Euclid at a glance
Population by race and Hispanic origin
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Full-time law enforcement staff, Euclid Police DepartmentThis information is currently unavailable.
Federal grant funding for Euclid
Data was last updated November 4, 2021
We identified over $1.5M in federal grant funding, FY 2013-2023
Grant funding over time
Grant funding by federal department
|Amount||Start and end dates||Recipient and description||Awarding agency||CFDA program||Type|
|EUCLID POLICE DEPARTMENT CHP||Department of Justice Offices, Boards and Divisions||16.710 Public Safety Partnership and Community Policing Grants||Prime|
|EUCLID POLICE DEPARTMENT TECHNOLOGY ITEMS FOR THE EUCLID POLICE DEPARTMENT||Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs||16.738 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program||Sub|
|EUCLID POLICE DEPARTMENT COPS HIRING RECOVERY PROGRAM||Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs||16.710 Public Safety Partnership and Community Policing Grants||Prime|
Military equipment transfers
Data last updated January 10, 2023
$5K value of military equipment has been transferred to the Euclid Police Department
The highest-value stock number reported is SIGHT,REFLEX with 10 items valued at $371.00 each
Recent equipment transfers
|Ship date||Item and National Stock Number (NSN)||Quantity||Acquisition value, each||Acquisition value, total||DEMIL code||DEMIL IC|
|84||84 @ $16.17||$1,358.28||D||1|
|10||10 @ $371.00||$3,710.00||D||1|
Local police misconduct data, consent decrees, and settlements
Data last updated January 26, 2022
We identified 1 publicly reported settlement that resulted in $475,000.00 in monetary compensation to victims.
Lamar Wright, a Black man living in Euclid, Ohio, will drop his lawsuit against the City of Euclid after the city agreed to pay Wright $475,000. The lawsuit concerned a 2016 police encounter Wright experienced, where police tased and pepper sprayed Wright at point blank range.
During the encounter, Wright reached for his colostomy bag when police officers fired non-lethal weapons at him. Prior news investigations into the Euclid police department revealed that 20 percent of Euclid officers accounted for 80 percent of use of force incidents.