On Wednesday, Portland city commissioners unanimously passed a nearly $6 million plan to address gun violence in the city. None of that money will be going to the Portland Police Bureau.
Here are the main takeaways from the plan:
* Mayor Ted Wheeler will work with the Portland Police Bureau to shift resources to combat gun violence.
* The bureau will add seven new investigators to work with the Multnomah County District attorney's office.
* Community outreach groups will get the biggest chuck of the money - $4.1 million.
* Park Ranger Program will get $1.4 million to increase unarmed patrols.
The role of Portland park rangers is to patrol city parks to make sure everyone is following park rules, so that these spaces are safe for everyone to use, KPTV reports.