Officer Jessica Wolski Honored Again for Community Dedication

Coaching for Change - Patrol Officer Jessica Wolski

This month, the Cleveland Police Foundation has once again recognized Patrol Officer Jessica Wolski as Police Officer of the Month. Last September, she was honored along with her partner for their bravery in rescuing a child trapped under a vehicle that had crashed into an apartment. Officer Wolski’s continuous dedication extends beyond her immediate police duties.

Nominated by CPD Officer Terese Ortiz, Officer Wolski is celebrated not only for her acts of heroism but also for her deep commitment to the community. “P.O. Wolski is an asset and a role model within our community,” Officer Ortiz shared. “She dedicates her time off-duty to coaching soccer for Near West Recreation, serving inner-city youth from the Near West side of the Second District.”

Officer Wolski is now in her second year as a volunteer soccer coach. Despite her demanding schedule, which often includes late nights on duty, she consistently makes time for weekly practices and games, regardless of the weather. Her enthusiasm shines brightest during the muddy games, where she encourages her team to enjoy a playful slide or dive in the mud after a match.

“Patrol Officer Jessica Wolski truly epitomizes what it means to be a community servant,” Ortiz added. “The citizens of Cleveland are fortunate to have such a devoted figure in their midst.” Thanks to her unwavering dedication to both her professional responsibilities and her voluntary efforts, the Cleveland Police Foundation is proud to honor Officer Wolski as our Police Officer of the Month for March 2024.

– Bob Guttu, Cleveland Police Foundation

Nominated by CPD Officer Terese Ortiz


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