Community Policing

Join Euclid Police Department on Nextdoor.com

 

Nextdoor is the free and private social network for neighborhoods. On Nextdoor, neighbors create websites for their neighborhoods where they can ask questions, get to know one another, exchange local advice, and share important safety information.

Tens of thousands of neighborhoods are already using Nextdoor to do the following:

  • Find trustworthy local resources, such as babysitters, plumbers and dentists
  • Communicate with neighbors and police about suspicious activity and safety concerns
  • Organize neighborhood events, such as garage sales and block parties
  • Get assistance to find lost pets and missing packages
  • Promote items for sale/free and inquire about items for purchase. 

To join your private neighborhood social network, please visitwww.nextdoor.com to get started.

Safety Brochures & Flyers

Safety Awareness

Pedestrian Safety Flyer

Pedestrian Safety Tips

OHP Pedestrian Safety Tips

Air Gun and BB Gun Brochure

Halloween Safety Tips

Safety Checklists

Disaster Plan Worksheet

Emergency Phone Tree Template

Special Assignment Form

Red Cross Emergency Prep

Safety Checklist for Apartments

Safety Checklist for Home Security

Street Template

Help For the Victim

Domestic Violence Brochure

Ohio Crime Victim's Rights

Victim Compensation

Safety Planning Guide

Neighborhood Conflict
Management

Bullying Facts & Information

Making Peace Brochure

Scruff's Tips for Conflict Management

Suggestions for Preventing Conflict

Tips on Keeping Cool

Cleveland Mediation Center Brochure

Cleveland Mediation Center Flyer

 Crime Prevention

What is Suspicious

Neighborhood Watch Training

Community Policing Calling the Police

Survive and Prevent Being Carjacked

Grocery Cart Theft

Solicitors & Peddlers

Prevent Auto Break-Ins

Misc.

Community Policing Newsletter

Identity Theft Prevention

Drug Drop Off

When to Call 911

Juvenile Diversion Program

Nuisance Criminal Activity

Soldiers of the Soil

 

Forms

Street Closing Permit