November 2019 Police Officer of the Month: Sergeant Tryna McCaulley

The Cleveland Police Foundation is honored to recognize Sergeant Tryna McCaulley as our November 2019 Police Officer of the Month.

Cleveland Police Foundation's Police Officer of the Month for November 2019, Sergeant Tryna McCaulley

Sergeant Tryna McCaulley has faithfully served her community as a law enforcement officer since 1994 and currently works as the Officer in Charge of the Fifth District Detective Bureau.

Sergeant McCaulley works closely with the elderly whenever possible.  She escorts them to financial institutions so they feel safe and ensures they have the resources they need through social workers and social programs.  Tryna also has an active role in the lives of the children in the community through her participation in the Police Athletic League.  She visits schools to help educate the students in making good decisions at an early age.

When asked about Sergeant McCaulley’s role in the Fifth District community, Lieutenant Marcus Montanaro stated “Tryna is always willing to help out with community events both during her work and while on her own time, some of which are not her area of responsibility. She has received notoriety for her participation in such events, however humbly does not look for such attention.”

It is because of her dedication and devotion to the community she serves that the Cleveland Police Foundation is proud to name Sergeant Tryna McCaulley as its Police Officer of the Month for November 2019.

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