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Police Prevent Violence Between Dueling OR Rallies

June 5, 2017
Portland, OR, police officers in riot gear prevented a full-scale clash between protest blocs by restricting access to Terry Schrunk Plaza, where Trump backers and free-speech advocates rallied for hours in a self-contained bubble within this liberal city.

Police Attacked, Property Damaged in Portland May Day Riot

May 2, 2017
Police were attacked, a patrol car was vandalized, business windows were shattered and bonfires were set in the streets during a May Day riot Monday in Portland, OR.

OR Teen was Warned by Police About Danger of Carrying Toy Gun 3 Months Before He was Killed in OIS

April 7, 2017
Three months before a Portland officer fatally shot 17-year-old Quanice Hayes, another officer had warned Hayes and another boy accused of breaking into a car that the fake gun they had could get them killed.

Portland Chief Accused of Having Lieutenant Falsify His Training Log

March 27, 2017
Portland, OR, Police Chief Mike Marshman and his executive assistant stems are being investigated over police bureau training, where his lieutenant may have signed the chief in on a log suggesting he had attended, when he had not.

Portland EMTs will No Longer Embed with Police During Protests

March 13, 2017
Portland Fire & Rescue Chief Mike Myers, responding to citizen complaints, has suspended operations of an emergency medical team deployed with police at protests since the inauguration of President Donald Trump.

ACLU Calls for Portland PD to Change Response to Trump Protests

February 22, 2017
Many observers have noticed a change in the tolerance level of police for protesters blocking streets under Mayor Ted Wheeler. Protests taking place in 2016, before Wheeler took office, included hours of blocked streets.

Video: ACLU Calls for Portland PD to Change Response to Trump Protests

February 22, 2017
Many observers have noticed a change in the tolerance level of police for protesters blocking streets under Mayor Ted Wheeler. Protests taking place in 2016, before Wheeler took office, included hours of blocked streets.

Video: Portland Police Respond Quickly to Attempt by Protestors to Shut Down City

January 26, 2017
Officers with the Portland Police Bureau quickly responded to groups of protesters gathering in the downtown area and blocking transit lines Wednesday.

Portland Police Respond Quickly to Attempt by Protestors to Shut Down City

January 26, 2017
Officers with the Portland Police Bureau quickly responded to groups of protesters gathering in the downtown area and blocking transit lines Wednesday.

Oregon Anti-Trump Protest Escalates Into 'Riot'

November 11, 2016
Thousands protesting Donald Trump's victory in the presidential election took to the streets for a third night of demonstrations and vigils in several U.S. cities, with a protest in Portland, OR, turning into a "riot."

Video: Protesters Block Streets After Portland, OR, Council Approves Police Contract

October 13, 2016
The scene devolved into a lengthy standoff, with dozens of protesters blocking traffic and light-rail trains until an estimated 75 officers in riot gear intervened.

Protesters Block Streets After Portland, OR, Council Approves Police Contract

October 13, 2016
The scene devolved into a lengthy standoff, with dozens of protesters blocking traffic and light-rail trains until an estimated 75 officers in riot gear intervened. More Here.

Guns Found in SUV of Oregon Man Suspected of Watching Police for Months

August 11, 2016
Portland, OR, police arrested a man who watched officers for months from his parked car outside the East Precinct office after finding weapons and ammunition in his SUV, they said Monday.

Portland Police Chief Retires Amid Probe into Shooting

June 28, 2016
The police chief of Portland, OR, is retiring as authorities continue to probe a hunting accident in which he mistakenly shot and injured a friend, the mayor of Portland announced Monday.

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 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.

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.

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.

Portland Settles with DOJ Over Police Use of Force

September 3, 2014
A key part of the judge's approval: The city must give him annual updates of its progress in carrying out the reforms, which could take as long as five years. The city and police union had objected to the annual check-ins, but a community group said they were necessary to hold the city and police accountable.

Video: Oregon Officer Pays Out of Pocket to Aid Homeless Family

July 17, 2014
The family had seven kids. Dad had driven back to Portland from Arizona, kids in tow, when things didn't work out down south.
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