National Missing Children’s Day Event

The Cleveland Police Foundation and Community Policing joined the FBI at Steelyard Commons for National Missing Children’s Day on May 25!! Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus and their families promoted Rock One Sock for missing person awareness. Thank you to Bellfaire JCB (Jewish Children’s Bureau) for supporting this event!

Thank you to First Interstate Properties and Steelyard Commons for the use of their property!  Partnerships between police and our corporate community make Cleveland a stronger city!!

Please take some time to speak to your children about stranger danger, being aware of their surroundings at all times, the importance of informing parents of their whereabouts, and Internet security and safety.


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