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04/04/2013 PPB to Hold News Conference on Officer-Involved

On Thursday, April 4, 2013, at 2 p.m., the Police Bureau will hold a news conference regarding the officer-involved shooting that occurred on March 4, 2013, at a parking garage located at Northeast 7th Avenue and Lloyd Boulevard.*-..
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04/02/2015 PPB to Host 3rd Annual Summer Camp for Kids

The Portland Police Bureau, with the assistance of the Camp Rosenbaum Fund and other local partners, will host its 3rd annual summer camp June 15 to 19 for local youth.*-..
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05/10/2011 PPB to House Prescription Drug Drop Box

On Wednesday, May 11, 2011, at 10:30 a.m. at East Precinct, Chief Michael Reese and members of the Office of Neighborhood Involvement will unveil the first prescription drug drop box to be located in a Portland Police precinct. The Office of Neighborhood Involvement's Crime Prevention Program and the Portland Police Bureau have partnered to provide a permanent prescription drug disposal option for the community.*-..
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08/27/2010 PPB to Provide Enhanced DUII Enforcement

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The Portland Police Bureau's Traffic Division is joining law enforcement agencies throughout Oregon and the rest of the country, by conducting increased impaired driving enforcement from now through Labor Day weekend (September 3-6). The effort is dedicated to high visibility enforcement and DUII investigation to reduce roadway fatalities.*-..
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05/19/2006 PPB Traffic Division Takes Part in Safety Belt Campaign

On Monday, May 22, 2006, Portland Police Traffic Division Officers will take part in the national seat belt enforcement, “3 Flags Safety Belt Campaign.” The campaign will continue through June 4, 2006, with the goal of saving more lives by convincing non-seat belt users and part-time seat belt users to buckle everyone up, on every trip.*-..
News Releases Traffic Division Participates in Safety belt Campaign
05/19/2006 PPB Traffic Division Takes Part in Safety Belt Campaign

On Monday, May 22, 2006, Portland Police Traffic Division Officers will take part in the national seat belt enforcement, “3 Flags Safety Belt Campaign.” The campaign will continue through June 4, 2006, with the goal of saving more lives by convincing non-seat belt users and part-time seat belt users to buckle everyone up, on every trip.*-..
News Releases Traffic Division Participates in Safety Belt Campaign
09/18/2014 PPB Training Complex Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Today (Reminder)

Police Bureau Invites Community to See New Training Complex

The remodel of the Portland Police Bureau's Training Complex is reaching the completion stage and the Bureau will celebrate with two special events: On Thursday, September 18, 2014, at noon, Mayor Charlie Hales and Chief Michael Reese will join with other elected officials, city leaders and community members for a special ribbon cutting ceremony.*-..
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10/19/2010 PPB Warns of Traffic Delays

Portland Police want to alert Portland area motorists of traffic delays that will occur tomorrow, Wednesday, October 20, 2010, due to President Obama's visit to the City of Portland.*-..
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05/16/2014 PPB Youth Camp Still Has Openings

Spaces are still available in the Portland Police Bureau's 2nd annual Youth Summer Camp, June 16-20, 2014.*-..
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12/10/2014 PPB Youth Division Hosts Target Heroes and Helpers

The Portland Police Bureau Youth Services Division and Target(TM) will co-host "Heroes and Helpers" on Friday, December 12, 2014, at the Target at Jantzen Beach 1400 N Jantzen Ave, Portland, OR 97217 from 7:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m.

Portland Police Officers will escort children to the store and assist the youth with selection of clothing, school supplies, or toys for Christmas.*-..
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