The Partner is chock full of articles recapping the outcome of events and news items of interest and inspiration–and contains a full calendar of upcoming events.
In this issue:
- Thank you to the August CPF Police Officer of the Month Patrol Officer Taylor Bohlen
- Thank you to the August CPF Community Partners of the Month Lauren Nicoloff, Evan Berliner and Randy Harris
- Thank you to the July CPF Community Partners of the Month Trident Marine and Linda Mae Charters
- Oct. 4: Reverse Raffle Benefits Childrens Holiday Parties
- Mid-Year Officer Fatality Update
- Recap on National Night Out Against Crime
- Recap on Public Safety Career Pipeline Closing Ceremony
- Recap on Be My Neighbor
- Mail, Photos and Safety Tips
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Gallery / Recap Montage
Simply amazing amount of work – impossible to track it all! Here are photos from a handful of the many different events local Police Officers were involved in in over just a once month period.
Cleveland Police Community Relations Unit spent some time with the kids at Discovery World. We walked to Kamms Corner’s Ice Cream and talked about bullying, safety, and police work! The cops and kids also had some delicious ice cream bought by Cleveland Cops for Kids and the Cleveland Police Foundation.
Cleveland Police from the Community Relations Unit helped out at the opening of the Ethiopian Cultural Garden
4th District and Community Relations officers at A.B. Hart Middle School with Kick Ball with Cops
Community Relations spent a few hours at the Cleveland Public Library’s Main Branch interacting with the kids attending Ideastream’s Be My Neighbor event! Our officers handed out gifts and ice cream courtesy of the Cleveland Police Foundation and Cops for Kids.
Cleveland Police attending the Be My Neighbor Event at Cleveland Public Library.
Annual Night Against Crime at the Steelyard Commons
On August 16 The Cleveland Police Foundation took part in the First District Annual Safety Fair.
PAL Youth Mentoring Summit in Washington D.C. over (400) youngsters and chaperones attended the 3rd annual Youth Mentoring Summit. Youth participated in an in-depth discussion about healthy coping mechanisms, political engagement and how to improve community relations with law enforcement officials. The youth were encouraged to become mentors to younger children and pass on pivotal life lessons, connect with local precincts for programming and conduct local book clubs for sensitive topic discussions. They also had the opportunity to visit the many sights ad sounds of downtown Washington DC.
Estabrook Recreation Center CLE PAL Boxing Show. (20) youngsters participated in a day of friendly competition as they were cheered on by their family and friends. Several police officers attended the event to interact with all attendees and support the event.
CLE PAL Football Camp. Over (80) aspiring football players and (25) coaches came together for an intense training football skills camp. The vent was promoted and hosted by Dustin Fox, former pro football player and ESPN commentator.