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Mayor Jackson Administers Oath to 39 Graduating Fire Cadets

Mayor Jackson Administers Oath to 39 Graduating Fire Cadets

Mayor Frank G. Jackson swore in the 33rd Fire Academy class at a graduation ceremony on Friday, July 13, 2018. Before family, friends and colleagues, the firefighters each took an oath to serve the City of Cleveland. The new firefighters will serve neighborhoods throughout the City in an effort to improve services to residents.

Fire Academy Graduation

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ITB's: Wellness Physical Exam

FOR THE DIVISION OF FIRE FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, AS AUTHORIZED BY ORDINANCE 1023-16,PASSED BY COUNCIL OCTOBER 10, 2016.

A Message from Mayor Jackson, Chief Williams and Director McGrath on Passing of Patrol Officer Vu Nguyen

A Message from Mayor Jackson, Chief Williams and Director McGrath on Passing of Patrol Officer Vu Nguyen

On Friday, July 6, 2018, Patrol Officer Vu Nguyen passed away after suffering from a medical emergency during a police training exercise. Our hearts are heavy today as we try to understand his untimely death. Patrol Officer Nguyen served the citizens of the City of Cleveland admirably and passionately and he touched people’s lives every day with his uplifting personality.

Semi Annual Police Awards

Semi Annual Police Awards

Mayor frank G. Jackson, members of the Department of Public Safety, and the Division of Police Command staff gathered in City Council Chambers for the Semi-Annual Police Awards Ceremony. Held twice each year, the event celebrates officers who have gone above and beyond the call of duty with acts of heroism and distinguished service.

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Operation We Are CLE

Operation We Are CLE

The Cleveland Division of Police - in partnership with county, state and federal law enforcement - announced June 13 some of the successes of Operation We Are CLE. The collaborative effort is a hyper-focused approach to fight crime, take violent criminals off the streets and make Cleveland neighborhoods safer. Since the implementation of Operation We Are CLE, targeted areas have seen reduction in violent crimes, including homicides.

“I want to express to the community at large that if we just rely on law enforcement to solve the problems we have around crime, particularly violent crimes, that we would not be successful. This has to be an entire community effort,” said Mayor Frank G. Jackson. “Everything from the business community to the religious community to education to all the aspects to all the pillars of our society to ensure that we do put those who need to be in jail in jail, that we do arrest those that need to be arrested but also deal with those underlying causes as to why people engage in criminal activity."

Operation We Are CLE

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Cleveland EMS Graduates 23 New Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics

Cleveland EMS Graduates 23 New Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics

The City of Cleveland added 23 new emergency medical technicians (EMT) and paramedics to its Emergency Medical Service (EMS) staff. They are part of Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s effort to enhance the quality of life in all Cleveland neighborhoods by maintaining staffing levels and reducing emergency response times.

Cleveland EMS Graduates

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