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Fresh update on "portland police bureau" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:07 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "portland police bureau" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Newscast for August? Fourteenth. Twenty twenty I'm Mike Clifford President trump Thursday rejected former vice president, Joe Biden's call for a national mass mandate to combat the corona virus that from CNBC they report the trump accused the democratic nominee for president of politicizing the outbreak and shunning science and combating the pandemic CNBC notes that trump resisted calls to wear masks for months. Now, city favors allowing governors to decide whether to require them at the state level nurses a warning that Reopening York public schools for in person classes, risk-spreading covid nineteen among students, their families as school staff. The state is approved bringing students back to school this fall although recent reports show young people, significant carriers of the coronavirus and can. Spread it to adults are much more vulnerable to the Disease Judy Sheridan Gonzales President of the New York State Nurses Association is concerned that the supply of personal protective equipment is adequate and that schools haven't taken other important steps to ensure safe reopening their issues of transportation that I don't think I've been worked out. The isolation are their needs for shields, our people to eat what would they do if they have a I knew becomes positive. The Nurses Association is calling on state and local officials to postpone in person classes and to make the investments that would make classroom instruction safe I'm Andrea. Sears reporting at the city of Portland is poised to pass a strongest van of facial recognition. In the country next month more than that from Eric. Teigen off nearly a year in the making the Portland City Council is considering two ordinances. The I band government use of facial recognition technology already passed in cities like San, Francisco and Boston. The second would ban its used by businesses in public places making Portland the first city to do so native Portland or and member of the digital rights group fight for the future Leah Holland says there's evidence some Portland. Businesses are using this technology because facial recognition is currently totally unregulated in Portland no one actually has to report whether or not they're using the technology to anyone whatsoever. So we. Don't actually know how many companies have been using this technology on people in the wake of George Floyd's death Amazon IBM and Microsoft announced they would suspend the sale of facial recognition technology to police departments. City officials say the Portland Police Bureau doesn't use it but some law enforcement agencies defend facial recognition as a useful tool for identifying people wanted by authorities. The technology has come under scrutiny for racial bias according to a national. Institute. Of Standards and technology report from December facial recognition was up to one hundred times more likely to miss identify people of Color the Portland City Council scheduled to vote on these ordinances of.

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Fresh update on "portland police bureau" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:05 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "portland police bureau" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Service Newscast for August Fourteenth Twenty Twenty I'm Mike Clifford President trump Thursday rejected former vice president Joe Biden's call for a national mandate to combat the corona virus that from CNBC they report the trump accused the democratic nominee for president, politicizing the outbreak and shunning science and combating the pandemic CNBC notes that trump resisted calls to wear masks for months. Now said, he favors allowing governors to decide whether to require them at the state level nurses a warning that reopening. York public schools for in person classes spreading covid nineteen among students, their families as school staff. The state is approved bringing students back to school this fall although recent reports show young people have significant carriers of the coronavirus and can spread it to adults who are much more vulnerable to the Disease Judy Sheridan Gonzales. President, of the New York State Nurses Association is concerned that the supply of personal protective equipment is inadequate and that schools haven't taken other important steps to. ENSURE SAFE RE opening their issues of transportation that I don't think I've been worked out. The isolation are needs for shields. How people to eat what they do if they have a person becomes positive the nurses association calling on state and local officials to postpone in person classes and to make the investments that would make classroom instruction safe. I'm Andrea Sears reporting and the city of Portland is poised to pass the strongest ban of facial recognition technology in the country. Next month more than that from Eric off nearly a year in the making the Portland. City Council is considering two ordinances. The I would band government use of recognition technology already passed in cities like San Francisco, and Boston. The second would ban its use by businesses in public places making Portland the first city to do so native Portland or and member of the digital rights group fight for the future Leah. Holland, says, there's evidence some Portland businesses are using this technology. Facial recognition is currently totally unregulated in Portland no one actually has to report whether or not they're using the technology to anyone whatsoever. So we don't actually know how many companies have been using this technology on people in the wake of George Floyd's death Amazon IBM and Microsoft announced they would suspend the sale of facial recognition technology police departments city officials say the Portland Police Bureau doesn't Use It but some law enforcement agencies defend facial recognition as a useful tool for identifying people wanted by authorities. The technology has come under scrutiny for racial bias according to a National Institute of Standards and Technology report from December facial recognition was up to one hundred times more likely to miss identify people of Color the Portland City Council scheduled to vote on.

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"portland police bureau" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:30 min | Last week

"portland police bureau" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Up yesterday and thousands of people were evacuated as crews fought it in triple digit heat. It began as two separate fires Friday evening, Democratic congressional leaders and the Trump Administration discussed Corona virus relief aid at the White House Saturday morning. Congressional Democrats and White House officials say that these talks were productive. But also there is no deal yet on the next economic stimulus that $600 of enhanced unemployment insurance that goes out every week that expired. Democrats are claiming that they want to see this extended. The next several months. Treasury Secretary Stephen Yushin said that the White House is now very interested in extending that enhance unemployment insurance. But we don't have the details how long it may go for. There has been concern, though, from some Republicans that keeping that benefit, though, may incentivize people not to go back to work. That's Fox's Mark. MEREDITH staff will continue to meet over the weekend with another meeting between all parties Monday. The Portland Police Bureau declared an unlawful assembly last night when people gathered outside a police precinct and threw bottles at officers. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network, subscribe and listen to the tray. Gowdy podcast, So which is better for the country, pulling this hard as we can from both extremes and then just hoping, Bob blond look, we emerge somewhere toward the middle. Or do you think it might be better for us to actively seek those areas of unity and concensus and commonality? I will tell you this, the institutions will not lead us toward that second option. There is too.

