We honor all those who lost their lives 18 years ago as well as the first responder heroes who rushed to save countless people. #September11 #NeverForget
❤️ On September 8th, members of the Portland Police Bureau’s North and Central Precincts co-hosted an event with the Autism Society of Oregon at Portland’s North Precinct. This event is intended for members from the autism community to meet first responders in a safe and relaxed manner. Individuals with Autism often find first responders frightening due to the clothing and gear. This meet and greet allows community members and first responders to meet and learn more about each other in the absence of an emergency. The event was well attended, and community members asked for more events like this one.
Officer Ensley meeting the new neighbors in her patrol district.
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Recently, a local 12-year-old girl’s brand new bicycle was stolen after leaving it locked outside a grocery store. She called 911 and Officer Dustin Lauritzon drove her home and heard her disappointment over telling her grandmother who had slowly put money aside to buy the new bike so the girl could ride it to school. The officer soon got a message from a dispatcher who said there were multiple Bureau of Emergency Communications employees who wanted to help give the girl the new bike she deserved. More Police Bureau personnel contributed and the group raised the funds to buy the exact make and model of the girl's stolen bike, plus a heavy-duty lock. Officers Lauritzon and Corey Cronkhite had the privilege to deliver the new bike to her a few days ago. Thank you to all those BOEC and PPB employees who made this happen!
While enroute to an unrelated call, Ofc. Trummer noticed a parked, red, Kawasaki motorcycle. Soon after, a stolen motorcycle call matching the description came over the radio. He returned and confirmed it was indeed the same one. The owner and motorcycle were reunited! 👍
We were honored to be asked by @rodneysmithjr to come out and help mow Ramona’s lawn this afternoon. Please check out Rodney’s account and see all the good work he is doing.
When Barrett discovered that Ofc. Brainard liked dogs, he decided to put that to the test. #BFFs 👮 🐶 👍
School Resource Officer Stoffel got a masters class in rubik's cubology at Lane Middle School. The kids can solve it in under 7 seconds. Officer Stoffel still has to peel the stickers off. 😉