As Portland Police Association President, I have consistently advocated for a zero-tolerance response to the lawlessness, violence, and destruction of property during protests. Our community is frustrated, fed up, and angry. Time and again, we have watched our City and the Portland Police Bureau be thrown into the national spotlight. Saturday, August 17, 2019, Portland[…]
RETIREMENT SEMINAR Thursday, January 10, 2019 9 AM – 1 PM @ the PPA Office With the upcoming 27th Pay Periods, if you are planning to retire in 2019, please join us next week. We’ll have speakers from Personnel, VEBA, Fiscal, BHR, EAP, and more to help make your transition into retirement smooth. Lunch is[…]
Your Keep Oregon Safe PAC Contribution = Oregon Tax Credit MAKE YOUR CONTRIBUTION ONLINE Dear current and retired PPA Members, As the leadership of the PPA we have witnessed extraordinary courage, determination, dedication, and compassion displayed by countless PPA members in the communities they serve. That hard work has inspired us to approach our service to[…]
Portland City Council 1221 SW Fourth Avenue Portland, OR 97204 RE: PS3 Program Mayor Wheeler and Commissioners: I watched yesterday’s City Council meeting regarding the Police Bureau PS3 program and am writing to correct the record on statements made about the Portland Police Association. Like any union, we work diligently to ensure that the wages,[…]
Contact: Daryl Turner, President Portland Police Association 503.255.9760 firstname.lastname@example.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 31, 2018 In Response to the Grand Jury Findings September 30, 2018 Officer Involved Shooting Portland, OR – On September 30th, two Portland Police officers faced the most dangerous of circumstances. An armed and dangerous active shooter, who had seconds earlier fired[…]
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Recently the City Attorney’s Office sent out a Bureau-wide email in response to potential litigation against the City arising from the ICE protest. While this sort of a “litigation hold” is common in civil cases, it serves as a good reminder to our members about maintaining a bright line between your work and personal electronic[…]
My last Weekly Update caused more of a stir than I intended and I’m glad for it. And, again, I am abundantly thankful for the overwhelming support we received from our membership, the citizens of Portland, and the business community. These are the voices of those who have grown tired of empty promises and failed[…]