SAFETY DEPARTMENT NEWS AND EVENTS

The North Olmsted Safety Department is proud to announce several new hires as well as promotions within the North Olmsted Police and Fire Departments.

North Olmsted Police Department                                          North Olmsted Fire Department

2013 Captain Ronald Cox - Promotion                                       2013 Chief Edward Schepp- New Hire                    

2013 Officer Arthur Ventura- New Hire                                       2014 Lieutenant Brian Shlapack- Promotion

2013 Officer Oliver Wolcott- New Hire                                        2014 Lieutenant Carl Schanz- Promotion

2013 Officer James Kaminski- New Hire                                    2014 Lieutenant Dave Boatman- Promotion

2014 Sergeant Eric Morgan- Promotion                                     2014 Lieutenant Matthew O'Donnell- Promotion

2014 Officer Joseph Ganelli- New Hire

2014 Officer Hasim Welch-Bey- New Hire

2014 Officer Sean Ventrice- New Hire


A Preparedness Resource From Cuyahoga County Office of Emergency Management  

ReadyNotify is a mass notification system used by Cuyahoga County and participating municipalities to issue emergency notifications to the public. It is similar to the communication systems schools use to notify parents of closure or other time-sensitive information.

You can expect to receive notification about:

  • Emergency Events
  • Water Boil Alerts
  • Cuyahoga County Government News
  • Safety Messages
  • Cuyahoga County Building Closures
  • Other Information

You can opt to receive messages by: email, cell phone, SMS/Text Messaging, Home Phone, FAX, and/or Work Phone

For more information on ReadyNotify or learn how to register CLICK HERE 

 

 


               BE A LIFE SAVER  

North Olmsted launches PulsePoint app to save lives by encouraging the public to start CPR!

 

The PulsePoint app improves community response to sudden cardiac arrest victims by notifying citizens bystanders that lifesaving cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is needed and the location of a nearby public automated external defibrillator (AED). Those within a half-mile radius who have download the app will receive a text message informing them of the incident as well as directions to the victim and nearby defibrillators. The app is activated by 911 dispatchers.

 

DOWNLOAD THE PULSEPOINT APP TODAY!