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08/31/2004 08/31/2004

The Portland Police Bureau has just received and reviewed the Independent Police Review Division’s 2003 Annual Report, which outlines complaints and commendations received regarding the conduct of Portland Police Officers.*-..
News Releases Independent Police Review
06/11/2004 Suspect Indicted In January Shooting Case  

On June 9, 2004, a Multnomah County Grand Jury indicted 19-year-old Marcus A. Davis for the January 16, 2004, shooting of 27-year-old Jermaine A. Owens.*-..
News Releases Indictments
03/06/2003 Chief Kroeker issues statement regarding investigation

On March, 6, 2003, Chief Kroeker issued the following statement "On January 24, 2002, two off-duty Portland Police officers were involved in an assault on a man at a Portland nightclub.*-..
News Releases Internal Investigation
01/19/2003 Intimidation Charges Against Four Young White Males

Shortly after 1:00 in the morning, on Sunday, January 19, 2003, several "shots-fired" calls were reported in the area of Northeast Portland, west of Martin Luther King Jr.*-..
News Releases Intimidation Charges
10/26/2007 Investigation Leads to Plea for Official Misconduct

INVESTIGATION LEADS TO PLEA FOR OFFICIAL MISCONDUCT On Friday, October 26, 2007, Matthew Kohnke, a 33-year-old, 9-year member of the Police Bureau, pled guilty to Official Misconduct and resigned from the Police Bureau as the result of a criminal investigation that began earlier this year.*-..
News Releases Investigation
07/14/2009 IPR Follow-Up Report on Use of Force by Portland Police  

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News Releases IPR
09/16/2002 Crime Stoppers For The Week of September 16, 2002  

Portland Police, in cooperation with Crime Stoppers, are asking for your help in identifying and apprehending con artists who are African-American and appear to be targeting senior African-Americans in a scam known as "The Jamaican Switch." Since August 21st of this year, Portland Police have taken three reports from people in Northeast Portland who have fallen victim to the scam.*-..
Crime Stoppers Jamaican Switch
11/13/2003 Crime Stoppers for the Week of November 10, 2003  

Portland Police, in cooperation with Crime Stoppers, are asking for your help in identifying and apprehending con-artists currently working the Jamaican Switch Scam.*-..
Crime Stoppers Jamaican Switch Scam
02/08/2006 January Community Policing News  

Please open the attachment to view this month's Community Policing News.*-..
Portland Police News January Community Policing News
01/26/2005 Community Policing News  

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Portland Police News January Issue
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