Press Release: PPA Launches “Protect Portland” Petition

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 16, 2020 Contact: Daryl Turner, President daryl@ppavigil.org Angela Orr, Communications angela@ppavigil.org protectportland.org Portland Police Association Launches “Protect Portland” Petition Petition urges Portland City Council to Stop defunding the Portland Police PORTLAND, OR: The Portland Police Association has launched the “Protect Portland” Petition to show support for Portland Police officers and urge[…]

Riots in East Portland

Ted Wheeler Portland Mayor and Police Commissioner 1221 SW 4th Ave, Room 340 Portland, OR 97204 ted.wheeler@portlandoregon.gov Mike Schmidt Multnomah County District Attorney 1021 SW 4th Ave, Room 600 Portland, OR 97204 DA@mcda.us RE: Riots in East Portland Mayor Wheeler and District Attorney Schmidt: Over the last two nights, we have seen premeditated attempts by[…]

Zero Tolerance

Saturday night a man, a human being, a person—Aaron Danielson—was killed on the streets of Portland. His race, his political affiliation, or where he was from isn’t relevant. What is important is that human life was taken on our city streets after three months of violence, assaults, rioting, and destruction of property. Our elected officials[…]

Press Release: We Will Stand Up for Portland

Contact: Daryl Turner, President Angela Orr, Communications Portland Police Association 503.225.9760 angela@ppavigilorg FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE We Will Stand Up for Portland A unanimous Portland Police Association Executive Board has no confidence in City Council. We have no confidence that City Council will stop the rioting and looting and protect the safety and livelihoods of all[…]

This Cannot Continue

As riots continue, it is obvious to everyone that this is no longer about George Floyd, social justice, or police reform. This is about a group of individuals intent on causing injury, chaos, and destruction by rioting, looting, starting fires, throwing rocks, bottles, mortars, urine, and feces at peaceful protestors, as well as the police.[…]

Public Safety?

In the ongoing conversation about how policing can and should evolve along with the needs of our communities—many have asked us about police reform. We are engaged. We are listening. We are evolving along with our community. And we are hearing from residents every day who are afraid for our city. Last week, School Resource[…]