to actually do this, you deserve what'll happen to you in the long run.
Beginning Monday (Sept. 20), Cleveland residents who want to register their handguns can do so 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Residents can go to any one of the five police districts or make an appointment at the Downtown Services Unit at 2001 Payne Avenue.
Applicants will need to bring photo identification, specifically a government issued drivers license, passport, Ohio identification card, or military identification.
All applicants should bring all handguns unloaded and securely wrapped to the police district of their choice.(first thought: "Where you may or may not get to take them home")
And, since there has to be money involved,
When the detailed check is complete, the handgun registration office will let the applicant know to make an appointment to pay the fee and have their picture taken and to receive their registration card.
Yeah. It's voluntary, and they'd NEVER(oh no!) use the information against you, now would they?
Pointed to by Rodger