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We're focusing on thoughtful conversations that we hope will inform and provide you with a small glimpse of the work performed by Portland police officers as well as issues affecting public safety in our city.
A conversation with Portland Police Chief, Chuck Lovell. It's a chance for the Chief to talk about what shaped him growing up, his experiences with the Bureau, and what service means to him.
The Portland Police Bureau continues to face critical staffing shortages; an improved interactive online dashboard offering data about shootings in the city; National Human Trafficking Awareness Month.
In this episode of NewsBeat, learn about how the Portland Police Bureau is implementing Police Reform, an update on Traffic Safety and tips to keep your package deliveries safe from thieves.
PPB continues its efforts in educating community members about the dangers of speed racing. Thieves are continuing to steal bikes during the pandemic. And an uptick in commercial burglaries.
Lieutenant Tina Jones interviews Director Bob Cozzie from the Portland Bureau of Emergency Communications, Fire Marshal AJ Jackson from Portland Fire and Rescue, and has a conversation with Chief Jami Resch.
Lieutenant Tina Jones talks to representatives from the Portland Police Bureau's Bike Theft Task Force as well as burglary and robbery detectives. She also interviews the Portland Police Bureau's Homeless Outreach liaison and sergeant from the Gun Violence Reduction Unit and chief, Jami Resch. Hear how this unusual time has affected their jobs and what it means in regard to public safety in their respective units.
The Portland Police Bureau is dedicated to protecting and serving the people of Portland. We will continue to do so during this public health emergency. Due to the ever-changing situation, PPB continues to adapt and modify our procedures to limit exposure without interrupting the high level of service provided to our community.
Lt. Tina Jones moderates a question and answer panel with various members of the Portland Police Bureau, the Sunshine Division and Chief Jami Resch regarding how COVID-19 has impacted their work.
Chief Jami Resch answers questions regarding the Police Bureau's response during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Portland Police Bureau is expanding our online reporting system; Name changes to some PPB units and divisions; The Gun Violence Reduction Team will be using door hangers; and a new K9 in our Narcotics unit.
Stephanie is the Portland Police Bureau's homeless liaison. This is a new position that was created in the 2018/2019 budget.
The Department of Justice finds the City of Portland in substantial compliance; East Precinct Officers rescue three people from a burning car; PPB celebrates Black History Month; The Bike Theft Task Force asks you to please register your bike and Mark Your Calendars for future hiring events.
The Portland Police Bureau’s Gun Violence Reduction Team (GVRT) combines police investigations, technology and relationships with the community to respond to and help prevent further violence.
In this episode: The Portland Police Bureau has a new Chief, a look at how the Gun Violence Reduction Team keeps the community safe, Precinct Spotlight: East Precinct, the Bureau's new Wellness Program and an historic badge.
On this episode of NewsBeat we talk about: Driving Under the Influence, Active Shooter Response information, Package Theft from porches and cars and tips to avoid charity fraud.
On today's episode of Talking Beat, we're discussing driving under the influence, or driving while impaired. Whether it's alcohol, illegal drugs, marijuana, driving while impaired can and has killed on the streets of Portland. It's impact is far reaching from those who are injured or killed to those who are responsible.
The Portland Police Sunshine Division provides free emergency food and clothing to people in our community. We wanted to take a closer look at this long time agency and find out why police are involved, and how people can access it's services.
November is Fraud Awareness Month, there is also an update from missions at North Precinct.
On average, nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States. During one year, this equates to more than 10 million women and men. In our own community, Portland police officers respond to domestic violence calls every day. Those calls are then turned over to a specialized unit.
This episode covers recent Traffic Missions, Street Racing, Bias Crimes and the work of the Gun Violence Reduction Team.
Go inside the Portland Police Bureau's Sexual Assault Unit to find out about sexual assaults and the innovative work that is being done.
Go behind the scenes to find out what it takes to plan for and manage a large scale demonstration in the City of Portland.
Chief Daniel Outlaw provides some perspective on how recent large scale events have affected the City of Portland and the Portland Police Bureau.
What drugs are in Portland, how do they get on our streets or in our communities, and what the members of the Drugs and Vice Division are doing about it?
Portland has three precincts, Central, East, and North precinct. Police Commanders for each precinct provide some insights into what is going on in each of their precincts and some of the creative strategies they're using to address crime
The Behavioral Health Unit coordinates the Police Bureau's response to people in behavioral crisis, whether it's from a suspected mental illness or a drug and alcohol addiction or both.
The Portland Police Bureau currently faces a critical staffing shortage. As retirements come in large waves, the bureau faces more than 100 vacancies. Next year, in August 2020, another large retirement is expected to occur.
Traffic is a popular topic for officers at community meetings and whether you travel by vehicle, motorcycle, bicycle, foot, bus, streetcar, MAX train or scooter, you're navigating Portland's roads with a lot of other users out on the road as well.