Want to get updates on arrests, burglaries and other information from Cleveland Heights Police Chief Jeffrey Robertson? Just log onto Facebook.
The Cleveland Heights Police Department has expanded its social media reach — it launched a Facebook account on Tuesday. And for now, Robertson is manning the account.
Back in August, the Cleveland Heights Police Department , "ClvHtsPolice."
Originally it was meant to provide non-emergency information like reminders about the Thursday night "" program. But to provide residents with information about recent burglaries, break-ins, arrests and wanted suspects.
“As a police department, you got to have input from the community as to what is occurring in the city,” Robertson said in August when the Twitter account launched. “If we don’t have that, we’re not going to be able to function as well as we should.”
The official page is called "Cleveland Heights Police." Robertson said to make sure you're on the correct site — there's another page out there called "Cleveland Heights Police Department."
Once the city website is updated and , the department will provide more information there, too.