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The Second District’s Police Community Relations Award Ceremony was held this past Thursday at OLA/ St. Joe’s Center
This event is held yearly to recognize Police Officers, and citizens from the 3rd District that have gone beyond the call of duty while performing their jobs.
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Rick Mauer, a veteran police officer with the Cleveland P.D. who continues to embrace his responsibilities during a time when cops are under great scrutiny – and facing great risks
The Annual First District Police Community Relations Award Ceremony was held on November 4, 2015 at St. Mary’s Cathedral on Warren Road, and I attended the event representing The Cleveland Police Foundation.
This event is held every year by the 4th District Community Relations Committee to honor both Officers, and citizens that go beyond the call of duty while performing their jobs.
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A fine crowd turned out for this occasion to honor police officers, and citizens that have gone beyond the call of duty while performing their jobs.
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.
This library is in honor of fallen FBI Agent Johnnie Oliver, who was killed in the line of duty in 1979 apprehending a bank robbery suspect.
The objective of this project is to get Cleveland Police officers into the Greater Buckeye Neighborhood and actually take the time to talk, shake hands, and get to know the residents and business owners.
4th District Officers Feldman and Larkin responded to a call for family trouble.
Strangers who want to hurt them know this too. Find out what your child’s school policy is for children leaving school with adults other than the parent or guardian.
The Cleveland Police Foundation is proud to announce we have partnered up with the Rid-All Green Partnership Urban Farm located at 8129 Otter Road in the 4th District.
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The seniors and police had a great time and these seniors were incredibly thankful for being served by the Cleveland Police. CPD and the Cleveland Police Foundation understand that community events like these are an investment in our community.
The Cleveland Police Foundation and Community Policing spent some time at Cudell Rec Center showing the kids how to use the Universal weight machines that the Cleveland Police Foundation donated to the center.
As part of its “First Serve–Serve First” annual day of service, church volunteers baked enough chocolate chip cookies to fill 30 plastic containers.
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The Cleveland Police Community Policing Unit and the Cleveland Police Foundation had their annual safety event at the Cleveland International Air Show this past weekend.
A great letter of support for CPD’s effort to engage the students from Cleveland in a positive conversation about the relationship between the police and the community we serve.