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Federal Agencies Agree to Withdraw From Portland, With Conditions

Rush Limbaugh

00:22 sec | 2 weeks ago

Federal Agencies Agree to Withdraw From Portland, With Conditions

"The mayor's headwaiter says he believes the agreement with the state and the federal government will work. We now have the state police working with The Portland Police Bureau, working with Multnomah County and other law enforcement agencies to contain and de escalate the situation here on our streets. We understand state police will only use CS Gas if incidents are occurring that put lives at risk.

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"portland police bureau" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

"portland police bureau" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"That's 1 808 88 37 91 or visit Coventry help seniors dot com On this Tuesday morning, I am thinking about Portland, Oregon, a town I lived in It's a beautiful place, but it's now destroyed. Because the governor of Oregon Cape Brown and the mayor of Portland, Ted Wheeler, will not stop people from destroying The city of Portland. Notice. I said will not not cannot Now we did some digging. You cannot Have a protest in Portland under the law unless you get a permit. Any gathering in the city requires a permit 30 days before the gathering. So if you walk in and say, Look, I want to set the federal courthouse on fire. On August 3rd, and I'm going to bring with me 200 people. So it'll be hard to arrest anyone and we'll all throw Molotov cocktails over the fence and tried to burn the place. Please give me a permit. You need to do that by July 4th. 30 days at Okay, so all of these protests were going on. Have a 60 straight nights are illegal just on their face. So the moment they show up And is more than five of them. Portland Police Bureau can arrest him and the Oregon State Police can take him into custody and charged him. Is that hard? No, that's how you control this but again. The governor of Oregon and the mayor of Portland will not do it. They'd rather see their city destroyed and that's the truth. Now this we're in a recession, Millions of Americans have lost their jobs The Fed is warranted might get worse..

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"portland police bureau" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:47 min | 3 weeks ago

"portland police bureau" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Welcome. This is Ben Shapiro. Sure. Got a lot coming up for you this hour. A little later on in the hour. We'll be taking your phone calls at 855236 30 to 28 That is 855236 30 to 28. We begin at this hour. With continued chaos in Portland. Remember that time that the federal government was really bad for trying to crack down on lawlessness by using Department of Homeland Security? They're all just militarized evil. Weaponised. Terrible people cracking down on peaceful nice protesters. Yeah, well over the weekend, Portland writers have warned the cops and then tortured police union headquarters. 1000 thing that happened. Portland protestors, according to Emily Zanotti daily wire went by the Antifa group, Pacific Northwest, you Youth Liberation Front. Which is a hell of a name, threatened police and set a number of fires in the city's downtown Saturday night, leaving Portland police to declare the demonstration a riot. Wait. I thought they were just protestors, protestors guys. The incidents caught on video by reporters on the scene. Marquis 52nd night of unrest in Portland, I was overwhelmingly white Indians. Friday night, federal officers, members of an elite Customs and border protection unit moved into assist Portland's law enforcement officers in protecting a federal courthouse, one of the rioters top targets these past several months. The officers detained several of the protesters Friday night were largely absent Saturday night, leaving Portland police to handle the unrest alone. So basically as soon as the feds left, the police were like, well, there's not much we can go down to burn our union headquarters well. Have at it. According to Fox News. Protesters broke into a building set it on fire started Dumpster fires late Saturday night in Oregon's largest city. The fire at the Portland Police Association building was put out a short time later, Portland police said. On Twitter, the department declared the gathering a riot and began working to clear the downtown area. In North Portland P. N W Youth Liberation Front. An organized group that had been leading demonstrations over the course of the past few months hosted a protest man, the abolition of the Portland Police Bureau and the crime violence against people of color. After an evening gathering in Peninsula Park, marchers headed south on Interstate Avenue stretching out for about five blocks. Eventually, they ended up in the police union headquarters, where they began tipping dumpsters to form a barricade as they attacked in the building. And then they said the Dumpsters on fire. In symbolism at their own genius, So good times happening over in Portland police basically one hands off. The police didn't really do anything. Meanwhile, everybody on the left was yelling at the fence. Why is D H s here? What are they doing? Why are the feds here Because you're letting the town burned down. You know who's pointing this out? Portland's first black female city commissioner, She said. You know what if you're afraid to use the police, why don't you let me use the police? Portland City Commissioner Joanne Hardisty called on Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler to relinquish control over the P D. But not really, because she wants to use them. Shooted continued allegations of police brutality against black lives matter protestors and alleged cooperation with federal agents. That I've had enough. You can't control the police. Give me the Portland Police Bureau. I said last evening, the best important was on full display show that is late Saturday night. Portlanders came out to exercise our constitutional right to free speech and peaceful assembly. This was the United called and the occupation of our city. And then she said, there are everybody was being really peaceful Guys. They're being super duper peaceful, super peaceful except for they tore down the temporary fences placed around parks. And then they moved to block access to the Justice Center and down the important downtown Portland. And also then they attacked the Portland police Bureau. So good news, apparently in Portland. There are members of the City Council, her even more crazy than the mayor. Things are going great over in Portland. Good news is we can count on are wonderful and beautiful media to cover this in purely objective fashion. Here's Richard Reid of the Times out of Portland. Tear gas, an apparition emerges, capturing the imagination of protesters. Sounds sort of like A ghostly voice of Jesus came from the sky and was like guys piece. That is not. In fact, what happened was a naked chick who shut up and spread eagled. Not getting That is the story. According to Richard Reid, at the Times out of Portland. Tear gas, an apparition emerges, capturing the imagine I'm sure did capture some imaginations. Alone in the Raisman. She emerged as an apparition from clouds of tear gas as federal agents fired pepper balls and angry protesters in the early Saturday darkness. A woman wearing nothing but a black face mask in a stocking cap strode toward doesn't heavily armed agents attired in camouflage fatigues lined up across the downtown Portland Street. The agents dispatched by the Trump administration over vociferous objections of city and state officials are part of the forest. It has fired projectiles at and detained activists protesting Knightley. Oh, they're activists protesting nightly guys. Not rioters burning crap. They're protestors every night doing violent things. Just protesters. Peaceful, mostly peaceful. Numerous photos and videos posted on Twitter show. The unidentified woman is she halted in the middle of the street at about 1:45 a.m. This is objective media coverage ready? She stood calmly. It's a real image of human vulnerability in the face of an overpowering force that has been criticized nationally by civil rights advocates. It's a real image of human vulnerability. They're just boobs. Dude, get over it. The agents in gas masks and helmets continued firing pepper balls in a staccato pop pop pop heard on video aiming low at the asphalt where puffs of smoke mingled with clouds of gas. At one point, a fellow protester clothes carrying a homemade shield darted in front of the woman angling to protect her. The woman's side stepped him. He jumped out of the way, perhaps realizing you made them both a target. Before it was over. She struck ballet poses and reclined on the street. She also sat on the asphalt in a yoga like position facing officers before they left. Portland has long been loved or mocked for it. Streak of Ernest but quirky, organic, earthy nous, as portrayed in the Portlandia television comedy series. Sometimes the envelope pushing forms of expression involve nudity. Portland Tavern owner. But Clark in fame during the 19 eighties before his election as mayor, Thea popular, expose yourself to art poster showing him in a raincoat, discreetly flashing a bronze nude sculpture. Courts have held that appearing nude in Portland is a protected form of political expression, superseding bands on public indecency. In 2008 the Multnomah County judge cleared a nude bicyclist indecent exposure charges, saying cycling naked had become a well established tradition in Portland is a form of symbolic protests. Four years later, a man was acquitted of similar charges by a judge who interpreted his stripping naked at Portland International Airport as a legitimate form of protest against A woman making her statement Saturday was altogether uninhibited at one point, standing on one leg and raising her arms in an archetype motion as she struck ballet poses. A police car arrived and dozens of officers and blue uniforms replaced the line of agents when the officials described as having been targeted by protesters, throwing rocks, bottles and pieces of medals. A piece of metal. She sat in the street facing them. Legs spread in the headlights glare. Later, she rolled on her back and a graceful A Richard Reid of the Times. Dude. Take a.

