On Monday, April 2, 2012, seven Cleveland Police Patrol officers and two Firefighters will be called back to full duty from layoff. Mayor Frank G. Jackson will administer the oath of office to our returnees at 8:00 am at City Hall. We are so happy to have each and every one of them back!
NO…THIS IS NOT A BEER AD…The Budweiser Clydesdales are spending some time with @clepolice horses. The Clydesdales will be participating in activities including the Cleveland Indians opening day. Our Mounted Unit is located at 1150 East 38th Street and the horses may be seen by the public 9-5 any day through April 6th! While you’re there, check out ways you can become a sponsor and contribute to the Cleveland Police Mounted Unit! http://ow.ly/i/xkpp http://ow.ly/9XLLa
The Cleveland Division of Police is proud to announce the appointment of Lieutenant James McPike as the Officer In Charge of the Special Victim’s Section of the division which consists of the Sex Crimes and Child Abuse Unit and the Domestic Violence Unit. We are confident that he will run the section efficiently. McPike holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and has completed numerous courses relating to investigations.
James McPike was appointed to the Cleveland Division of Police on June 5, 1995. As a patrolman he worked both in the Basic Patrol section and in Operation Fresh Start. In 2002, McPike was assigned as a Detective in the Sex Crimes and Child Abuse Unit. In 2008, he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and after supervising officers in the Fourth District was assigned as a supervisor in the Domestic Violence Unit.
James McPike was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant on March 2, 2012. McPike spent many years as both a Detective and a Supervisor in the Special Victim’s Section making him uniquely qualified to oversee this section of the division. He is a proven investigator with a compassionate nature allowing him to interview victims of crimes of a sensitive nature effectively.
Welcome, Lieutenant McPike!
Tonight at Westpark Station From 7-10pm Celebrity Bartending! Come out and have DC Tomba pour you an Irish Car Bomb! http://ow.ly/i/xao9
Attempted Kidnapping of a 15 year old girl this morning. Please remind our kids of some SAFETY TIPS: Don’t walk alone, be mindful of your surroundings, do not be distracted via cell phones, texting, headphones, etc. http://ow.ly/9V8Ck