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Oregon Governor Calls on Feds to Act Against Armed Group

January 22, 2016
Oregon's governor said she's frustrated with the way federal authorities are handling an armed group's continued occupation of a national wildlife refuge and it's time to end it.

FLEOA Responds to Armed Seizure of Federal Land in Oregon

January 5, 2016
In response to armed occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon, FLEOA National President Nathan Catura issued the following statement.

In Oregon, Law Enforcement Faces Dilemma in Confronting Armed Group

January 4, 2016
The F.B.I. said in a statement that while state and local agencies would remain involved in the episode in rural Harney County, the bureau would take the lead. The law enforcement presence in the area appeared to be minimal, and no effort was made to keep the occupiers of buildings at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge from coming and going as they pleased.

Oregon Department Buys Family Gifts Instead of Holding Union Christmas Party

December 28, 2015
Members of the North Bend (OR) Police Department voted to cancel their police officers union Christmas party so they could instead use the funds to buy gifts for a family in need

Portland Launches 'Having Enough Police Matters' Campaign

October 8, 2015
The "Having Enough Police Matters'' campaign is intended to pressure City Hall to provide more funding to the Portland Police Bureau to hire more rank-and-file officers.

Oregon Campus Shooter Killed Himself

October 5, 2015
The shooter behind the deadly rampage at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, apparently committed suicide after exchanging gunfire with officers, Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin said.

Video: Army Vet Shot 7 Times Trying to Stop Oregon College Shooter

October 2, 2015
"He ran to the library and pulled the alarms and he was telling people to run, grabbing people, telling them, 'You just have to go,'" witness Hannah Miles said.

Army Vet Shot 7 Times Trying to Stop Oregon College Shooter

October 2, 2015
"He ran to the library and pulled the alarms and he was telling people to run, grabbing people, telling them, 'You just have to go,'" witness Hannah Miles said. More Here.

Video: Sheriff Revises Casualty Count in Oregon College Shooting, Refuses to Name Shooter

October 2, 2015
Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin said at least two responding officers acted heroically in a shootout with the gunman, but it was not clear if the gunman was killed by authorities or whether he took his own life.

Sheriff Revises Casualty Count in Oregon College Shooting, Refuses to Name Shooter

October 2, 2015
Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin said at least two responding officers acted heroically in a shootout with the gunman, but it was not clear if the gunman was killed by authorities or whether he took his own life. More Here.

Umpqua Community College Considered Armed Guard, Dismissed Idea

October 2, 2015
Olson, a former deputy sheriff in Massachusetts, said the discussion about an armed guard had not been prompted by a particular threat. But he said there was a general fear of potential violence. He told the Times he did not believe a guard could stop a gunman.

Police Say 13 Dead in Mass Shooting at Oregon Community College, Suspect Dead

October 1, 2015
Oregon State Police report 13 people are dead in a mass shooting at Umpqua Community College near Roseburg. The suspect is one of the dead, according to 911 dispatch.

Oregon Officer Shoots Man Stabbing His Partner

July 7, 2015
An officer being attacked by a man with a knife used his hand to protect his heart before his partner shot the suspect and held him at gunpoint, according to the Portland Police Bureau.

Oregon Campus Officer Honored for Saving Life

June 4, 2015
Officer Adam Lillengreen, who patrols the university’s campus area, was presented the lifesaving award by the Eugene Police Department at the department’s annual awards ceremony — his second such award in seven years working in law enforcement.

Oregon Deputy Killed in ATV Accident On Duty

April 22, 2015
Dep. Gil Datan died Monday afternoon in rugged terrain on timber lands after county officials believe he rolled his ATV as he attempted to navigate a steep embankment.

Teen Arrested After Shots Fired in Front of Ore. Police Station

March 16, 2015
A 16-year-old boy is accused of firing at a rival gang member in front of the Portland Police Bureau's East Precinct.

Benchmade Sponsors Mountain Rescue Association

February 20, 2015
Benchmade Knife Company, manufacturer of premium sports cutlery for over 26 years, has announced its sponsorship of the Mountain Rescue Association (MRA) as its first Platinum Level Sponsor.

Oregon Agency's New Mental Health Crisis Response Policy Urges De-escalation

January 6, 2015
The Portland (Ore.) Police Bureau has drafted a much-expanded policy that stresses the need for officers to recognize behaviors "characteristic'' of mental illness and safely de-escalate encounters.

Video: Anti-Police Protesters Crash World War II Vet's Medal Ceremony

January 5, 2015
100-year-old U.S. Navy vet Dario Raschio was supposed to be presented with medals by Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR), but soon after the meeting began, more than 100 protesters emerged, shouting "hands-up, don't shoot!" and "I can't breathe!"

Anti-Police Protesters Crash World War II Vet's Medal Ceremony

January 5, 2015
100-year-old U.S. Navy vet Dario Raschio was supposed to be presented with medals by Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR), but soon after the meeting began, more than 100 protesters emerged, shouting "hands-up, don't shoot!" and "I can't breathe!" More Here.
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