You'd be lucky if you at least have a screen that shows ACL hits on a switch.
Switches use ASIC's where statelessly forward frames so no CPU involvement.
You need CPU for logging.
If you really need logging you'll need to have this in your network design.
For example security between VLAN's that don't require logging can be routed on the core switch.
The rest need to be forwarded to a firewall.
In Cisco designs (not Meraki) you have multiple VRF's on your coreswitches and you can then have networks that need to pass an upstream firewall on different VRF's and then you don't need to stretch your layer 2 over your coreswitch which is in fact not the best design.