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D.C. Protests Remain Markedly Peaceful After Days Of Intense Clashes

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

D.C. Protests Remain Markedly Peaceful After Days Of Intense Clashes

"Protesters rallied at the state capitol netted heritage park yesterday afternoon Olympia city manager says they support the peaceful protest but acknowledge some people have been using the protests as a chance to destroy property Olympia has not instituted a curfew last night's protest was peaceful in Portland police at a splinter group of protesters clashed late last night and early this morning officers say they made a number of arrests and they've declared the situation a civil disturbance and an unlawful assembly the Portland police bureau tweeted that it went to great lengths to differentiate the splinter group of violent protesters from the three to four thousand peaceful demonstrators that gathered at the pioneer courthouse square earlier in the day it was Mike number five of protests in Portland announcing the death of George

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How Portland’s black community and police are sharing their stories through theater

PBS NewsHour

01:35 min | 1 year ago

How Portland’s black community and police are sharing their stories through theater

"Portland Oregon has had its own history with racial discrimination and tension with the police there's a new effort underway to address those tensions special correspondent cat Weiss reports when the theater companies attempt to change the city's racial ecology through the arts so to speak it's part of our ongoing series on arts and culture campus on a recent morning an old fire station turned play house was packed with theatergoers but this was not a typical theater crowd it was a who's who of Oregon law enforcement police officers FBI agents district attorneys and judges they were joined by prominent community and civil rights leaders thank you so much all of you I'm a little overwhelmed just by just looking out and seeing who's in the room Kevin Johnson his wife Leslie mine as are the co founders of the August Wilson red door project a Portland based arts organization this is Bob or Robert day retired deputy chief of the Portland police bureau in our partner in crime we really have believe that there is some opportunity here and some work to be done both on behalf of the black community and on the criminal justice system over the last few years the three have formed an unusual partnership to spark new conversations and ways of thinking about race relations in Portland played and they're using the stage to help bridge the divide when you're talking about issues of race you can't

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"portland police bureau" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"portland police bureau" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"On the streets of New York City fact number two you said and I quote I support the Portland police bureau's decision not to intervene on quote fact number three you have a pattern of withdrawing police protection further your political agenda went and T. for terrorists threatened ice in Portland you ordered police not to protect federal agents here's the United States Senate resolution which I joined condemning your partisan civil rights violations Messi here's one of the problems we're talking before the break a little earlier about the fact that there are college courses now in in mainstream universities and colleges in this country encouraging people to get rid of the idea of objective reality get rid of the idea of using rationality and reason to to question the very existence of science saying that it's it's it's racist to this anti gender anti this that or the other thing but the problem is the same problem as a nursery rhyme we learned where kids row row row your boat merely down the stream merrily merrily merrily merrily life is but a dream all life not just but a dream and objective reality does exist about the grace of god we still have an imperfect judicial system but the best one in the world here in America and so there are times when people think they can create their own reality and then they come up against actual reality like hitting a brick wall sixty miles an hour am I open my prayer is that the NT four thugs of Portland and the people who gave the police the stand down orders we'll metaphorically it that brick wall of reality all right the number to call to get on the conversation eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one our let's see who when we got what we do pardon me much we want to go to here let's go to well Rick in Idaho Rick you're on the mark Levin show doc Washburn filling in what's up Hey how you doing today what the show thank you very much the problem when officers police officers who put up their hand and swore an oath to serve and protect the citizens of that state that counted that city yeah and then the mayor says no stand down saying to the world is my check means more to me than doing what is right as a human being and then push off as a police officer if you have enough backbone to carry a gun well one to gather and they have a policeman union and so we know we are not standing down toward others and if you want to make the damn streets but will go on and and protecting the lives that were used and the withdrawal check to do otherwise you'd think that the mayor is not gonna end change those position citizens of that city or state or not you can't bring in the mail well you know they they and I appreciate your call record a beautiful beautiful point because Portland has been put up with this for a while last year and TiVo what's blocking traffic in the mayor was like that's just fine now now the head of the police union has come out and I'm so glad that Rick and I will make that point here's a statement from the head of Portland police bureau he says the mayor our police commissioner you know same guy the mayor is a police commissioner is not allowed to use the rank and file officers of the Portland police bureau as a shield to deflect Portland's negative press nationwide as we said before and will continue to say police officers work to uphold the constitution including the right to free speech.

