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Department of Justice Materials and Updates

 The Portland Police Bureau (PPB) recognizes the shifting nature of police work and of what it means to be a first responder. Operating in an environment of diminished resources for community mental health, housing, and other safety net resources, Police Officers are responding to twice the number of suicide calls than 10 years ago and an ever increasing number of calls for service related to individuals in a mental health crisis. PPB recognizes that officers need to be fully prepared to meet the demands of policing in Portland today.

 

The Portland Police Bureau looks forward to continued engagement with all parties involved in the proposed DOJ settlement agreement. Information currently found on this link includes: meeting times and locations of various advisory councils and committees; an action item matrix associated with the DOJ proposed settlement; information regarding the Bureau’s Behavioral Health Unit; and DOJ-related documents, including information on training, policies and internal affairs investigations. 

 

The Portland Police Bureau will use this website as a clearinghouse of information related to the Department of Justice. Additional information, including items related to the proposed Community Outreach Advisory Board (COAB) will be added once the settlement agreement is adopted.

Updates View all »

  1. Apr 28

    March 2014 DOJ Progress Report

    This report details the first year of implementation of the Department of Justice (DOJ) agreement.

  2. Feb 21

  3. Dec 20

    DOJ Agreement Fairness Hearing Scheduled: FEB 18, 2014

    On December 19th, Federal Judge Michael Simon determined date for DOJ Agreement Fairness Hearing

  4. Dec 16

    New Police Bureau Policies

    PPB releases final drafts of new Force, Taser, and Satisfactory Performance policies

  5. Sep 20