Civilian: Active Shooter Response Training provided by Portland Police Bureau
The Additional Needs Registry is a voluntary program for those persons in Portland and Multnomah County who may need specific disability-related assistance and/or accommodations following a major disaster, or when interacting with public safety officials or calling 9-1-1.
Volunteers who respond to traumatic events
You may be eligible for free locks from the Portland Police Bureau.
Organize a watch with the Office of Neighborhood Involvement.
The Cadet program is designed to acquaint young men and women with the career field of law enforcement.
A partnership between citizen volunteers and the Portland Police Bureau.
The Portland Police Bureau has placed 6 geocaches at locations around the city.
Dedicated to the memory of those who have devoted their lives to the law enforcement community
Safety Zone: Cops Talk is a program that teaches personal safety, crime prevention and police awareness to adults with developmental disabilities through a 26 lesson curriculum. It is designed to be taught by a uniformed law enforcement officer with a civ
We're fighting crime by fighting hunger.
The Z-Man Scholarship was established to build upon the work and goodwill that Officer Mark Zylawy provided to the citizens of Portland for over 17 years.