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"portland police bureau" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"portland police bureau" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Of the men and women of the Portland police bureau. Okay, a burn terrible. He said, this is a story of Goldilocks in the two bears. The porridge is either too hot or it's too cold. What. At any given moment in this city, the police are criticized for being heavy handed in intervening too quickly, or they're being criticized for being standoffish and not intervening quickly enough, right? But every police department in the world is faced with that and you have to, you know, you have to take incident by incident and you can't just blanket say, well, yeah, they should wait on every one of these things. In this case, you go up to the protesters and you say, hey, move along, you can't. You cannot be directing traffic here. You don't have that authority. You don't have that right. You should not be directing people to turn when they don't want to. You got to take back your town. Don't you. Not not in Portland and Tim Wheeler. At least he's only he's only been elected in two thousand sixteen so he's got to at least through twenty twenty Portland, which just Ted Wheeler cat and Ribaut from office should be religious, really pathetic. Absolutely. Unbelievable. The antifa the the lovely antifa group was also involved in in keeping people warm by setting flags on fire. They love this country, you know they do, but I think it was a little chilly on this Portland evening and so they what do we have around here we can. What else was there to burn? I mean, it's not an ice office with a bunch of office supplies that you'd ransacked from earlier in the month that you could burned. Yeah. I mean, that's old hat to you. Don't want to burn that. Yeah, so here's what they burned instead. Okay. Little little fire on this American flag set it ablaze. And and watched it burn until one of the one of the people from the patriot prayer group came over and grabbed the flag and took it away from them. Do we have the video of them burning the flag right now? It's up there. The blaze here we go. And so far it is not burning, but they're about to set fire to it. Go again, there, you know, you can tell it's a little bit chilly. Some people have some long sleeves, long sleeves. Yeah, yeah, yeah. So north west, it's Tober, you know, it's always damp and cool. And then they eventually set fire to to the American flag, but don't don't get the wrong impression the they love the nation. They love the country. They love America. They just wanted to be a little bit better. They want to be able to direct traffic when they see fit. I'm sure. So doesn't. I would love that. Wouldn't it be? Don't want to risk getting run over kind of power trip, right? You know, let's have fun with this string traffic coming this direction. Let's have them wait for about. I don't know, eight, nine minutes, you know, and then then let the next group going. So you've got, you've always got somebody's gonna love you and somebody's gonna hate you. Yeah. When you direct traffic, we'll tell you about their exploits wasn't just Portland. They were having fun all over the place this weekend. We'll tell you about that coming up here and it's fun, but let me tell you about this SuperFood from brickhouse nutrition. It's field of greens. If you don't get a lot of Esteban's in your diet. Like for me, I, I wouldn't say it's a lot. I would say it's about zero. Yeah. Let like none like no vegetables in my diet will that is at least until. Discovered field of greens, field of greens, real superfoods, actual food with an actual nutrition facts panel on the side of.

