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Police Bureau Advisory Groups and Committees
Fostering awareness, redefining masculinity, and encouraging boys to be leaders in nonviolence.
Calendar of Events
Community Programs and Services
A volunteer service for victims of traumatic incidents and their families.
A voluntary registry for people with developmental disabilities or mental health disabilities who may have difficulty communicating their needs to an officer because of an acute crisis or a continuing disability.
Fostering Awareness, Demystifying Fear, and Empowering Girls to be Strong & Confident!
Help eliminate crime on your street or block.
The Cadet program is designed to acquaint young men and women with the career field of law enforcement.
A partnership between citizen volunteers and the Portland Police Bureau.
Drug Drop Box Locations and Hours
Safety Zone: Cops Talk is a program that teaches personal safety, crime prevention and police awareness to adults with developmental disabilities through a 26 lesson curriculum. It is designed to be taught by a uniformed law enforcement officer with a civ
A free program for qualifying seniors
We're fighting crime by fighting hunger.
How to volunteer with the Portland Police Bureau
Free self-defense classes and personal safety workshops
The Z-Man Scholarship was established to build upon the work and goodwill that Officer Mark Zylawy provided to the citizens of Portland for over 17 years.
A serious security vulnerability known as "Heartbleed" was recently discovered in OpenSSL, a popular software library commonly used by many websites on the internet to encrypt communication between a user's computer and a web server.
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