Courtwatch: Helping Victims and the Justice System
216.664.3294 or 216.664.3290 - Weekdays 8 am to 5 pm - 601 Lakeside Ave., Room 11
Courtwatch representatives are the “watchdogs" of the community because they help victims and neighbors monitor court cases while establishing a visible presence during trials. Courtwatch gives Clevelanders the opportunity to learn how the criminal justice system works, who the judges are, and what sentences are imposed.
Courtwatch recruits and trains community volunteers to attend hearings and trials. These volunteers report basic information and give impressions of the performances of judges and prosecutors.
Courtwatchers show victims that they have community support. By making a statement to criminals that crime will not be tolerated they also support police, prosecutors, and judges who apprehend and punish those that harm others.
Vehicle Damage Claims
216.664.2671 - Weekdays 8 am to 5 pm - 601 Lakeside Ave.
For claims concerning property damage other than vehicle damage, claimants must submit:
Itemized list of property damages with completed claim form
A description of each item with quantity, brand name, serial number, date of purchase (or age of item) and purchase price
Bills, receipts, and estimates concerning the described property
Insurance: claimant must provide information about any applicable insurance, including a copy of the declaration page.
Special Notice Regarding Insurance: If a claimant has insurance that covers a claim, the City is not required to pay any amount covered by insurance, but will reimburse a claimant for the amount of the deductible. If a claimant states that there is no insurance coverage, the City will not process the claim without adequate proof that no insurance policy could possibly pay the claim. Claims should be submitted to the Department of Law, 601 Lakeside Ave. Cleveland, OH 44114
Cleveland City Hall 601 Lakeside Ave Cleveland, Ohio 44114 Weekdays 8am-5pm
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