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"portland police bureau" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"portland police bureau" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"For additional resources the Portland, police bureau deputy chief Robert day wrote to, federal officers. Pleading for help hours later the remaining ice. Workers were, finally, evacuated by a small federal police team the facility was shut down for. More than a week now, do you understand that so far They've occupied they're blocking the, streets they've blocked these people in they. Called. For help get us out police said sorry can't help you so, they had to, call for, federal officers to come in signs called employees Nazis and white supremacists others accused them of running a concentration camp and demanded. Open, borders and prosecution of ice agents. Along a wall vandals wrote the names of ice staff encouraging others to, publish their, private information online federal workers were defenceless as. An ice officer who asked his name not be published told me one of his colleagues, was trailed in the car and confronted. When he went to, pick up his daughter from summer camp later people showed up at his, house another had his name and photo plastered on flyers outside of his. Home accusing him accusing him of being part of the. Gestapo, so where were the police order Away, by democratic, mayor Ted Wheeler who doubles as the police Commissioner quote I do not want the Portland police to be engaged or sucked. Into, a conflict particularly from an federal. Agency that I believe is on the wrong track eat tweeted if ice, is looking, for a bailout from this mayor they're looking. In the wrong place and quote The mob set, up camp, behind the building where they harassed journalists, and banned photography the open border advocates also erected an eight foot wall around their, site now that's funny isn't that funny here people who who apparently doing. The right. Thing and thereby but the ban all photography and then, to protest the wall you build a wall The reporter says I walked through and I saw young children. Even infants in squalid conditions in ninety degree heat every American flag, was defaced but the anarchists and communists flags were. Unspoiled Stewart Linquist the ice facilities seventy nine year old landlord needed to visit. His, property on June twenty-first quotes the political, powers of the city of Portland have stopped. The police from doing what they normally would do he told me, when attempted to drive into his own parking lot. Occupiers swarmed and pounded, his window in the commotion Mr. Linquist car struck someone in the mob who wasn't. Injured his home address however later it appeared online and he says the. Harassment, has not, ended on June twenty? Eighth federal police federal police mobilized from an out of, state facility and they finally moved in to reopen the office, they arrested a hand Full of people for refusing to leave the ice officers storefront but the. Rest retreated to the camp and focus their vitriol on the offers, officers they repeatedly called black officers traders and house. And words they shouted that they knew where the officers lived and they published. Their, addresses online the headaches family who owns the happy camper food cart across the street from the ice office responded to a statement with incredulity the mob, quote terrorized our family end quote and forced the. Family business to close MRs. Hey cts showed me a text message. From her twenty one year old daughter brianna who ran the cart I just saw drug deal brianna reported, after members of the anti ice mobs bothered her selling breakfast burritos to, federal officers the situation quickly deteriorated call me immediately brianna wrote I'm being. Accused of, supporting the pigs, and child and child. Deportation she said the people that were wearing masks threatened to hurt her. And burn their cart down and the police never responded to her frantic phone calls. Randy Gloria fifty two year, old artists longtime resident was, photographing the camp when he said a group of occupiers knocked his camera in his. Face Charles William sixty two year old man who lives across the street. Said someone threatened to stab him with an aids infected. Needle from his, balcony he said I saw thugs begin masked street patrols brandishing sticks Lisa Leonard Fifty-three-year-old disabled resident said occupiers hit her on, the head disabled her electric wheelchair and lifted her in the air when, she complained about the loud drumming she called the police they would only. Take her, statement locals wondered, why the city is. Allowed this Ccording to Peter Simpson public information officer, with the Portland police it is at the mayor's direction PBB will. Involve is involved in a very. Limited action, back at the trolley, tracks the occupies bocci Pires has..

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"portland police bureau" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"portland police bureau" Discussed on KOMO

"Here's an auburn firefighter everybody right now is thinking about brushfires because they're they're the conditions make them grow so quick large brush fire on auburn's west hill kept crews busy Putting out hotspots all day. Yesterday that after it raged. Up a hillside the night before it's scorching about twenty acres investigators don't yet know the cause they. Say, it started near a homeless camp KOMO news time nine. Six the Portland police bureau reviewing force used by its officers at a weekend protests. Police chief Danielle outlaw Sunday night directed the city's professional standards division to begin gathering evidence to determine if force was used within policy and training guidelines the order follows Saturday's clashes between right wing groups who are. Met my counter protesters four people were arrested off officers also seizing multiple weapons throughout the day police and Lynnwood looking for two men who shot and then as a man at a car wash at the Brown bear car. Wash on one hundred sixty four th and Lynnwood. At about one thirty yesterday morning the victims being treated at Harborview we, have a photo of the suspect dot com detectives asking anyone who may, recognize the men to. Call nine one one and investigators try to figure, out how three, people were shot. In Burien, and then ended up at a closed, medical office, look For help komo's CARA kosten with the latest sneaky county sheriff's office tells us a call came in around eight thirty from one of the victims that man told police the. Trio had been shot around I and won forty six Aaron Burian and then, they said, they fled on foot, that's about a half a block to this medical building where they thought they could get help turns out they found. An open door of the close medical office got inside but then called nine one, one when they realized the office. Was closed but surveillance video from the, Kaiser permanent day building shows the three men were actually driven here in a white car now it's important to note they also told investigators this suspect vehicle in this case was also white that's komo's Karakasevic reporting, on that story would-be robber instant. Trillion now behind bars after police say the man he tried to steal a car from pulled a gun on him police say the man stole items from nearby store then pull the knife in an attempt to steal the car in the parking. Lot When the driver pulled a gun arrive robber ran police found him swimming across a nearby river where they arrested him staff at Geiger corrections facility in Spokane tried to figure out how to inmates were able to. Escape early yesterday a driver noticed someone in the yellow jumpsuit, scaled the, security fence and a Senator was immediately put. On lockdown about two hours later canine help track the escapees who were taken back into custody surveillance video. Captured some terrifying images a man struck by his own car and, pinned beneath it after a suspected drunk driver crashed into it KOMO Suzanne, fon talk to strangers talk to his friends and neighbors Craig Lewis was in his living room when he heard the. Wreck, from his open window. Startled me and I, looked at my cameras and saw the activity caught. On his surveillance cameras the terrible racket, involving his. Sixty two. Year old friend Craig fife, five had just, wrapped up his stay at a halfway house after being clean and. Sober, for two years he was that loses home parked out front rearranging his stuff it was about one forty five in the morning Where the guy driving down the road smashed injuries car other friends just happened to be nearby and saw with their own, is the aftermath and knocked the car back probably. Twenty feet it was bad and Craig was lodged underneath the car police arrested that driver, and emergency crews took five to the hospital according to his friends five has a broken leg. And bleeding in the brain that's komo's Suzanne Phan KOMO, news time just about nine ten time to check in at the sports desk after scoring just six runs in the. First three games of the series with Toronto, the Merida's put. A little power on display.

