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Building character through chess with the help of Cleveland Cops for Kids and the Cleveland Police Foundation.
Students from the Cleveland Police Law Enforcement Career Pipeline Program earned monies to benefit the Cleveland Police Foundation.
The Cleveland Police Foundation is honored to recognize PO Antonio Andino as the Police Officer of the Month for October 2017.
The October 2017 issue of "The Partner" is chock full of articles recapping the outcome of events and news items of interest and inspiration–and contains a full calendar of upcoming events.
Enjoy this bounteous medley of events recapped from September’s Facebook posts! Cops for Kids, CLE-BEE, hurricane relief and more…
The Third District Community Relations Committee Awards program was held September 2017 at the Fatima Family Center.
The Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of the CPF has a new member. Nancy Feighan, who has served on the board for over three years, was elected to the Secretary position.
Each year, the Cleveland Police Foundation recognizes an individual who through their business acumen, philanthropy and commitment to giving back to the community makes a significant impact in our region. We are honored to recognize Mr. James F. Doyle as our 2017 Man of the Year.
In recognition of his on-going commitment to the philosophy of community policing, and efforts above and beyond the call of duty in helping fellow citizens in need, we are honored to name Sergeant Mitchell Sheehan as the recipient of the 2017 CPF Samuel H. Miller Police Officer of the Year Award.
In recognition of their on-going commitment to the community and efforts above and beyond the call of duty, we are honored to bestow upon the Cops, Kids, & Christmas "Family" the 2017 Thomas D. Ganley Memorial Community Service Award.
This year, we are honored to name Charles W. Lane, Jr. as the 2017 recipient of the award in recognition of leadership in taking a new organization to what it is today.
The Hofbrauhaus Cleveland on Thursday, September 28, 2017 was the scene of the time, where a sellout crowd honored excellence in community service.
This community ride led by CPD, starts at Louis Agassi Elementary School and culminates with a clam bake at Public Safety Central.
Re-entry and justice resources for adults, wellness and safety workshops and much more – and activities for young children and K-12 students. Free admission and refreshments.
Police and citizens were recognized on September 21 at the Fatima Family Center in the Third District. Master of Ceremonies Harry Boomer of TV-Channel 19 WOIO led the event.
The Cleveland Police Foundation and Cops for Kids are proud to support the 2nd District’s 17th Annual Baby Shower for Providence House!
Tribute to the Blue September 28 * TTTB Honorees * September 2017 POM Second District Baby Shower * 4th District Community Service Awards * Much, much more!
When Sr. Mary Jean was robbed in Collinwood, all she asked of the thug was to get the school supplies and school basketball uniforms inside her car.
The Cleveland Police Foundation hosted 60 high school students in its newly created Law Enforcement Career Pipeline Program to support the Cleveland Division of Police in its recruitment efforts to increase the number of women and minorities in law enforcement.
Plans are made to honor PO Owens’ memory and all officers who died in the line of duty with the creation of the Derek Owens Memorial Park.
The Cleveland Police Foundation is honored to recognize Hughlean Medlea, Sue Sazima, Pat Katynski, Dymphna O’Neill, Mark Shepard and Zina Martinez as Police Officers of the Month for September 2017.
On September 7, 2017 the 36th Annual Fourth District Community Relations Awards Ceremony was held at the Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging Facility.
A new canine unit wash station was funded by the staff from the MetroHealth Medical Center Emergency Room Department with the help of the Cleveland Police Foundation.
The Cleveland Police Foundation was proud to support the Mira Family Charity: Operation Houston donation drive to support the Hurricane Harvey relief effort.
Andino often donates his time and style skills to kids in the Cleveland community…
Fifth Neighborhood District Police and the Cleveland Police Foundation join together to replace school items stolen – with others going above and beyond as well!
Contribute to your community by filling the 13th Commissioner position on the Cleveland Community Police Commission.
A Superman action figure was given to this four year old “Superman” survivor of a drive-by shooting.
Is your agency prepared to issue an AMBER Alert? Join the Northeast Ohio AMBER Alert Committee’s event, “2017 AMBER Alert Training” Thursday, Nov. 9. It’s FREE.
Funds raised from this outing will go to the David J. Fahey, Jr. Scholarship Fund for St. Edward High School. Register online today!
Each August, the community joins together for a “Night Out Against Crime.” This year the event was held at Steelyard Commons.
Bookman & Sons is donating 100% of the proceeds of these wedding rings to the Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial Society’s projects! Info on rings here.
On August 8, the Cleveland Police Foundation and the Cleveland Downtown Alliance joined together to present the Cops and Kids fishing outing at Voinovich Park.