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ORCOPS1 month ago
What happened to George Floyd in Minneapolis at the hands of a police officer is revolting, incomprehensible, and unacceptable. What we saw in that video—Mr. Floyd pleading for his life—should send chills down the spine of every law enforcement officer and citizen in this country. This tragedy is inconsistent with our oath to protect and serve, it is inconsistent with the job entrusted to us by our communities, and it is in complete opposition to everything we are trained to do.

The rank and file of the Portland Police Bureau are the finest police officers in the country. As we move forward, incidents like this bestow upon us all a stronger conviction to continue to connect and build trust with all the communities we serve and say that this will not happen in my community, in my department, in my organization, or on my watch.
-Daryl Turner, PPA President
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ORCOPS2 months ago
ICYMI:
This harrowing in-car and bodycam footage highlights the risk officers face every day. What started as a domestic disturbance call, ended in gunfire. One officer was injured, a 6-year old child was rescued with no injuries, and the suspect died on-scene.

That moment when you see the trooper pull the child out of the truck to safety... ✨💙⚡️💙 ... thank you to all involved for your bravery and courage in the face of danger.

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Klamath Falls, Oregon
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Klamath County, Oregon

Original Oregon State Police post:

The Oregon State Police looks forward to welcoming our Troopers involved in this incident back to work, including our Trooper that was wounded in the gunfire exchange.

The released in-car and body camera from involved OSP members underscores the dangers faced by officers as they patrol our communities. “I don’t think I’m alone when I admit my heart skipped a beat when I first viewed this video,” said Oregon State Superintendent Travis Hampton. “I credit the professionalism and remarkable bravery of the Oregon State Police Troopers and Klamath County Deputy Sheriffs that brought this violent event to end.”

The Oregon State Police would like to thank the community of Klamath Falls for the outpouring of support, especially the medical professionals that cared for our injured Trooper.

The OSP office in Klamath Falls typifies the dedication and professionalism exhibited by the men and women of the agency- sparsely assigned to communities all over Oregon.
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Oregon State Police
The Oregon State Police looks forward to welcoming our Troopers involved in this incident back to work, including our Trooper that was wounded in the gunfire exchange. The released in-car and body camera from involved OSP members underscores the dangers faced by officers as they patrol our communities. “I don’t think I’m alone when I admit my heart skipped a beat when I first viewed this video,” said Oregon State Superintendent Travis Hampton. “I credit the professionalism and remarkable bravery of the Oregon State Police Troopers and Klamath County Deputy Sheriffs that brought this violent event to end.” The Oregon State Police would like to thank the community of Klamath Falls for the outpouring of support, especially the medical professionals that cared for our injured Trooper. The OSP office in Klamath Falls typifies the dedication and professionalism exhibited by the men and women of the agency- sparsely assigned to communities all over Oregon.
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ORCOPS2 months ago
2020 Law Enforcement Memorial

Every May, the Oregon Fallen Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony recognizes all of the Oregon Law Enforcement Officers who have died in the line of duty.

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Every May, the Oregon Fallen Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony recognizes all of the Oregon Law Enforcement Officers who have died in the line of duty.
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ORCOPS2 months ago
Thank you to the Sunshine Division and Portland Police Bureau for serving your community!
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Sunshine Division
Even though much of the world is on pause, our mission never stops. Supporters and friends, on today's #GivingTuesdayNOW campaign, our beloved Bureau Liaison, Officer Matt Tobey, gives us a glimpse of who our Emergency Food Distribution Program helps in the attached video. Watch and listen to the heartwarming story of Yulia, a single mother of three boys. https://youtu.be/0Pb7B896TJ4
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ORCOPS2 months ago
This morning, we introduced the community to our Chief for a Day, Daniel Shaughnessy. Daniel’s an amazing 11-year-old boy who lives here in Washington County, and he’s bravely fighting cancer.

We intended to hold this event earlier in April for Daniel at West Precinct. We planned a lot of fun activities for Daniel as he experienced serving the City of Hillsboro as its police chief for a day. Unfortunately, the ongoing pandemic forced us to postpone it.

