421 SW 6th Avenue, Suite 500, Portland, OR 97204
The CPRC brings together members of Portland’s diverse communities and its police officers to improve community and police relations, further an authentic community policing culture, and promote dignity, understanding, and respect in police and community interactions.
Meeting Notice of the
CITY of PORTLAND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION
COMMUNITY and POLICE RELATIONS COMMITTEE (CPRC)
Meeting Date and Time:
December 18, 2013 | 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Free parking is available on the south and east sides of the building and is available for committee members and guests. Parking on the west and north sides of the building is reserved for police vehicles.
There is a bus stop for Line 20 in front of the building, at 47th and Burnside. Line 19 is five blocks away at 47th and Glisan. The building is accessible, and there are two parking spots outside the front doors reserved for vehicles with disabled placards.
Proposed Agenda Forthcoming
Committee Composition: The Community and Police Relations Committee is an ongoing committee of the Portland Human Rights Commission. Membership is comprised of five Human Rights Commissioners, five community representatives, and five Police Bureau members representing different ranks within the organization. All members are appointed by the Human Rights Commission
Donita Fry, Chair, HRC
Damon Isiah Turner, HRC
Abdul Majidi, HRC
Allan Lazo, HRC
Sam Sachs, HRC
Patricia Ford, community member
María Lisa Johnson, community member
Jamie Dunphy, community member
Ken Brown, community member
Antonio Chimuku, community member
Assistant Chief Larry O'Dea, PPB
Assistant Chief Mike Crebs, PPB
Captain Chris Uehara, PPB
Sergeant Anthony Passadore, PPB
Officer Tim Evans, PPB
Captain Patrick Walsh, PPB, alternate