Attendance Award Program at Harvey Rice
The Cleveland Police Foundation was able to help Harvey Rice Elementary with an attendance reward program raffling off bikes out to kids that qualify through perfect attendance.
Sgt. Tim Higgins of BCP and Cops for Kids visits Gabe at Rainbow’s
This picture means so much I’m not sure there are words.
Car 54 Where are you? Toody and Muldoon Crack Down
This dated, yet classic TV comedy show depicts a great example of community policing and well-worth the time to watch all the way through to the “surprise” (?) ending.
The CPF in Partnership with the OCPA Presents the ” Tip Of The Week”
WHAT TO SAY TO SOMEONE EXPERIENCING ALCOHOL OR DRUG PROBLEMS
West Park Community School Donates to the 2nd District Boot & Sock Drive
The toiletries were delivered to the Second District Boot and Sock Drive for the homeless at Metanoia and St. Malachi, and to the Northern Ohio Recovery Association’ Next Step Recovery House for Women and Children.
St Francis School Thanks Cleveland Safety Forces
Police, firefighters, and EMS sat down with all of the students and shared stories and feelings about our community.
The Cleveland Police Foundation Promotes Literacy in our Community
The new “Pathway to Proficiency” report from Case Western Reserve University and the Ohio Education Research Center offers a wide-ranging look at how multiple socioeconomic factors and educational choices affect kids as they enter kindergarten and persist as they reach third grade
CPF Supports First District Youth Resource Fair
Several resource organizations from across the city attended and there were many discussions regarding safety.
The CPF in Partnership with the OCPA Presents the ” Tip Of The Week’
Contrary to popular belief, alcohol is the number one drug of choice for teenagers, and alcohol is the number one drug problem in America.
31st Annual Police Memorial Commemoration May 14-22, 2016
Save the date and Stand with us as we Honor Our Fallen Heroes
MC2 High School Students Working on a Music Project to Create Social Change in our Community
The Cleveland Police Foundation is partnering with Dee Jay Doc and the kids from MC2 High School, located at the Great Lakes Science Center, on a project involving music and how it can create social change in our community.
8th Graders at Marion C. Seltzer Meet with the Cleveland Police Foundation, 1st District & Community Policing Officers
The Cleveland Police Foundation led a team of 1st District and Community Policing officers, along with the Guardian Angels to Marion C. Seltzer School to have a conversation with the 8th grade classes about interaction with police and the issues facing our community.
16 Bicycles Delivered to Harvey Rice School
The school received a grant to buy the bikes and purchased them at Steelyard Target.
Little Free Libraries Being Made for the 1st and 5th Police Districts
The Cleveland Police Foundation recently received 2 more Little Free Libraries to place in the 1st and 5th Districts’ lobbies.
The Cleveland Police Foundation in Partnership with the Ohio Crime Prevention Association Presents the ” Tip Of The Week”
CPD Retiree Continues To Serve The Community
Congratulations to Richard McIntosh, who on Saturday, January 16, 2016 received the J. Edgar Hoover Foundation Excellence in Law Enforcement Award at the Cuyahoga County Police Chief’s Association’s Installation Dinner.
Cleveland Police Chief for a Day, CJ DeJohn, on the cover of Today’s Family Magazine
It was the perfect holiday story. In December, a six-year-old boy named CJ DeJohn, who suffers from a rare heart condition, saw his dream of being a police officer come true sooner than he could’ve imagined when he became police chief of the day, thanks to a local charitable organization.
Captain Sulzer & The Cleveland Police Foundation Receive the Martin Luther King Outstanding Humanitarian Award
Captain Keith Sulzer and the Cleveland Police Foundation were awarded the Martin Luther King Outstanding Humanitarian Award by New Beginnings Church on Giddings Rd. at an MLK Memorial Service on Sunday.
The Cops vs Kids vs Council Swim Meet
The Cleveland Police Foundation and Cleveland Police officers participated in The Cops vs Kids vs Council Swim Meet
Police Memorial Expansion Project
The Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial Society announced its plan for an expansion of their Memorial, which stands at Lakeside Avenue and West 3rd Street, and honors the lives of 184 officers who were killed in the line of duty from Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina and Northern Summit Counties.
The Cleveland Police Foundation in Partnership with the Ohio Crime Prevention Association Presents the “Tip Of The Week”
Gang involvement can begin as early as elementary school.
‘Devil’s Drug’: Flakka Is Driving Florida Insane
An emergency room doctor calls it as “five-dollar insanity.” A rehab director says it’s the “devil’s drug.”
Former Foster Child Receives Wish of Attending Globetrotters Game
Here is a thank you email received by the Cleveland Police Foundation. Christine asked the Cleveland Police Foundation for help in acquiring tickets to the Globetrotters game at the Q to take her former foster child whose wish was to see the Globetrotters play in person.
Thank You Note Received From Detective For Assistance with 3 Year Old Victim
This is a note from a detective that asked for the help of the Cleveland Police Foundation
The Cleveland Police Foundation in Partnership with the Ohio Crime Prevention Association Presents the Tip Of The Week
Gang members generally have a nickname that highlights their real or imagined physical, personal or psychological trait.
Cops for Kids at MetroHealth
Cops for Kids at MetroHealth escorted our old friend from the Captain Penny Show, Mr. Jingaling, to visit the kids in the Pediatric Unit.
CPF & CPD Come to the Rescue of a Family who Lost all Their Christmas Gifts in a Burglary
The Cleveland Police Foundation teamed up with the generous and giving officers of the 5th District to brighten up the Christmas of a family that lost all of their Christmas presents in a burglary. The following email is from 5th District Sgt. Kevin Kincaid.
Onix Outreach and Onix Networking Host Christmas Party
The Cleveland Police Foundation escorted 36 kids and their families to an afternoon Christmas party
Community Policing is every Cleveland Police Officers responsibility!!
The 3rd District’s Officers Butcher and Kasler received Christmas gifts from the Cleveland Police Foundation and Cops for Kids to pass out in the community.
CPF Supports St. Martin de Porres’ Clothing and Gift Drive
Great job to the students and faculty at St. Martin de Porres’ and to the 5th District officers that helped support this great cause. Merry Christmas!!
Mrs. Claus Visits Students at Michael White School
Sgt. Tryna McCaulley who was Mrs. Claus for the day at Michael White School.
Santa Make’s his Annual Visit to Providence House
Santa made his annual visit to Providence House (a crisis nursery) and the West Side Catholic Center family shelter this past Saturday.