5555 Powers Blvd.
Parma, Ohio 44129
P: 440.887.7300 Ext: 7228
The City of Parma Police Department


New Recruits 12-13-10

On Monday Dec. 13, 2010 the Parma Auxiliary Police welcomed 4 new recruits. Timothy Habert Sr. #941, Rich Lavey#970, Christopher Minek #938, and Viorel Psepolschi #936. These new recruits are at various stages of the ATO and FTO training. The unit now has 44 Auxiliary Police Officers.

Child ID Equipment

The Parma Auxiliary Police unit participates in safety fairs through the year. The Auxiliary Officers pass out safety literature and create Child ID kits. These kits contain fingerprints, a photo and physical description of a child that can help law enforcement agencies locate a missing child.

The Parma Auxiliary Police Unit has purchased new equipment for producing Child ID kits. The new equipment will produce an ID card about the size of a drivers license that will have a photo, fingerprint and physical description of the child printed on it. The back of the card will have safety tips for parents to review with their child.

This new equipment will speed up the process of making a Child ID kit, allowing us to serve more families at the Safety Fairs. Parents can carry the Child ID card with them and quickly give the information to law enforcement should their child go missing.

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