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09/19/2006 PPB Homocide Detectives Investigate Death in NE Portland

On September 17, 2006, at approximately 6:45 p.m., 42-year-old James Phillip Chasse died while receiving medical treatment after being taken into custody by Portland Police Officers and a Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office Deputy.*-..
News Releases PPB Homocide Detectives Investigate Death in NE Portland
09/08/2006 Safety Belt Campaign

On Monday, September 11, 2006, Portland Police Traffic Division Officers will join with law enforcement agencies throughout Oregon, Washington and British Columbia in participating in the grant-funded “3 Flags Safety Belt Campaign.” The enhanced patrols, which are part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s “Click it or Ticket It ” campaign, will continue through September 24, 2006.*-..
News Releases News release
09/07/2006 INTRUDER KILLED BY SOUTHEAST PORTLAND HOMEOWNER

On Wednesday, September 6, 2006, at 6:51 p.m., Southeast Precinct Officers responded to a “premise check” call in the 7900 block of Southeast Alder Street.*-..
News Releases Homicide Investigation
09/05/2006 Portland Police Conduct School Safety Missions

Starting September 6, 2006, and continuing every weekday for the next two weeks, officers from all five precincts, the Traffic Division, the Transit Police Division, and the School Police Division will participate in a citywide school safety mission.*-..
News Releases Back To School Enforcement Missions
08/29/2006 Kids Shop for Back to Schools Clothes

KIDS TO “SHOP WITH A COP” FOR BACK TO SCHOOL CLOTHES (JOHNSON CREEK FRED MEYER, 8955 SE 82nd) On Wednesday, August 30, 2006, from 7:00 a.m. to 10 a.m., Portland Police Bureau officers will donate their time to take children shopping for back-to-school clothes at the Johnson Creek Fred Meyer, located at 8955 SE 82nd Avenue.*-..
News Releases Shop With A Cop
08/28/2006 Armed Robbery Suspect shot by Police During Foot Pursuit

ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECT SHOT BY POLICE DURING FOOT PURSUIT On Monday, August 28, 2006, a 35-year-old, three year veteran of the Portland Police Bureau shot 44-year-old Scott Vincent Suran during a foot pursuit in Clackamas County.*-..
News Releases Officer Involved Shooting
08/26/2006 Police Bureau Encourages Portlanders to Donate Blood

POLICE BUREAU ENCOURAGES PORTLANDERS TO DONATE BLOOD In the past few weeks, a healthy 13-year veteran of the Portland Police Bureau became unexpectedly ill and was diagnosed with liver disease.*-..
News Releases Blood Drive
08/25/2006 Bike Rodeo Teaches Youth Safety Sills

On Saturday, August 26, 2006, from 10 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., at the East Portland Community Center, located at 740 SE 106th Avenue, the Portland Police Bureau and Portland Police Foundation are inviting children to participate in a youth safety bicycle rodeo.*-..
News Releases Community Event
08/24/2006 Citizen Police Academy

POLICE BUREAU SEEKS PORTLANDERS FOR CITIZENS ACADEMY The Portland Police Bureau is seeking individuals interested in attending the 2006 Citizen Police Academy.*-..
News Releases Citizens Police Academy
08/11/2006 Golf Tournament supports PAL Youth Center

Local Golf Tournament to support the Police Activities League Youth Center The Police Activities League of Greater Portland is hosting its 5th Annual PAL Benefit Golf Tournament, Thursday, September 21, 2006 at Langdon Farms Golf Club in Aurora, Oregon, 24377 NE Airport Road.*-..
News Releases Police Activities League
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