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Police Chaplains Swearing In

Police Chaplains Swearing In

Mayor Frank G. Jackson and Chief Williams welcomed several Police Chaplains to City Hall for a meet and greet and a brief swearing in ceremony. They discussed the ultimate role of a police chaplain and the true value they provide as a support system for the police officers and citizens of the City of Cleveland.

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The 138th Cleveland Police Academy Graduates 42 Officers

The 138th Cleveland Police Academy Graduates 42 Officers

Mayor Frank G. Jackson, Safety Director Michael McGrath and Chief of Police Calvin D. Williams administered the oath of office to the 138th Cleveland Police Academy. The 42 patrol officers –who were sworn in during a graduation ceremony at Cleveland City Hall –will be assigned to the neighborhood districts on basic patrol.

“As the 138th police academy class graduates today, we are working to ensure better policing in our neighborhoods,” said Mayor Jackson. “In taking their oath, these 42 patrol officers are fulfilling my commitment towards real reform and providing better quality of life for all Clevelanders.”

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Swearing-In of Ronald B. Bakeman as the Internal Affairs Superintendent

Swearing-In of Ronald B. Bakeman as the Internal Affairs Superintendent

Mayor Frank G. Jackson swore-in Ronald B. Bakeman as the Internal Affairs Superintendent on February 16th. In this role Bakeman will oversee the Cleveland Division of Police Internal Affairs Unit which handles all criminal investigations involving Cleveland Police Officers.

“Mr. Ron Bakeman is being sworn-in as the Internal Affairs Superintendent,” said Mayor Frank G. Jackson. “This position is one of those set forth in fulfillment of the Consent Decree.”

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FOR THE DIVISION OF FIRE FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, AS AUTHORIZED BY ORDINANCE 1412-17, PASSED BY COUNCIL DECEMBER 4, 2017.

Division of Police Awards Honor Officers and Citizens Throughout Cleveland

Division of Police Awards Honor Officers and Citizens Throughout Cleveland

Officers from all of the City of Cleveland Division of Police’s districts and units were honored for their outstanding valiant service at an awards ceremony held on January 17th at Cleveland City Hall. Citizens were also honored for their heroic actions. Recipients were presented with awards before a full house of friends, family and colleagues. Mayor Frank G. Jackson, Division of Police Chief Calvin Williams and Public Safety Director Michael McGrath were on hand to welcome attendees and present the awards.

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