Division of Police

Cleveland Division of Police Ice Cream Truck Visits Lincoln Park Pool

The City and the Division of Police have launched a fun neighborhood ice cream truck. The ‘Let’s Chill Together’ truck is staffed entirely by Cleveland police officers, as part of the City’s community engagement efforts. Traveling throughout the city, the truck will be seen at local recreation centers and various summer events.

  • Proposed New Use of Force Policy and Share Feedback

    Clevelanders can learn about the Cleveland Police proposed new use of force policy, and share feedback with the Cleveland Division of Police and the Consent Decree process.

  • Police Patrol Officer Examination Application is Now Posted

    Applications are being taken to establish an eligible list for the job classification of Police Patrol Officer. The electronic application period runs this year from Thursday, June 1 to Friday, June 30th. 

  • Cleveland's #LetsChillCLE Contest: Win Lunch with Mayor Jackson

    This summer Cleveland children will see the city’s new ice cream truck staffed by members of the Division of Police. In addition to serving cold tasty treats, the truck is an opportunity for Police to engage with children in a positive way. The City of Cleveland is hosting a social media contest, which runs until August 4th, to spread the word about the new ice cream truck. The prize is lunch with Mayor Frank G. Jackson and Police Chief Calvin Williams at City Hall

  • Cleveland Police Honor Standout Officers at Awards Ceremony

    The Cleveland Division of Police honored police officers and citizens who were instrumental to the police department at an awards ceremony held on June 8, 2017. Some honorees were key in thwarting crimes, apprehending violent offenders or saving lives. Others were models of teamwork and dedication to police projects. 

  • City of Cleveland Employees Raise More Than $100K for Harvest For Hunger

    City of Cleveland employees are top supporters of the Harvest for Hunger campaign this year – raising enough for more than 468,000 meals. In total, the City of Cleveland – from City Hall to the Department of Utilities to the Mayor’s Office – raised $117,000. That makes the City of Cleveland an emerald level sponsor, raising more than $100 per employee. In addition, the City collected 1,400 pounds of food for the Food Bank.

  • Project Dawn Program Teaches Overdose Emergency Response and Naloxone Administration

    This program is for opioid users who are at risk of death, and their families and friends. Common opioids include heroin, OxyContin, methadone, Percocet and Vicodin. City and County medical officials teach attendees how to recognize and respond to overdoses and how to administer intranasal naloxone. This program is free to the public and held at several locations.

  • Juvenile Curfew Ordinances Strictly Enforced

    Mayor Frank G. Jackson, Safety Director Michael McGrath and Chief of Police Calvin D. Williams announced that the Minor’s Curfew shall continue to be enforced in the City of Cleveland throughout the summer months.  Parents and guardians of minors ages 17 and under can be cited for failing to ensure that children are in compliance with the curfew laws.

  • Free Care Calls Program for Cleveland Seniors

    Cleveland Care Calls is an automated telephone reassurance system being offered to Cleveland Senior Citizens by the Departments of Aging and Public Safety. Through this computerized system the senior receives a call, on the days they request, to check on their well-being. This program is available to all seniors and is especially ideal for those living alone.

  • US DOJ Police Settlement Agreement Data Posted Online

    The United States Department of Justice and the City of Cleveland have entered into an agreement to create widespread reforms and changes within the Cleveland Division of Police. There will be broad data collection regarding many of CDP’s activities, including its use of force and stop and search practices, and public reporting of that data on this website.

  • Mass Notification System Provides Critical Information to Clevelanders, Visitors

    The City of Cleveland has announced the launch of a mass notification system that will provide critical emergency and non-emergency alerts to residents and visitors. The City encourages all residents, visitors, and businesses to sign up for the system known as CodeRED.

Warrant Reports

Cleveland Police Warrant List

Information contained in warrant reports is a matter of public record, and made available solely to aid the public. Information contained in each report reflects data in the Cleveland Police Records Management System at the time of the report's production.

Clevelanders are asked not to attempt to apprehend persons on this list, but instead to contact the Cleveland Division of Police at 216.623.1234 or Crime Stoppers at 216.252.7436 or by Text Messaging TIP657 plus a message to Crime (9274637).

Accidents and crime are never convenient, but now making police reports and accessing information can be done from work, home, or virtually any place that has Internet access.

Report a Crime: file a police report for some of the most common types of property damage or theft incidents -Click Here

See Crime Statistics: comparisons to stats from 2008 to 2016 -Click Here

Search Crime Data Map: area crime statistics -Click Here

Get An Accident Report: view and print accident reports online at no cost -Click Here

CPD Crime Analysis Unit

Missing Persons Website

City of Cleveland Missing Persons Report

Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of any of the missing persons listed in the above report is asked to contact the Cleveland Division of Police at 216.621.1234.

All information contained in this report is public record and made available solely to aid the public. Information contained in this report reflects data in the Cleveland Police Records Management System at the time of report production.

Because information can change quickly, and there may be gaps in data received, the City of Cleveland Division of Police makes no representation, either express or implied, that the information in this report is complete or accurate.


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06/13/2017 - Cleveland Division of Police Announces Arrest in Kuznik Homicide
06/10/2017 - City of Cleveland Launches ‘Safe Summer 2017’
06/08/2017 - Juvenile Curfew Ordinances Strictly Enforced
06/07/2017 - Media Parking Guidelines for NBA Finals
06/07/2017 - City of Cleveland Encourages A Safe Celebration for 2017 NBA Finals and Indians Baseball Games
05/16/2017 - City of Cleveland Announces Proposed Legislation to Address Unlawful Street Riding
05/12/2017 - Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s Enhanced Budget Results in the Addition of 20 New Officers to Division of Police
04/20/2017 - Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s Enhanced Budget Results in the Addition of 46 New Officers to Division of Police
04/19/2017 - 136th Cleveland Police Academy Graduation
04/17/2017 - Press Conference: Shooting Incident Update
04/10/2017 - City Announces Traffic Updates for Cleveland Indians Home Opener April 11
02/24/2017 - Media Advisory: Police Promotions
01/24/2017 - Mayor Frank G. Jackson, Safety Director Michael McGrath and Police Chief Calvin D. Williams Send Condolences on the Death of Police Officer David Fahey
01/13/2017 - Mayor Jackson and Chief Williams Announce Administrative Charges for Police Officers Loehmann, Garmback, and Cunningham
12/19/2016 - Statement Regarding the Monitor Filing the Equipment and Resource Plan
12/19/2016 - Statement Regarding the Monitor’s Filing of the Body Worn Camera Policy
11/30/2016 - Mayor Jackson and Chief Williams Urge Clevelanders to Participate in the 2016 Gun Buy Back
11/28/2016 - Media Availability
11/16/2016 - City of Cleveland Files New Use of Force Policy with U.S. District Court
11/14/2016 - Mayor Jackson Swears In New Members of Community Police Commission
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