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06/17/2005 Police Activities League Summer Camp Programs

Police Activities League (PAL) COMMITS TO KEEPING YOUTH ACTIVE AND SAFE OFFERS LOW-COST SUMMER PROGRAMS AND JOBS FOR YOUTH The Police Activities League (PAL) of Greater Portland will kick off its Summer Camps and USDA Summer Feeding Program for 425 youth on Monday, June 20, 2005, at an energetic assembly at 9:00 a.m. at David Douglas High School (1500 SE 130th) in the gym.*-..
News Releases Police Activities League
03/29/2005 Tickets Available for PAL Fundraiser

TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE FOR POLICE ACTIVITIES LEAGUE CRUCIAL FUNDRAISING DINNER AUCTION Tickets are still available for the Police Activities League (PAL) of Greater Portland Silent & Live Auction benefiting youth programs, Saturday, April 2nd, 2005, 5:30 p.m. at the Fred Meyer Corporate Offices, 3800 SE 22nd.*-..
News Releases Police Activities League
03/14/2005 Harley Davidson Motorcycle Donated to PAL

NEWS RELEASE Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Donated from MSA to Help PAL Kids Have a Safe Summer Portland (Ore) – Join the Police Activities League of Greater Portland (PAL) on Monday, March 14, at 3:00 p.m., at the Northeast Community Policing Center, 449 N.E. Emerson, to welcome the delivery of a donated Harley-Davidson Roadster Screamin Eagle II worth more than $10,000.*-..
News Releases Police Activities League
03/14/2005 PAL Spring Break Activities

PAL SPONSORS SAFE SPRING BREAK ACTIVITIES The Police Activities League (PAL) Youth Center located at 424 N.E. 172nd is bustling with activity as the hub for Safe Haven Spring Break activities in Multnomah County.*-..
News Releases Police Activities League
07/02/2007 Rockwood Weed and Seed to Offer Ongoing Tax Preparation

Rockwood Weed and Seed to Offer Ongoing Tax Preparation Gresham, OR.*-..
News Releases Police Activities League (PAL)
03/22/2002 SPRING BREAK ENHANCED ENFORCMENT MISSIONS

From March 22, 2002 through March 31, 2002, the Portland Police Bureau will conduct a series of sweeps and missions designed to keep young people safe and enhance the safety of Portland’s neighborhoods during spring break.*-..
News Releases Police Activities League (PAL)
10/18/2005 PAL Offers Texas Hold Em Tournaments

Portland (OR) - Oregon recently passed a law that allows qualified non-profits to offer Texas Hold Em Tournaments to raise money for their programs and the Police Activities League of Greater Portland (PAL) is one of the first charities to benefit with a series of seven tournaments which kicked off October 16th.*-..
News Releases Police Activities Leaque
10/17/2008 Portland Police Detective Involved In Incident In Tigard

PORTLAND POLICE DETECTIVE INVOLVED IN INCIDENT IN TIGARD PARKING LOT On Wednesday, October 15, 2008, a Portland Police Bureau Sexual Assault Detective was driving an unmarked police vehicle through a parking lot in Tigard, Oregon when a juvenile male hit the car with his hand.*-..
News Releases Police Activity
01/15/2008 Officers and Citizens Receive Police Bureau Awards

CHIEF SIZER PRESENTS AWARDS TO CITIZENS AND MEMBERS OF THE PORTLAND POLICE BUREAU On Wednesday, January 16, 2008, at 4:00 p.m., at David Douglas Performing Arts Center, located at 1400 Southeast 130th Avenue, Chief Rosie Sizer will host the Police Bureau’s annual awards ceremony.*-..
News Releases Police Bureau Awards
10/30/2002 US Marshall, FBI, and DEA deliver drug money to police

US MARSHAL, FBI, AND THE DEA TO DELIVER DRUG PROCEEDS TO THE PORTLAND POLICE BUREAU On Thursday, October 31, 2002, at 9:30 a.m., in the Chief's Conference Room on the 15th Floor of the Justice Center, Special Agent Charles Matthews III of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Marshal Dennis Merrill, and Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Portland District Office of the Drug Enforcement Administration Kenneth W. Magee will deliver approximately $293,845.85 to the Portland Police Bureau.*-..
News Releases Police Bureau receives drug proceeds
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