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Police Programs for the Public

The Chagrin Falls Police Department offers several safety and informational programs.


Officers With Kids At Safety Town

Safety Pup, a rather large ‘pup’ who teaches children about various safety issues has been seen all over town from the elementary schools to the Metro Parks and safety town. Children adore him and are always asking if they can take him home!

Safety Town is a program that has been offered to kindergarten aged children from several years by the Chagrin Falls Police Department. This program teaches children about bicycle and pedestrian safety. It also addresses the emergency 911 and when and how to use it.

2017 Safety Town Registration Form

Bike Safety – Educational Programs designed to provide youth with information on traffic issues and the proper use of helmets when riding. There is a free community Bike Rodeo each year in May.

Bike Patrol – A crime prevention and community relations initiative that provides accessibility to officers on bicycles to patrol more ground than foot patrols. This promotes good public relations as well as excellent patrol coverage.


Teaching Turn Signals At Bike Rodeo

 CF-Police Car

Interested Adults Can Request Ride Alongs

High School Senior Projects – In order to provide the best possible educational experience to high school seniors the Chagrin Falls Police Department in cooperation with the Chagrin Falls School system provides an internship for students interested in law enforcement or criminal justice studies.

Police/Citizen Ride Along – Citizens ride with law enforcement officers during their duty hours to gain a better understanding of the patrol officers and the role they play in making communities safer.


If you would like information regarding any of these programs please contact the Chagrin Falls Police Department at 440-247-7321.