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Cops Nov 29 11:22 AM

City Agrees to End the Use of "Flash-Bang" Grenades in Settlement With Don't Shoot Portland

The settlement also includes a $250,001 payout to plaintiffs.

Cops Nov 23 4:45 PM

Police Identify Man Killed by Portland Officers Saturday Morning

It's still unclear why police decided to shoot Immanueal Jaquez Clark-Johnson, 30.

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Cops Oct 25 11:09 AM

City Council Set to Approve $47,500 to Settle Police Abuse Case

Cushing is one of at least nine Portlanders whose civil cases against the city for officers' conduct at 2020 demonstrations has resulted in a settlement payout from the city.

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News Aug 17 9:16 AM

Police Shoot at Armed Man During Attempted Arrest in Lents Neighborhood

Tuesday's shooting marks the sixth by PPB in 2022.

News Jul 28 10:16 AM

Portland Officer Fatally Shoots Armed Person in East Portland

This is the third time Portland police have fired at a member of the public this week..

Cops Jul 26 2:26 PM

City Selects Controversial Vendor for Body Camera Pilot Program

The decision was made without any public input, which community groups had requested.

News Jul 21 4:29 PM

Mayor Wheeler Announces State of Emergency to Streamline Response to Gun Violence

The program directs additional funding to gun violence intervention programs that are already operating within the city.

News Jul 20 1:23 PM

City Withdraws Employment Offer to Police Bureau's New Training Dean

The decision comes five days after announcing his hire.

News Jul 13 11:20 AM

Judge Rejects Don't Shoot Portland's Request for Class Action Lawsuit

The judge believes there aren't enough commonalities between people hit by tear gas and munitions during the 2020 racial justice protests to place them in a specific class.

News May 25 12:15 PM

Portland DA Seeks to Revive a Conservative Policing Tactic With ‘Neighborhood Prosecutors’

The Multnomah County DA’s rebranding of an old practice paints prosecutors as social workers, worrying local public defenders and civil rights advocates.

News Apr 20 11:01 AM

Portland is the Boogeyman in Washington County's DA Race

Faced with a progressive challenger in the May election, the DA of Oregon's suburban Washington County has taken to demonizing the state's largest city.