Download: Should Police Be ‘Invited’ to Grad Parties?

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(Courtesy: MGN Online/Education News)

(Courtesy: MGN Online/Education News)

(Courtesy: MGN Online/Education News)

CLEVELAND — No doubt there will be family, friends and classmates, but is it a good idea to “invite” police officers to graduation parties?

That’s the topic for Friday’s Download.

The Bath, Copley and Richfield police departments have offered to provide a courtesy service for those hosting parties in their jurisdiction.

The departments say if the parties are registered, efforts will be made to provide extra patrols in those neighborhoods to help keep people safe.

Officers will keep an eye out for parking concerns and other issues.

Be sure to vote in the poll above and let us know what you think on our Facebook page.

To register a graduation party in Bath, click here.

To register a graduation party in Copley, call 330-666-4218 during normal business hours.

To register a graduation party in Richfield, call 330-659-9500 during normal business hours.