May 2018 Promise Newsletter

The Promise is chock full of articles recapping the outcome of events and news items of interest and inspiration.

Remembering Our Fallen… March

Remembering officers who have died in Marches past…. we have their stories from the oldest fatality, Patrolman William P. Armstrong, d. March 9, 1919, to the most recent, Patrol Officer James Kerstetter, who died in 2010. Patrolman William P. Armstrong, d. March 9, 1919 Patrolman William P. Armstrong, was appointed to the Cleveland Police DepartmentRead More

Remembering Our Fallen… April

Remembering officers who have died in Aprils past…. we have their stories from the oldest fatality, Night Watchman Rupert Becker, d. April 10, 1916, to the most recent, Patrol Officer David Smith, d. April 15, 1998. Night Watchman Rupert Becker, d. April 10, 1916 In the early 20th Century, the Village of Amherst was aRead More

Remembering Our Fallen… February

Remembering officers who have died in Februaries past…. we have their stories from the oldest fatality, Detective William Hulligan, d. February 8, 1887, to the most recent, Police Officer Jonathan Bastock, who died in 2011.

Remembering Our Fallen… January

Remembering officers who have died in Januaries past…. we have their stories from the oldest fatality, Patrolman James H. Stedman, d. January 25, 1905, to the most recent, Patrol Officer David J. Fahey Jr., who died in 2017.

Remembering Our Fallen… November/December

Remembering officers who have died in November and December in years past…. we have their stories from the oldest fatality, Watchman John Osborne, d. December 1, 1853, to the most recent EOW, Sergeant Michael W. Muzychenko, d. November 25, 1997.

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Remembering Our Fallen… October

Twelve area officers have died in October in years past. We have their stories, from the oldest fatality, Patrolman Walter Pruehs in 1920, to the most recent EOW, Patrolman George M. Brentar, in 2007.

The Promise Newsletter

Read The Spring 2014 Promise Newsletter

Please click to view the current issue of “The Promise,” the newsletter of the GCPOMS, now available. This issue is full of great information about the upcoming Police Memorial Commemoration which begins next week in Cleveland as well as important general news and information. We encourage our members to submit articles for “The Promise” newsletter. “ThePromise” and GCPOMS reserves theRead More