1111 S.W. 2nd Avenue, Portland, OR 97204
The Fiscal Services Division of the Portland Police Bureau provides financial leadership and expertise to the Bureau to enable compliance of fiscally-oriented legal and policy requirements and to support the Bureau’s goal of managing and accounting for all resources in an effective, efficient and transparent manner. Fiscal Services provides expert professional advice and assistance to bureau management on a broad range of complex financing, budgeting, and policy and procedural matters. Fiscal Services has direct oversight of the following areas: preparation and management of the Police Bureau budget; grant management and compliance; purchasing, including contract development and setup; ordinance preparation and filing; accounting; payroll; financial planning , analysis and reporting; alarms management; fleet management; facilities management; Quartermaster program management; and SAP change management.
The Fiscal Services Division holds these values:
We are driven to meet a high standard of excellence and to provide outstanding levels of support and service to our customers inside and outside the Bureau.
We commit to conforming to the highest level of ethical standards. The decisions and services we offer will be honest, fair, impartial and transparent.
We will maintain a high level of expertise in the areas of finance, administration and City policy to provide directions and solutions that ensure the Bureau meets its goals.
We work together to make the best decisions in the best interest of the Bureau. As a team, we practice inclusiveness, respect the diverse talents of our workforce, and capitalize on the strengths of each member.
Attend a Budget Advisory Meeting or email Christina.firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelly Building, 4735 East Burnside Street, Portland, Oregon 97215 (Community Room)
The Portland Police Bureau is looking for community members to serve on its Budget Advisory Committee (BAC).
List of Community and City Members
Meeting Agendas and Minutes
Information from the City Budget Office