Cuyahoga County “Top Cops”

On January 26, 2019, Cuyahoga County OVI Reduction Task Force recognized police officers for their outstanding efforts in keeping our roads safe.  The Cuyahoga County OVI Task Force is a multi-jurisdictional coalition of 45 law enforcement agencies dedicated to making Northeast Ohio roads safer for all of us.  The OVI Reduction Task Force is a countywide partnership led by University Hospitals of Cleveland. The mission of the task force is the reduction of impaired drivers and the continuing education of the harm that can be caused by impaired driving. According to the national Highway Safety Administration, nearly 30 people die every day in drunk driving crashes across the United States.

MADD would like to congratulate all the officers on receiving an award for their efforts in reducing OVI-related accidents. Their efforts surely saved lives and prevented alcohol-related traffic tragedies in our community.

It takes Officers like:

Ptl. Gregory Engel – Bay Village

Ptl. David Kempski – Bedford

Ptl. Justin Carey – Berea

Prl. Tieber – Broadview Heights

Ptl. Mike Jaklitch – Brookpark

Ptl. Marcus Jone – Cleveland

Eric Joyce – Cuyahoga Sheriff’s Office

Ptl. John Foran – Euclid

Lt. David Bailey – Garfield Heights

Ptl. Joshua Gebler – Highland Heights

Ptl. Derrek Jividen – Maple Heights

Ptl. Matthew Mikolay – Mayfield Heights

Ptl. Dennis Santiago – Middleburg Heights

Ptl. Joshua White – Moreland Hills

Ptl. Laura Park – Moreland Hills

Ptl. Joe LaVaglio – Newburgh Heights

Ptl. Jack Butcher – North Olmsted

Ptl. Justin  Herrera – Oakwood

Trooper Richard Suda – Ohio State Highway Patrol

Ptl. Dan Daugherty – Olmsted Falls

Ptl. Michael Samijlenko – Parma

Ptl. Andrew Fischer – Parma Heights

Ptl. Mike Asbury – Rocky River

Sgt. Jason Greenaway – Seven Hills

Ptl. Ben Ward – Shaker Heights

Ptl. Anthony Horvath – Solon

Ptl. James Patrick – South Euclid

Ptl. Derek Apo – Strongsville

Sgt. Adam Scherrer – Warrensville Heights

Ptl. Chris Johnson – Westlake

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On behalf of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) we want to thank all the officers for making the roads safer so people in the community can do what they love with the ones they love.

Congratulations again on the outstanding efforts you do to keep our roads safe!!