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05/18/2014 Stolen vehicle involved in pursuit hits a police car causing minor damage

This morning, May 18, 2014, at 6:06 a.m, a North Precinct police officer located a vehicle which had been reported stolen at around 4:50 a.m. The officer attempted to stop the vehicle which fled from him.*-..
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01/07/2015 Stops Data Collection Report for 2013 Released by Police Bureau (Photo)

On January 7, 2015, the Portland Police Bureau released the latest Stops Data Collection Report, covering the 2013 stops and search data analysis.

The report has been posted to the Portland Police Bureau's webpage and can be found at https://www.portlandoregon.gov/police/article/514465

The Police Bureau anticipates that the 2014 report will be released by the end of the first quarter in 2015.

When an officer conducts a stop (traffic or pedestrian), a Stops Data Collection (SDC) form is completed at the time of the stop or immediately following the stop.*-..
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02/19/2014 Stops Data Collection Report Released by Portland Police Bureau

Today, Wednesday February 19, 2014, the Portland Police Bureau released the Stops Data Collection Report, covering the 2011 stops and search data analysis.

The report has been posted to the Portland Police Bureau's website and can be found at https://www.portlandoregon.gov/police/article/481668

This report documents the Portland Police Bureau's (PPB) follow up to the Portland State University's Criminal Justice and Policy Research Institute (CJPRI) report, "Benchmarking Portland Police Bureau Traffic Stops and Search Data," (Renauer, Henning, & Covelli, Benchmarking Portland Police Bureau Traffic Stop and Search Data, 2009). That report arose out of a request for technical assistance from the CJPRI, aimed at improving how the PPB collects and analyzes its stop and search data.

This report provides:

* A review of the recommendations made by CJPRI.
* A review of the improvements made to the stops data collection process and updated benchmarking techniques.
* The 2011 PPB stops and search data analysis.

One of the main purposes of this document is to provide a resource to those charged with facilitating or participating in discussions around racial disparities in the Portland Police Bureau's stop and search data.*-..
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05/11/2011 Store clerk shot in chest while being robbed

At approximately 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday May 10, 2011, Portland Police responded to Cigarettes Plus at 2224 North Lombard regarding reports that a woman had been shot.*-..
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02/11/2015 Stranger Danger Alert in Northeast Portland's Irvington Neighborhood

The Portland Police Bureau is asking the community to be aware of a reported incident where a stranger talked to some Irvington School students on the afternoon of Tuesday February 10, 2015.

Officers from the Youth Services Division took a report this morning about the incident that occurred on Tuesday afternoon, at approximately 3:37 p.m.

The two 10-year-old students told police that they were walking home from school and at Northeast 14th Avenue and Thompson Street, a stranger approached them and told them to come to him.

The students told police that they ran away and that they were chased by the man.*-..
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02/04/2015 Stranger Danger Alert in Northeast Portland's Irvington Neighborhood

The Portland Police Bureau is asking the community to be aware of a reported incident where a stranger tried to get two kids into his car.

On Tuesday February 3, 2015, officers assigned to the Youth Services Division responded to Irvington School, located at 1320 Northeast Brazee Street, on the report that two students reported to school staff that a stranger tried to get them into his vehicle.

A 13-year-old male student told police that he and his 5-year-old brother were walking to school on Monday (February 2) at approximately 8:15 a.m., when a man in a car pulled up along side them near Northeast 11th Avenue and Tillamook Street.*-..
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10/07/2014 Stranger Danger Alert: Suspect Grabs 13-Year-Old Girl in Northeast Portland - Victim Safe (Photo)

On Tuesday October 7, 2014, at 9:00 a.m., North Precinct officers responded to the area of Northeast 82nd Avenue and Prescott Street on the report that a stranger grabbed a 13-year-old girl on the arm and told her he was going to take her home.

Several officers responded to the area and contacted the victim who told police that she was walking from one bus stop to another when the suspect yelled out to her something similar to, "Hey, come here!" The girl refused and told the man to leave her alone.*-..
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10/08/2014 Stranger Danger Alert: Suspect Grabs 15-Year-Old Girl in East Columbia Neighborhood - Victim Safe (Photo)

On October 7, 2014, at 7:50 p.m., North Precinct officers responded to the Columbia Arboretum, located in the 10000 block of Northeast 6th Drive, on the report that a 15-year-old girl was grabbed on the arm by a stranger.

Officers arrived in the area and contacted the victim who told police that she was walking in the area when the suspect approached her from behind without speaking and grabbed her on the arms.*-..
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12/31/2013 Street closures in Entertainment District for New Year's Eve

The Portland Police Bureau would like remind the public that N.W. Couch, N.W. Davis and N.W. Everett Streets will be closed from N.W. Naito Parkway to N.W. 4th Avenue and that N.W. 2nd and N.W. 3rd Avenues will be closed from W. Burnside Blvd.*-..
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03/07/2014 Street Crimes Unit Arrests 21-Year-Old Heroin Dealer in Downtown Portland (Photo)

On March 6, 2014, the North Precinct Street Crimes Unit was following up on a neighborhood drug complaint and developed information about a possible drug dealer residing in Downtown Portland.

With the assistance of the Central Precinct Street Crimes Unit, the dealer was identified and probable cause developed for her arrest.*-..
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