cleveland Police Foundation
After taking the report, Officer Rick Stone and Officer Belal ILain with the 4th District asked “Cops for Kids” to help replace the bike.
Use familiar routes in well-lit, populated areas, and avoid alleys, deserted or wooded areas and parking lots.
July 12 benefit at the 50th Anniversary Chagrin Valley Hunter Jumper Classic & Cleveland Grand Prix in Moreland Hills.
More than 150 kids had a great time playing games, getting their faces painted, and creating art.
Also once again this year Cleveland City Council President Kevin Kelley, and Community Policing’s own Captain Keith Sulzer competed for the most sales, but a problem arose from this competition.
Hundreds gathered for his funeral services at Xavier University’s Cintas Center.