Instead of waiting for Daniel to be able to come to us, we decided to go to him, and we took along some friends. Mayor Callaway and Chief Coleman visited Daniel at his house, and Chief Coleman swore Daniel in to his new position. Our friends with the Washington County Sheriff's Office delivered Daniel’s new badge on their robot and his Mom pinned it on his HPD uniform, but the best was yet to come.

Over 90 emergency vehicles from around the Willamette Valley passed by Daniel’s house to welcome our new chief to the first responder family. Afterward, we presented Daniel with gifts and well-wishes from as far away as Vancouver, B.C. We are so grateful to every agency playing a role in making Daniel’s day special and memorable.

Welcome to the Hillsboro Police Department, Chief Daniel Shaughnessy. We are proud and honored to count you as one among us, and we’re thrilled you’re our Chief for a Day.
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Hillsboro Police Department
This morning, we introduced the community to our Chief for a Day, Daniel Shaughnessy. Daniel’s an amazing 11-year-old boy who lives here in Washington County, and he’s bravely fighting cancer. We intended to hold this event earlier in April for Daniel at West Precinct. We planned a lot of fun activities for Daniel as he experienced serving the City of Hillsboro as its police chief for a day. Unfortunately, the ongoing pandemic forced us to postpone it. Instead of waiting for Daniel to be able to come to us, we decided to go to him, and we took along some friends. Mayor Callaway and Chief Coleman visited Daniel at his house, and Chief Coleman swore Daniel in to his new position. Our friends with the Washington County Sheriff's Office delivered Daniel’s new badge on their robot and his Mom pinned it on his HPD uniform, but the best was yet to come. Over 90 emergency vehicles from around the Willamette Valley passed by Daniel’s house to welcome our new chief to the first responder family. Afterward, we presented Daniel with gifts and well-wishes from as far away as Vancouver, B.C. We are so grateful to every agency playing a role in making Daniel’s day special and memorable. Welcome to the Hillsboro Police Department, Chief Daniel Shaughnessy. We are proud and honored to count you as one among us, and we’re thrilled you’re our Chief for a Day.
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ORCOPS2 months ago
From the Portland Police K-9 Unit:

Big day for K95 Mac!!! Today Mac captured his 100th suspect while assisting Central Precinct officers in southwest Portland. Officers were dispatched to a subject prowling vehicles in the 2600 block of SW Hume St. When officers arrived they found the suspect in a stolen truck, which fled when officers attempted contact. The stolen truck ran off the road in the area of SW 45th Ave & SW Multnomah St where the suspect ran off on foot. A neighborhood perimeter was established, and K9 Mac responded from his dogloo (bed) to track down the suspect. K9 Mac made short work of the search and located the suspect hiding underneath a deck concealed under a kiddy pool. The suspect was take into custody and charged with numerous felony crimes. Great job Central officers!! Way to go Mac on your 100th capture!! #portlandpolicebureau #portlandpolicek9unit #dutchshepherd #belgianmalinois #hideandseek #100
9 months ago
Thank you to our conference sponsor Curt Conkling and Nationwide Mortgage Bankers @NMBHome for taking great care of our Officers. https://t.co/vAaHFgjN5Z OregonCOPS photo
9 months ago
Thank you to our conference sponsor Sherry Hanacek and the @CalCasInsurance team for taking such great care of our Officers💫877.626.2871 https://t.co/1JAqfcQmU6 OregonCOPS photo
11 months ago
Our thoughts are with our brothers and sisters of @WCSOOregon. We are praying for a complete recovery for both deputies shot this afternoon. https://t.co/q0NkOCzxOt
1 year ago
So sorry to hear! 🐾 RIP Baxter and thank you for your service 💙 #K9 https://t.co/iuOzs8tD6w
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Tigard Police @TigardPolice
We're grieving the loss of retired TPD K-9 Baxter who died peacefully today at 10:00am surrounded by loved ones. Baxter was an amazing dog, serving Tigard Police for 8 years before retiring. For more about his life: : https://t.co/MBZeLsZIkL https://t.co/LQjDxvWgj8