The Cleveland Police Foundation is honored to recognize Patrol Officer Adrian Calhoun as the March 2022 Police Officer of the Month.
Patrol Officer Adrian Calhoun is assigned to the Community Relations Unit and shows a true desire to interact with the citizens of the community. He is not only respected by his fellow officers for his work but also by his supervisors.
Retired CPD Captain Keith Sulzer stated “Adrian has always stepped up when help is needed for a community event, from playing dodgeball with the kids at an afterschool event or cooking chili for a Cops for Kids fundraiser, he’s always made time to help bring cops and the community together.”
Further endorsing Officer Adrian Calhoun’s work efforts was Sgt. Sherrie Flores of the Community Relations Unit who stated, “Patrol Officer Adrian Calhoun is an asset to the Bureau of Community Relations. One of his many duties include being the Director of the Cleveland Division of Police Explorers Program. Although he didn’t expect to have that responsibility, he’s taken it on and is doing an amazing job.”
It is because of his desire to work hand in hand with the community and his dedication to his profession that the Cleveland Police Foundation is proud to name Patrol Officer Adrian Calhoun its Police Officer of the Month for March 2022.
The March Police Officer of Month was nominated by Retired CPD Captain Keith Sulzer.