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East Cleveland, Ohio Jail and Mugshot Information
The City of East Cleveland, Ohio has a population of 17,843. The mayor as of 2018 is Brandon L. King. His phone number is 216-681-2210 and his email address is email@example.com. The city can be found in Cuyahoga County.
Brandon L. King
14340 Euclid Avenue,
East Cleveland, Ohio 44112
The crime index of East Cleveland, as reported by a 2016 statistic, was 376.9. There has been 81 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 213 to 1.
East Cleveland, Ohio Police Station Information
When reviewing the table, you see a comprehensive overview of all annual crimes reported in East Cleveland, OH. All reported East Cleveland, OH crimes are shown and for assessment, each particular crime is demonstrated, establishing an accurate total that represents any crimes committed for every 100,000 residents. You’ll also notice that the crimes are distributed into two separate categories, being; violent crimes and property crimes. In addition, the table also demonstrates that the East Cleveland, OH overall crime rate is 9% lower than in comparison to the Ohio average; and is also 7% lower than compared to the national average. Specifically regarding violent crimes in East Cleveland, OH, the rate is 114% higher than compared to the Ohio average, and 67% higher than when paralleled to the national average. When comparing property crime, East Cleveland, OH comes in at 23% lower than to the average seen in Ohio, and 19% lower than the overall national average.
Facts about crime in East Cleveland, Ohio:
- The overall crime rate in East Cleveland is 7% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 7.2 daily crimes that occur in East Cleveland.
- East Cleveland is safer than 16% of the cities in the United States.
- In East Cleveland you have a 1 in 39 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in East Cleveland has decreased by 1%.
The Mission of the Members of the Cleveland Division of Police is to enhance the quality of life, strengthen our neighborhoods and deliver superior services with professionalism, respect, integrity, dedication and excellence by working in partnership with our neighborhoods and community.
The Cleveland Division of Police as it is known today was established on May 1, 1866 with the passage of the Metropolitan Police Act. It was reorganized on April 1, 1871 when the Ohio General Assembly allowed taxes to be levied to pay for police services. In 1903 it was classified as a division of the Department of Safety headed by the Director of Public Safety. Legendary crime fighter Eliot Ness (of Untouchables fame) served as the Director of Public Safety from 1935 until 1942.
The division has a long and storied tradition. The decorated Mounted Police, the longest standing in the United States, has marched in Presidential inaugurations and funerals and won the championship in Military Mounted Drill at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1933.
The Division of Police is recognized for a number of “firsts” in policing, including the first bank robbery in progress caught on film and the first criminal conviction secured by matching a palm print lifted from a crime scene to a suspect. The Division of Police also played a part in two landmark United States Supreme Court cases which affect the manner in which police officers practice their trade. One, Terry v. Ohio, allowed police officers to conduct a “pat down” search of criminal suspects without making an arrest or securing a warrant. This important decision is credited with saving the lives of countless police officers across the country. Tragically, 107 Cleveland Police Officers have paid the ultimate sacrifice. The names and badges of those who have died in the service of the people of the City of Cleveland are poignantly displayed in prominence on the first floor of the police headquarters building at the corner of Ontario St. and St. Clair Ave.
Today, more that 1,600 dedicated men and women make up the second largest police force in the State of Ohio. Led by Chief Michael McGrath, the highest priority of the Division of Police is to provide public safety. To efficiently and effectively accomplish this, the Division is organized into Administrative Operations, Field Operations, and Homeland Special Operations.
East Cleveland Police Department Address:
Michael Cardilli, Chief
1300 Ontario St
Cleveland, Ohio of Police
The Cuyahoga County Corrections Center (CCCC) is the second largest Jail in the state. It is a full service Jail that provides superior care and management of over 26,000 inmates annually.
There are currently two locations, Downtown and Euclid. The Downtown Jail, which is the primary facility, is situated on one-half of a city block in downtown Cleveland at W. 3rd St. and W. Lakeside. It consists of two high rise buildings (Jail I and Jail II) that provide over one million square feet of space. The facility houses all levels of security statuses, from maximum security to weekenders. In 2015, the average stay of inmates was 30 days, approximately 10 days less than in 2014 with an average daily population of 2168.
The CCCC operates a full service Kitchen, Medical Clinic and Pharmacy and provides Social Service programing, all managed by a staff of over 700 employees. CCCC’s partnership with MetroHealth Care has enhanced the quality and level of services provided to inmates. Service lines such as imaging, dental, and hygiene, were increased to complement MetroHealth’s already robust service portfolio and extend in-house capabilities.
The CCCC is managed by a dedicated Executive Staff comprised of the Regional Director of Corrections, two Associate Wardens, Facility Services Manager, Mental Health Services Manager, and Health Care Services Director. The daily operations are managed by Sergeants who oversee Corporals and a complement of around 550 Corrections Officers. Together, this team, in conjunction with a full time medical staff which includes doctors, RN’s, LPN’s, MTA’s, Psychiatric and Dental services, are dedicated to maintaining a safe facility for our housed offenders.
East Cleveland, Ohio Jail:
Address 1: 14340 Euclid Ave
City: East Cleveland
Zip Code: 44112-3402
County: Cuyahoga County
Phone #: 216-451-1234
Fax #: 216-681-7651
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 36560
Number of Officers: 72
Police Reports in East Cleveland, Ohio
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