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"portland police bureau" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"portland police bureau" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Requests for additional resources the Portland police bureau deputy, chief Robert day wrote to federal officers pleading for help hours later the. Remaining ice workers were finally evacuated by a small federal. Police, team the facility was shut down for more than a week, now do you understand that so far They've occupied they're blocking the streets. They've, blocked these people in they called. For help get us out police said sorry can't help you so they, had to call, for federal officers to come in signs called. Employees Nazis in white supremacists others, accused them of running a concentration camp and, demanded open, borders and prosecution of ice agents along wall. Vandals wrote, the, names, of ice staff encouraging others to publish their private information online federal. Workers were defenceless as an, ice officer who asked his name not be published told me one of. His colleagues was. Trailed in the car and confronted when. He went to pick, up his daughter from summer camp later people showed up at his house, another had his name and photo plastered on flyers outside of his home. Accusing of him accusing him of being part of the. Gestapo, so where were the police order Away by democratic mayor Ted Wheeler who, doubles as the police Commissioner quote I. Do. Not want the Portland police to be engaged or sucked into a, conflict particularly from, an federal, agency that I believe is on the wrong track each tweeted if ISIS looking for a bailout from this mayor they're looking. In, the wrong place and quote the. Mob set up camp behind the building where they harassed journalists and banned, photography the open, border advocates also erected an eight foot wall. Around their site now that's funny Isn't that funny here people who who apparently are doing the right thing and. Thereby but the ban all photography and then to protest the wall you. Build. A wall The reporter says. I walked through when I saw young children even infants in squalid conditions in ninety degree heat every, American. Flag was defaced but the anarchists and communists flags were unspoiled Stewart Linquist the ice facilities seventy nine year. Old landlord needed to visit his property on June twenty-first quotes the, political powers of the city of Portland have stopped. The police from doing what they normally would do he told me when attempted. To, drive into his own parking lot, occupiers swarmed and pounded his window in the commotion Mr. Linquist car struck someone in the mob who wasn't injured, is home address however later appeared online and he. Says the harassment has, not ended on June? Twenty eighth federal police federal police mobilized from an out of, state facility and they finally moved in to reopen the office, they arrested a handful Full of people for refusing to leave the ice officers storefront but the rest retreated. To the camp and focus their vitriol on the offers officers they, repeatedly called black officers traders and house and words. They shouted that that they knew where the officers lived and they published their. Addresses, online the headaches family who owns the happy camper food cart across the street from the ice office responded to a statement with incredulity the mob, quote terrorized our family and quote and forced the. Family business to close MRs hey cts showed me a text. Message from her twenty one year old daughter brianna who ran the cart I just saw drug deal brianna, reported after members of the anti ice mob spotted her selling breakfast, burritos to federal officers the situation quickly deteriorated call me immediately brianna wrote. I'm being, accused of supporting, the pigs and child. And child deportation she said the people that were wearing masks threatened to. Hurt her and burn their cart down and the police never responded to her frantic. Phone calls Randy glare fifty, two year old artists longtime, resident was photographing the camp when he said a group of occupiers knocked his camera in. His face Charles William sixty two year old man lives across the street. Said someone threatened to stab him with an aids infected. Needle from his, balcony he said I saw, subs begin masked street patrols brandishing sticks Lisa Leonard Fifty-three-year-old disabled resident said occupiers hit her on the, head disabled her electric wheelchair and lifted her in the air when, she complained about the loud drumming she called the police they would only. Take her, statement locals wondered, why the city is. Allowed this According to Peter Simpson public information officer, with the Portland police it is at. The mayor's direction PBB will. Involve is involved in a very..

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"portland police bureau" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"portland police bureau" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"President Trump today acknowledged that the two thousand sixteen Trump Tower meeting between a Kremlin connected lawyer, and his son was to elect information about his political opponent casting, new light, on the, moment, central to the special counsels, Russia probe, correspondent, Mormon reports Twitter Mr. Trump wrote quoting here fake, news reporting a, complete fabrication that. I'm concerned about the meeting my wonderful son Donald from, tower this was a meeting to get information on an opponent totally legal. And on all the time in. Politics and it went nowhere I did not know about it the tweet was President Trump's clearest statement yet on. The purpose of that meeting which has become a focal point and Robert Muller's investigation President Trump also used Twitter to tear. Into the news media addressing supporters during a rally in Ohio last night's Mr. Trump says his administration, has done a lot to improve healthcare ObamaCare repeal and replace except for one man who showed up at two o'clock and. He voted down No but what we've done on Healthcare's incredible we've kept your numbers way down way below what, they thought we've taken away the individual mandate which is the single worst part Of ObamaCare the Portland police bureau said. That had confiscated multiple weapons and arrested four people during Saturday's rally protest by activist and self described anti-fascist police deployed flash bangs and other devices to try to disperse crowds, a message from someone inside of a makeshift compound in rural northern New Mexico that people were starving is what led to the discovery of eleven children living in filthy conditions Dallas county sheriff's. Officials, say that the children aging from the, age of one to fifteen were removed from the compound in these small community of more on, these stories at townhall dot com Intelligent conservative AM seventy theanswer a service of Salem media group on the NASDAQ at AM eleven seventy the answer Believe there's just a few weeks left. Of summer That means a new. School year.

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Portland far-right rally, counter-protest lead to some arrests, injuries

