CL3 Alliance hosted an event with NOBLE Greater Cleveland to the FirstEnergy Stadium, home of the Cleveland Browns to have a fun-filled evening while having thoughtful conversations with our teens who were from various communities and Law Enforcement Officers from different police departments, for open dialogue on empathy. Woodmere Officers Ana Baric, Selena Colon, and […]
Revan has been nominated for K-9 of the year and we need your vote! Please click on the link below. Then scroll on the popup and click the green “vote” button. https://m.lndg.page/sX07G?sre=3XD7Opupz9ynA
Woodmere Officers Raising Money for Stuff the Bus 7/23/19 Sergeant Mark Johnson is leading the charge once again as Woodmere Village raises donations for Stuff the Bus. Last year, the Village was able to donate dozens of supplies for children in need. How to Help: Cash or supplies can be donated at Village Hall in […]
we were just featured on Fox 8 for our cute little story time with K-9 Officer Revan.
Corporal Amy Mengay is retiring from the Woodmere Police Force and following her dream to move to Alaska at the end of the summer. The Woodmere community would like to thank her for her dedication, involvement in the community and years of service. Police Chief Sheila Mason sends her well wishes and shares the positive […]
Looks like it was a fun visit with Mayor Ben Holbert, Precinct Committee Member Nakeshia Nickerson and Officer Dotson and K-9 Revan at Moreland Hills Elementary School!
Last night Chief Mason and Mayor Holbert had the honor of swearing in the Village’s first-ever K-9 Officer. Mayor Holbert read Revan his vow of duty and even got a paw print signature to make it official, as a crowd and news media looked on. Revan was also joined by “big brother” K-9’s from surrounding […]
The Woodmere Police Department wants to thank everyone who participated in the “Fill the Cruiser” food drive this December. All donated non-perishable food items were delivered to the St. Augustine Hunger Center in Cleveland on Friday, December 21st. This year’s food drive has a very special meaning behind it. Woodmere Village Police Department Sgt. Christopher Colon suggested […]
Today the Woodmere Police Department was honored to support Patrol Officer Victoria Bitenbender as she became a U.S. citizen and took her naturalization oath. Many officers along with Chief Sheila Mason were at the ceremony on November 2. Bitenbender immigrated to the U.S. with her father in 2007 and says, “It was the most […]
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In memory of those who have lost their battle and in honor of those currently fighting theirs, as well as the many Survivors, Woodmere Police are raising money by selling our pink patch key chain for $5.00 throughout the month. We are also collecting any additional donations you may […]