Public Safety

ITB's: Uniform Clothing Supplies

FOR THE DIVISION OF POLICE FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, AS AUTHORIZED BY ORDINANCE 1667-83, SECTION 135.06, PASSED BY COUNCIL JUNE 19, 1984.

National Coffee With a Cop Day

National Coffee With a Cop Day

Chief of Police Calvin Williams, Cleveland Police officers and residents joined together for National Coffee with a Cop Day at the Hanna Building Starbucks. The goal of the event was to break down barriers and foster a healthy relationship between law enforcement and Cleveland citizens. The coffee break was an opportunity for citizens and law enforcement to connect and discuss individual and community concerns.

Coffee With a Cop

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RFPs/RFQs: Public Safety Mobile Data Computers

The City of Cleveland, Ohio Department of Public Safety is interested in soliciting quotes for the purchase and installation of CF -33 and CF – 20 Panasonic Toughbook for the Emergency Response and Mission Critical vehicle fleet. The fleet is comprised of vehicles from the following Public Safety Departments: Division of Animal Care & Control, Division of Emergency Medical Services, Division of Fire and the Division of Police.

RFPs/RFQs: Department of Public Safety, Division of EMS E-Faxing

A secure electronic cloud based fax service between the City’s Electronic Medical Records System (Zoll Data Systems) and the City of Cleveland/Cuyahoga County area hospital fax machines and/or electronic fax services. An Electronic Patient Care Report must be delivered to the transporting hospital within 48 hours of transport. The City estimates that it produces 696,000 pages per year.

City Dogs Reunion at Edgewater Park

City Dogs Reunion at Edgewater Park

On Aug. 26, City Dogs Cleveland held its fourth annual reunion of doggy parents and their four-legged friends adopted from the city kennel. Canine cuteness aplenty ensued at the event held at Edgewater Park.

If you're interested in adopting a City Dog of your own, visit petango.com/cacc to see which dogs are awaiting forever homes.

The 140th Cleveland Police Academy Graduates 49 Officers and One Fire Investigator

The 140th Cleveland Police Academy Graduates 49 Officers and One Fire Investigator

Mayor Frank G. Jackson today administered the oath of office to the 140th Cleveland Police Academy class. The 49 patrol officers and one fire investigator – who were sworn in today during a graduation ceremony at Cleveland City Hall – will be assigned to the neighborhood districts on basic patrol. “As the 140th police academy class graduates today, we are working to ensure better policing in our neighborhoods,” said Mayor Jackson. “In taking their oath, these 49 patrol officers and one fire investigator are fulfilling my commitment towards real reform and providing better quality of life for all Clevelanders.”

Police Academy Graduates

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ITB's: Wellness Physical Exam (Re-Bid)

FOR THE DIVISION OF FIRE FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, AS AUTHORIZED BY ORDINANCE NO. 1023-16, PASSED BY COUNCIL OCTOBER 10, 2016.

RFPs/RFQs: Safe Smart CLE Citywide Video Surveillance Implementation & Installation RFP

The City of Cleveland, Ohio is requesting Proposals from qualified firms to provide a Citywide IP-based Video Surveillance Camera System and Network.  This turn-key solution is to support the placement of video surveillance cameras and associated wireless technology to enhance safety and security of the City of Cleveland Recreation Centers, Parks, Neighborhoods, Business Districts, Waterways, Bridges and Major Thoroughfares.

A Letter of Interest to Develop a Proposal in Response to the RFP is due Tuesday, September 4th by 3:00 PM EST

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