WBBM Programming

02:47 min | 2 years ago

Portland far-right rally, counter-protest lead to some arrests, injuries

"News time to forty one in, between a, Twitter attack on basketball superstar LeBron James and native of. Ohio and a Saturday political rally their President Trump tweeted about tariffs and Chinese imports China's He claimed his move to. Put tariffs on imports of goods from China is working far better than anyone ever anticipated he also claimed tremendous positive impact on. The steel, industry and, predicted tariffs. Will make the country much richer than it is today only fools he said would disagree. He also tweeted about Iran and its economy saying it. Is going very. Bad and fast he said he will, meet or, not meet, Iranian, leaders it doesn't matter he said it is up to them Tom Foty CBS news Washington the Portland police bureau says four people. Were arrested during rowdy protests. Between right wing. Activists, in, south described anti fascist Police. Saying they sees multiple weapons throughout the day the rally organized by Joey Gibson leader of right-wing leaning groups. Patriot prayer it drew, hundreds, of supporters and counter protesters a reporter for the Oregonian Oregon live was injured when he was struck by a, projectile during one of the protests March for our, lives activists, gathered outside National Rifle Association headquarters in Fairfax Virginia yesterday. The protests part of the road to change toward to remember and honor the victims of gun violence protesters are calling. On leaders says stand up from all sides of the aisle to ensure long overdue safety regulations and to oppose the sale of. Weapons such, as the, AR fifteen. W USA reporter Michael Quander said he saw no violence at the event Elise made it. A point to separate the two crowds of people who. Were a pro. Guy and people who were fighting for, gun reform, he actually, separated, by barricades so what you did see there was there were two sides of people on both sides of the issue Shouting across trying. To get their points across it at each other from across the way. March organizers are calling on the Internal Revenue Service to revoke the NRA's tax. Exempt status is tough access to downloadable blueprints for three d. printed guns Missouri woman has been arrested on. Suspicion of murder after a car plunged into the, Kansas. River, and the body of her five-year-old daughter was pulled from the water the Lawrence Kansas placed permanent says. Sharon Renita Dingle dean. Of Columbia, Missouri was arrested on a first degree murder charge related to the girl's death, she also faces an attempted murder charge, stemming from critical injuries to her one year. Old son remains hospitalized police say the children were passengers. In the vehicle saying Friday afternoon in the river in downtown Lawrence Kansas the toddler and mother were rescued the forecast in sports next WBZ. News time to forty four..

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"portland police bureau" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"portland police bureau" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"So if you were caught up into it let's let's find out what what really happened this morning and so. We invite Pete Simpson sergeant Pete Simpson more accurately the Portland police bureau spokesperson for the bureau to join us on the, on, the. Mason show today to talk about what happened this morning because so, many, thousands. Of people to be late to where they were getting to going. To go, in and my understanding is the first part of the. Problem was the connector ramp from I eighty four was closed for. Repairs right right my understanding is today was the. First. Day of the closure for oh. Dot so the the traffic? Impact was expected as? You know at. Four in the, morning again, it's it's not as big issue in our officers. Are dealing with these sorts of situations every, day sometimes multiple times a day but a great number of them don't impact other people they don't impact traffic this.

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"portland police bureau" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"portland police bureau" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"Well when they get there kyran doesn't come off of the bus and the bus driver inform them the cairo had not boarded the bus after school that day so then the bus driver was asked to call the school and ask where kyran could be she informed the school she was informed by the school secretary that kyran had not been in school since early that day and that he had been marked absent the driver she reports to the secretary that she did not have kyran and therefore he was missing you know so we have the parents don't have him he's not on the bus and the school saying that he's been absent since early that day right at three forty six pm the skyline school secretary this is susan hall she called the one call center using a private phone number assigned to the portland public schools dick district to report the kyrin was missing the nine one one call center then reported this information to the police at four thirty three that day officers from the portland police bureau and the multiple county sheriff's office arrived simultaneously at the school and at kai rents home at five thirty p m there is a rapid broadcast message from the portland public schools this goes out to alert families that there is a missing student the message is kyran hormann did not arrive at home today it was broadcast to the phones of parents across the school district so we have roughly about seven hours or so of kind of confusion roughly about nine o'clock in the morning as the last report of anybody saying that they seen him uh that we know of and then by the time he is reported missing this about seven hours later yes.

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"portland police bureau" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"portland police bureau" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Hmm two news headlines i'm keith lines pull a police responded to a disturbance at a residents in south east portland earlier this morning that we'd reported on that has now escalated to a full standoff quoting to the portland police bureau officers with the search team these special emergency reaction team along with the crisis negotiation team are on the scene of the subdued does two hundred block of southeast older officers say they held southeast older closed between southeast one hundred sixty eight than 174 a woman who had been inside that residents was able to come out one person still remains inside older elementary school located near that local an say noone will be allowed into the school while the standoff is still helping the school already had announced a late start today due to that police action today a twenty percent chance of showers or in your morning forecast mostly sunny with a high of sixty six four the money station on key pointless storm that could really create um political trouble port republican the moley of democrats aren't 100 squats of an era or and family holding up the relief effort then they can claim back the other way but i think a lot of politicians are are sort of the 10 to the political autos what happened justin do you have a sense of the response overwhelmingly in puerto rico because we've seen some conflicting reports out the governor trying to make peace between the mayor of san juan and president trump others saying look we have a ways to go trying to sing kumbaya is that the mood among.

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"portland police bureau" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"portland police bureau" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"The other stories or just absolutely crazy okay here is one regarded the portland police police had portland are pershing their gang databases because there aren't enough white gangs so they don't wanna look as if they're profiling anybody so literally police in portland an incredibly liberal city is it's an ntv headquarter a black lives matter headquarters they will no longer maintain a database of suspected gang members due to concerns that the vast majority of people with gangs are racial minorities well they are and the gangs though this i'm here in california the greater bay area you have the norte news in the saran joos the norte knows no that this rain yoz r guys from mexico who are from mexico and the sarande nieto's no that the nor tanios are mexicans who were born in america nor tenuous eranio's i get it and then you look at look at the the black eggs the black gangs hate the mexican gangs and hate the latin gang said you've got him as thirteen their primarily el salvadorian they all they all know what race one another happens to be oh don't have enough white gangs o k so officials intend now listen this is what they're doing a portland this is ludicrous if you're in portland in law enforcement maybe you can help maybe a missing something officials intend to notify the approximately three hundred people and the gang list that the bureau the portland police bureau will purge all records related to the designation so they're going so far as the to tell hey we just want to let you know that were now no longer consider you to be a member of a mexican gang hey we just want to let you know that we're no longer going to say you're part of that el salvadorian.

