Promoting Education and Literacy
Free backpacks, free food, free haircuts to support students.
Walk in Her Shoes Charity Walk to stand up against domestic violence and child abuse!!
Awesome videos created by our youth this summer in the #OurVoicesMatter program which we held in the evenings from 5-7 pm at the City’s recreation centers.
On Saturday May 26, 2018, 100 students from Cleveland’s Hough neighborhood were rewarded for top marks in academics, citizenship or attendance with the gift of a shiny new red bike.
Fifteen kids from the Boys and Girls Club participated in this first shadowing project to give an insider’s view of law enforcement.
The Cleveland Police Foundation joined officers from the First District and Community Policing for a fun day at the YMCA camp!
CPD officers, the CPF, Safety Director McGrath, and the Boys & Girls Club pool together to fish for a fun bonding experience!
Support the memorial! Register to participate in the 5K by September 1 to get a t-shirt! The walk/run is at Batavia Township Community Park.
According to preliminary data compiled by the NLEOMF, as of June 30, 2018, 73 federal, state and local law enforcement officers have died in the line of duty this year
The Cleveland Police Foundation proudly announces that the recipient of our Community Partner of the Month for July 2018 is Ohio Technical College.
Fifty students participated in the Summer 2018 Public Safety Career Pipeline Program for six weeks, with classroom training, research projects, and field trips.
Community Policing and Cleveland Police officers from all over the city were on hand to play games with the kids, fish, and serve lunch and ice cream.
After five years as an artillery officer in the United States Marine Corps, Michael Connole began his career in financial services in 1999 at PaineWebber in Beverly Hills, Ca…
A stolen bike is replaced with the collaboration of police and a community donor.
Lincoln Park was the spot to be for a fun game of kickball, cops, and kids!
Community volunteers helped officers clean the lawn and the cars at the Fourth District.
The July 2018 Partner is chock full of articles recapping the outcome of events and news items of inspiration–and a full calendar of upcoming events.
From the medieval knights crusading to the Holy Land to Hollywood movies, comes a remarkable breed of horses, the Friesian. The Cleveland Police Mounted Unit is proud to stable two, Bas and Nimo.
Join us for this evening of family fun with free food and drinks, live music and entertainment and more. Learn how to stay safe!
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family, friends, and Community of Blue. May you rest in peace, Patrol Officer Vu Nguyen.
The Cleveland Police Foundation proudly announces that the recipient of our Community Partner of the Month for June 2018 is Saint Ignatius High School.
The Cleveland Police Foundation is honored to recognize Sergeant Steve Beckner and Patrol Officer Chris Lane as our July 2018 Police Officers of the Month.
The Cleveland Police Foundation and the Cuyahoga County Board of Health are teaching sleeping safety for infants.
Football, soccer, obstacle courses, ice cream, community, and cops combined for fun on a scorching hot summer day!
Officers, the Refresh Collective, and summer camp students join together in the studio to record a hip hop song.
The block party at Britt Oval on Friday, June 22 was a great way to engage the police and the community.
Father’s Day Read with the CPF and Community Relations, lots of goodies and great books!
Second District Detective John Graves follows a young patient to bestow him with Browns gifts.
This forum is necessary to help us as a community better understand the divisions, discrimination, as well as similar existing social conditions to those surrounding the Hough and Glenville uprisings, come to terms with the legacy of our past, and create a safe environment that promotes collective healing.
After a theft of equipment, 3rd District Officers rounded-up yard tools to ensure a garden of plenty!
Across the Second District officers are building bridges with all generations.
The Cleveland Police Foundation proudly announces that the recipient of our Community Partner of the Month for May 2018 is Jennifer Wypasek.
The Cleveland Police Foundation is honored to recognize The N.I.C.E. Unit as the Police Officer of the Month for June 2018.
Summer weather is around and about as are the Mounted Unit horses. Their history is rich in ceremony, celebration, and communications. Here are a few items of interest . . .
The June 2018 Partner is chock full of articles recapping the outcome of events and news items of inspiration–and a full calendar of upcoming events.