Join Pipes & Drums in celebrating their 25th Anniversary! Tickets include hors d’oeuvres, dinner, dessert, soft drinks and entertainment.
Your pledge will be multiplied by the final count of competition participants.
Join us for a full day of competition as we show our appreciation for local area law enforcement and get the chance to see exactly what each team is made of! This year’s competition benefits the Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial Society.
Motorcycle rides start from 8 NE Ohio counties and culminate at the Geauga County Fairgrounds for a car show and rib burn off! Register now.
Thanks to South-East Harley-Davison, Western Reserve, Rock N Roll City and Stinger Harley Davison for organizing the 13th Annual “Cops Ride” event which falls on Sunday, Aug. 1, 2021. This processional ride supports law enforcement: the GCPOMS, Ohio COPS and scholarships to Tri-C Police Academy.
$25 Per Participant Non-Poker Run Participant Tickets $10 at the door After party will be at Post 196, dinner and activities start at 5:30 with raffles, side boards, quickie boards, and a Chinese auction Registration starts at 10 am at the American Legion Post 196 (food will be available) First bike out at 11 am
Join the Cleveland Bikers for Charity “Back the Blue Run” this June 27th. Donations will support both Shop with a Cop and the family of Detective James Skernevitz—lost in the line of duty on September 3, 2020. Registration is over breakfast at the Grindstone Tap House between 9-11am, and kickstands are up at 11:30 for
Join us Saturday, May 22, 2021 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Double Tree Hotel, 1111 Lakeside. All are welcome, free admission, with patches badges coins & more! … And don’t forget to return to the Double Tree Saturday evening for our Fundraising Party with live entertainment, 50/50 raffle, door prizes & more! Spread the
The Police Memorial Society sponsors the Annual Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial Society Commemoration in conjunction with National Police Week and Peace Officers Memorial Day. Public events include a parade down Lakeside Avenue (“Police Memorial Way”) followed by a commemorative service at the Peace Officers Memorial. The premier event is the Cleveland International Tattoo.
The family of Cleveland Police Detective John Apanites (EOW April 1969) is asking the public to sign and share a petition to present to the patrol hearing of Apanites’ killer, Joseph McDonald.