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Officers and Citizens Honored at Cleveland Police Second District Awards Ceremony

Officers and Citizens Honored at Cleveland Police Second District Awards Ceremony

Several Cleveland Police officers and citizens were honored for their service in the Cleveland Division of Police’s Second District. Mayor Frank G. Jackson, Police Chief Calvin Williams, Cleveland City Council members Kevin Kelley and Anthony Brancatelli, and others thanked those recognized for their service to the City of Cleveland.

Ordinances Regarding Parking at Meters During the Holidays

Ordinances Regarding Parking at Meters During the Holidays

In the City of Cleveland, there is free parking on New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, Martin Luther King Day and and the days after Thanksgiving and Christmas. There are exceptions that can override free parking, which include special events and snow bans.

City of Cleveland Announces Updates to Federal Use of Force Training Report

City of Cleveland Announces Updates to Federal Use of Force Training Report

The City of Cleveland filed an update in federal court announcing that over 90 percent of Cleveland Police officers have completed use of deadly force training according to the Consent Decree. The policies, as defined in the decree begin on Jan. 1, 2018.

City of Cleveland to Hold 2017 Veterans Day Recognition Ceremony and Parade

City of Cleveland to Hold 2017 Veterans Day Recognition Ceremony and Parade

On Friday, November 10, Mayor Frank G. Jackson and other city officials will host the City of Cleveland’s 2017 Veterans Day recognition ceremony and parade to honor those who served in the armed forces. The facade of Cleveland City Hall will also glow with green lights in accordance with the GreenlightaVet initiative.

"Let’s Chill Together" Contest Winners Have Brunch with Mayor Jackson

"Let’s Chill Together" Contest Winners Have Brunch with Mayor Jackson

Winners of the Let’s Chill Together contest – a promotion of the ice cream truck manned by Cleveland Police officers for kids at city parks and pools – had lunch Saturday, Oct. 28 with Mayor Frank G. Jackson and Police Chief Calvin Williams. Also in attendance were Chief Duane Deskins, Chief Valarie McCall and other City Hall staff. The ice cream truck was part of a community engagement effort to build positive relationships between kids and cops in their communities.

Fall, 2017 Recruitment for Cleveland Police Officers

Fall, 2017 Recruitment for Cleveland Police Officers

The City of Cleveland will accept applications for Police Officers in November. The City anticipates hiring 250 additional officers in 2018. Orientations will be held at several Cleveland recreation centers. 

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