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09/01/2008 Portland Police Conduct School Safety Missions

PORTLAND POLICE CONDUCT SCHOOL SAFETY MISSONS Starting Tuesday, September 2, 2008, and continuing every weekday for the next two weeks, officers from all five precincts, the Traffic Division, the Transit Police Division, and School Resource officers will participate in a citywide school safety mission.*-..
News Releases Portland Police Conduct School Safety Missions
08/28/2008 Second Victim Comes Forward In Sexual Abuse Investigation

SECOND VICTIM COMES FORWARD IN SEXUAL ABUSE INVESTIGATION A second teenage female has come forward to report that she was a victim of sexual abuse by 33-year-old Askia Brown.*-..
News Releases Sexual Assault Investigation
08/26/2008 Kids Shop With A Cop For Back To School Clothes

KIDS TO “SHOP WITH A COP” FOR BACK TO SCHOOL CLOTHES (JOHNSON CREEK FRED MEYER, 8955 SE 82nd) On Wednesday, August 27, 2008, 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
08/19/2008 Overdose Leads to Search Warrants

OVERDOSE DEATH INVESTIGATION LEADS NARCOTICS INVESTIGATORS TO EXECUTE SEARCH WARRANTS On Tuesday, August 19, 2008, officers from the Portland Police Bureau Drugs and Vice Division executed search warrants in the 3200 block of Southeast Palmquist Road, 9200 block of Southeast Market Street, and 1000 block of Southeast 114th Avenue, in connection with an ongoing investigation that began with an overdose death in Northwest Portland.*-..
News Releases Narcotics Investigation
08/12/2008 Volunteers Needed for Citizen Police Academy

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR POLICE BUREAU’S CITIZEN POLICE ACADEMY The Portland Police Bureau is seeking citizens interested in attending the 2008 Citizen Police Academy scheduled to begin on September 30, 2008.*-..
News Releases Citizen Police Academy
08/08/2008 PAL Football Registration

REGISTRATION IS STILL AVAILABLE FOR YOUTH WHO WANT TO PLAY FOOTBALL: TACKLE FOOTBALL PRACTICE BEGINS IN PORTLAND 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.*-..
Amber Alerts Police Activities League
08/06/2008 Detectives recover 30,000 in stolen metal

DETECTIVES RECOVER $30,000 IN STOLEN METAL On Monday, August 4, 2008, at about 10:30 am, Northeast Precinct officers arrested 28-year-old Donald Milford and 19-year-old Derek Mayfield on two counts each on Theft in the First Degree by Receiving.*-..
News Releases Metal Theft
08/01/2008 Police and Community Work Together on Low Rider Show

POLICE AND COMMUNITY WORK TOGETHER TO CREATE A SAFE ENVIRONMENT FOR CAR SHOW In an effort to create a safe positive event for all participants and adjoining neighborhoods, the Portland Police Bureau is working in collaboration with planners and sponsors of this year’s Annual Low Rider Show, which will be held at the Portland Exposition Center on Sunday, August 3, 2008.*-..
News Releases Low Rider Show
07/29/2008 Crime Stoppers Week of 07/28/08   

The Portland Police Bureau, in cooperation with Crimes Stoppers, is asking for your help in identifying and locating fraud suspects.*-..
Crime Stoppers Fraud Suspects
07/28/2008 PAL invites the Community to Husky Alumni Open House

PAL Invites Community to Open House With Husky Alumni & Volunteers Youth and families are cordially invited to attend the PAL Open House and Husky Field Day, Saturday, August 9, 2008, at the PAL Youth Center, at 424 NE 172nd, from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. The event, hosted in partnership with the University of Washington Columbia River Chapter of the Alumni Association, is free and open to the public.*-..
News Releases Police Activities League
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