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10/26/2002 Suspect drops from sixth floor balcony during arrest

SUSPECTS DROPS FROM SIXTH FLOOR BALCONY DURING ATTEMPED ARREST On Saturday, October 26, 2002, at 1:40 a.m., 26-year-old Russell Stoneking was transported to OHSU Hospital after he dropped from the sixth floor balcony of the Vintage Plaza Hotel located in the 400 block of SW Broadway in Downtown Portland.*-..
News Releases Officer involved shooting
04/14/2002 BURGLARY SUSPECT AND OFFICER IDENTIFIED

The suspect has been identified as 29-year-old Anthony Utah-Zona Beck.*-..
News Releases Officer involved shooting
03/06/2002 CHIEF KROEKER INFORMS PUBLIC ON SHOOTING INCIDENT

At 4:30 p.m., on March 6, 2002, Portland Police Chief Mark A. Kroeker will hold a news conference and release the results of the criminal investigation into the death of Byron Hammick.*-..
News Releases Officer Involved Shooting
02/22/2002 SUSPECT SHOT AND KILLED WHILE ASSAULTING CHILD

At 3:14 a.m. on February 22, 2002, Portland Police officers shot and killed 26-year-old Byron Clay Hammick in room 222 of the Motel 6 located in the 3100 block of SE Powell Blvd.*-..
News Releases Officer involved Shooting
10/15/2002 Officers receive recognition for commitment to elderly

TWO OFFICERS RECEIVE RECOGNITION FOR COMMITMENT TO HELPING THE ELDERLY On October 16, 2002, at 11:30 a.m., Multnomah County's Aging and Disability Services, located at 421 SW Hawthorne Street, will recognize Portland Police Officers Gloria Lewis and Judy McFarlane for their commitment to elderly people in Portland.*-..
News Releases Officer's receive award for commitment to the community
11/29/2005 Chief Foxworth Announces Organizational Improvements

CHIEF FOXWORTH ANNOUNCES A SERIES OF SIGNIGICANT ORGANIZATIONAL IMPROVEMENT INITATIVES On Wednesday, November 30, 2005, at 11:00 am, in the 14th floor conference room of the Justice Center, located at 1111 Southwest 2nd Avenue, Chief Derrick Foxworth will announce a series of significant organizational improvement initiatives designed to increase accountability and ensure that the Police Bureau remains in line with or ahead of best practices for law enforcement agencies throughout the United States.*-..
News Releases Organizational Improvements
08/15/2005 REGISTRATION AVAILABLE FOR FOOTBALL CAMP

Date: August 15, 2005 Contact: Maura White: 503-823-0250, or pager: 503-299-5892 News Release REGISTRATION IS STILL AVAILABLE FOR YOUTH WHO WANT TO PLAY FOOTBALL: TACKLE FOOTBALL PRACTICE BEGINS IN PORTLAND, GRESHAM AND TROUTDALE More than 700 youth are expected to register for PAL’s tackle football program this season, and rivalries between the inner-city teams and nearby suburbs reach down into the elementary and middle school youth programs.*-..
News Releases PAL Camp
07/17/2002 Portland Police and Parks Enter Inter-Agency Partnership

Youth Learn While They Earn: On July, 16, 2002, Portland Police Bureau Chief Mark Kroeker and City of Portland Commissioner Jim Francesconi signed the Joint Partnership agreement for the Park Ranger Trainees Program.*-..
News Releases PARK RANGER TRAINEES PROGRAM
04/25/2007 Crime Stoppers Week of 04/23/07  

The Portland Police Bureau, in cooperation with Crime Stoppers, is asking for your help in identifying a Parkrose burglary suspect caught on tape.*-..
Crime Stoppers Parkrose Burglary suspect
07/07/2005 Police Bureau Increases Patrols on Transit System

POLICE BUREAU INCREASES PATROLS ON TRANSIT SYSTEM Along with the rest of the nation, the Portland Police Bureau has been following this morning’s terrorist attack in London, England.*-..
News Releases Patrol Deployment
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