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Oregon Officer, Civilian Driver, Injured in Vehicle Collision

An officer with the Portland (OR) Police Department and a female civilian motorist were injured in a vehicle collision on Saturday in Southeast Portland.

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Oregon State Police Releases Video of Deadly Gunfight with Domestic Violence Suspect

Eventually, both Klamath County deputies and state police troopers stopped the SUV using a spike strip, but when Goff got out, he opened fire on them with an AK-47 rifle, according to authorities.

Oregon Officer Posts Piano Performances to Facebook During COVID-19 Outbreak

An officer with the Hillsboro (OR) Police Department has taken to posting videos of his piano playing to Facebook in what he calls the "Quarantine Cover Challenge."

Oregon Man Arrested for Theft of N95 Masks

According to a statement from the Portland Police Bureau, officers were first made aware of the theft when The Rebuilding Center, a sustainability nonprofit reported that 20 to 25 cases of N95 masks had been stolen from their center on March 6.

Portland Chief Bars Roll Calls and Classroom Training Over Coronavirus

The one thing officers need most of all isn’t happening, said Daryl Turner, head of the rank-and-file police union. “We need to be tested,” Turner said.

Oregon Man Accused of Attempted Murder of Police Officer

An Oregon man is facing multiple charges following an incident in which he allegedly opened fire on an officer with the Oregon City (OR) Police Department.

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.

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.

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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.