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Portland's New Chief Introduced by Mayor

Resch said she’s dedicated to working to stem gun violence and traffic-related deaths, speeding up hiring to fill a growing number of officer vacancies, working to hold officers accountable, improving trust in the city and continuing to seek help from outside agencies as Portland braces for large protests in this upcoming election year.

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CentralSquare Introduces Audit Proof

The Linn County (OR) Sheriff's Office has implemented CentralSquare Audit Proof, a cloud-hosted solution designed to help law enforcement agencies gain valuable insight into their staff's National Crime Information Center (NCIC) activity.

Oregon Supreme Court Places Limits on Police Questions at Traffic Stops

The Oregon Supreme Court issued a decision late last week that places restrictions on officers' ability to question occupants of vehicles at traffic stops.

Oregon Agency Investigating How Blue Line Flag Sticker Got on Squad Car

An officer with the Portland (OR) Police Department faces possible disciplinary action after someone posted to social media an image of the rear of a squad car, if the person who did it is ever identified.

Oregon Grand Jury Clears Officer in Shooting of Knife-Wielding Assailant

Oregon Grand Jury Clears Officer in Shooting of Knife-Wielding Assailant

2 Oregon Deputies Shot by Suspected Gun Thief

Two deputies with the Washington County (OR) Sheriff's Office were reportedly shot on Thursday evening as they engaged an individual who was suspected of stealing guns from a home in the Hagg Lake area.

OR Woman Charged with Attacking Officer with His Baton

Angela Dunson, of Portland, was transported to the hospital and treated for injuries suffered in the crash in Southeast Portland on Friday evening before being turned over to the Multnomah County Detention Center.

Facing Officer Shortage Portland Chief Relaxes Education Standards for Recruits

The bureau has 128 officer vacancies and hasn’t been able to fill them as fast as veterans are retiring, with another large wave of retirements expected in August 2020.

Oregon Trooper Receives National Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor Award

Trooper Nic Cederberg with the Oregon State Police was awarded a National Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor on Wednesday during a White House ceremony hosted by President Donald Trump. The award is the highest national award for valor a public safety officer can receive.

Tourniquet, Ballistic Vest Save Life of Oregon Officer After Being Shot

An officer with the Salem (OR) Police Department is recovering after being shot several times during a traffic stop on Tuesday night.