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The Portland Police Bureau coined the phrase community policing in the 1990's.
Knowing ahead of time where cameras exist can save investigative time and resources when a crime occurs in your neighborhood and may help solve and prevent crime.
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Officer Mike Chapin of the Portland Police Bureau patrols District 580 in Northeast Portland. The 15-year veteran talks about family, influences and apple fritters in this latest installment of Behind the Badge.
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This map shows the regular boundaries affected by the closures; police have the authority to alter these boundaries and the time frame as needed.
Crime Prevention tips to avoid having packages stolen from your home
Jason Jones is a 16-year veteran and a member of the Enhanced Crisis Intervention Training (ECIT) team, and dedicates himself to helping others.
Ride Along with Officer Josh Silverman and take a brief look at a typical day for BHU's Mobile Crisis Unit.
A webpage designed to help identify unknown suspects, persons of interest or critical witnesses in a variety of unsolved cases.
Crows on Snow (January 2017) - Portland Police Bureau Criminalist Walker Berg
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The Portland Police Bureau, in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, is going pink throughout the month of October.
The Portland Police Bureau and Portland General Electric want community members to be aware of an ongoing nation-wide telephone scam targeting utility customers.
The Portland Police Bureau has received two recent reports where victims stated that someone claiming to be with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) called them and demanded money for back taxes.
The Police Bureau’s Honor Guard is one of the most distinguished groups representing the City of Portland and the Portland Police Bureau.
The K-9 Unit was the Grand Marshal of the 2014 Rose Festival Junior Parade.
The Portland Police Bureau, in partnership with Clear Channel Outdoor, has introduced a series of billboards around the community highlighting the police officers keeping the community safe.