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11/24/2009 Statement From Commissioner Saltzman

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11/30/2009 Statement from Commissioner Saltzman and Chief Siz

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03/30/2012 Statement from Mayor Sam Adams and Police Chief Mike Reese Regarding Frashour Arbitrator Ruling

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The City of Portland and the Portland Police Bureau have been informed by Arbitrator Jane Wilkinson that she has ruled in favor of the grievant, Ron Frashour, who was terminated from the Portland Police Bureau on November 16, 2010, following the January 29, 2010 shooting of Aaron Campbell.*-..
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11/22/2011 Statement from Police Chief Mike Reese

After careful consideration, I've decided that I can best serve the community and the Portland Police Bureau by remaining the Chief of Police.*-..
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11/21/2011 Statement from Police Chief Mike Reese

In interviews with KGW and KPTV on Thursday afternoon, I stated that a call involving a rape victim had not been handled by officers for three hours due to police resources being tied up with Occupy Portland.*-..
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07/01/2010 Statement on the Al Gore Investigation

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“This past August, the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) learned that 39-year-old Ali Khaled Steitiye, a convicted felon, was attempting to fraudulently obtain an assault weapon.*-..
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10/10/2006 Statement Regarding Grand Jury Delay

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06/23/2010 Statement/Reports on Gore Allegations

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11/17/2011 Steel Bridge Open Only For TriMet and Rail Traffic

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This morning, Thursday November 17, 2011, the Portland Police Bureau has closed the Steel Bridge to all pedestrian, bicycle and vehicle traffic due to concerns about protesters attempting to interfere with bridge operations. The bridge will remain open for all TriMet bus and MAX service as well as freight and passenger rail service. All pedestrians, bicycle riders and private vehicles are encouraged to use alternate routes this morning or to use TriMet. Commuters during the morning hours should expect congestion at the Steel Bridge and streets leading to the Steel Bridge.*-..
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