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"portland police bureau" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"portland police bureau" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Woman now if you allowed the democrats and the liberals to go down that road they said well it's at the mental health of a woman one of the great disasters and all of this and i've heard this for so many of my friends who have had abortions in their past and i know this from people who work for like pregnancy crisis pregnancy centers and those types of groups around the contrary which my wife and i have supported for years but the bottom line and then i have a daughter who's also bears your family counselor dealing with young women a one of the great tragedies of planned parenthood was so damned concerned about women's health they would offer post abortion counselling because from everything i've ever heard women really need that so if they're all about women's health how 'bout that for starters meantime we flip the page aged seventy other stories or just absolutely crazy okay here is one regarded the portland police police of portland are purging their gang databases because there aren't enough white gangs so they don't wanna look as if they're profiling anybody so literally police in portland an incredibly liberal city it sits an ntv headquarter a black lives matter headquarter they will no longer maintain a database of suspected gang members due to concerns that the vast majority of people with gangs are racial minorities well they are and the gangs oh this i'm here in california the great obey area you have the norte news in the saran ios the norte annuals know that this rain yoz r guys for mexico who are from mexico and the syringes know that the nor tanios are mexicans who were born in america nor changes to rain ios i get it and then you look at the uh look at the the black eggs the black gangs hate the mexican gangs and hate the latin gang said you've got us thirteen it primarily el salvadorian they all they although what race one another happens to be oh we don't have enough white gangs o k so officials intent now listen to this is what they're doing important this is ludicrous if you're in portland in law enforcement maybe you can hardly out maybe i'm missing something officials intend to notify the approximately three hundred people in the gang list that the bureau the portland police bureau will purge all records related to the designation so they're going so far.

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"portland police bureau" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"portland police bureau" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The portland police police of portland are pershing their gang databases because there aren't enough white gangs so they don't wanna look as if they're profiling anybody so literally police in portland any credibly liberal city it's it's an anti for headquarter a black lives matter headquarters they will no longer maintain a database of suspected gang members due to concerns that the vast majority of people with gangs are racial minorities well they are and the gangs know this i'm here in california the greater bay area you have them norte news in the saran joos the norte annuals know that this rain yoz r guys for mexico who are from mexico and this ceresnjes know that the nor tanios are mexicans who were born in america nor tenure syringes i get it and then you look at the ah look at the black eggs the black gangs hate the mexican gangs and gang said you've got him as thirteen their primarily el salvadorian they all they all know what race one another happens to be all we don't have enough white gangs o k so officials intend now listen this is what they're doing important this is ludicrous if you're in portland in law enforcement maybe you can help maybe a missing something officials intend to notify the approximately three hundred people and the gang list that the bureau the portland police bureau will purge all records related to the designation so they're going so far as the tell hey we just want to let you know that we're now no longer considering you to be a member of a mexican gang hey we just watch to let you know that we're no longer going to say you're part of that el salvadorian gang ms thirteen okay it's all good it'll make you happy won't it so captain mike krantz says we're not pretending gang violence doesn't exist were just taking this one thing away city officials and community activists have long urged the bureau to stop attaching the gang designation to criminal suspects claiming the practice disproportionately impacted people of color well that's their old fall for being gang members oh my gosh i mean community activists are actually now involved with police department policy this is stupid so under the current policy which is about to be changed under the current policy police officers can add someone to the gang.

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"portland police bureau" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"portland police bureau" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Majority of people with gang lambel are racial minorities so what what are they say they're saying that they're purging their day their gang database because their heart and off white gang members that's what they're saying i swear to god soast starting october 15th the portland police bureau andy twenty year practice of issuing gang member designations which the police can since they they say leads to the unintended consequences and a lifelong stigma even for those who have given up the gang lifestyle hey officials intend to notify approximately three hundred people on the gang list that the bureau will purge all records related to designations quote there are still criminal gang members that doesn't go away because we don't have again designation so says captain mike krantz we're not pretending gang violence doesn't exist we have a big problem were just taking this one thing away designations who they are great we have a gang we have agape problem here portland but we're going to take away all the labels of who they are so innocents were saying we've got this problem but we don't know who they are we used to know who they were but because their political correctness problem we don't know who they are anymore this is so stupid so stupid the city officials and community activists have long urged the bureau to stop attaching gang designation to criminal suspects claiming the practice disproportionately impacted people of color in a uae because there was more of them than their work gang members that were of of white persuasion she's the way it is so a review of the police data by the media last year found that eighty one percent of criminal gang affiliates importance database were racial or ethnic minorities oh okay so what.

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"portland police bureau" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"portland police bureau" Discussed on KGO 810

"In an act of civic love facing down a man allegedly spewing hate speech directed at two teenage girls one of whom was wearing a his job that man seems to have a public record of extremist ideology a team a term issued by the portland police bureau this extremism may be of a different type thing gets most of your attention or even the attention in the press but that doesn't make it any less serious or deadly and this kind of extremism is on the rise especially in the wake of your political ascendancy most people who studied these sorts of things do not think that is a coincidence i do not blame you directly for this incident nor do i think other people should but what a president says and who he has around him and the tone he sets can set the tone for the nation at large perhaps portland oregon his off your radar it is after all a rather liberal place it's even a sanctuary city but it is still an american city and you are it's president two americans have died leaving family and friends behind they are mourned by millions more who are also deeply worried about what might come next i hope you can find it worthy of your time to take notice that was from dan rather legendary newsman an open letter that he published to president trump to my knowledge to this point a president trump hasn't acknowledged it i don't know if he's aware of this letter i'm not even sure that he's aware of what happened in portland oregon as i said this is the one hundredth birthday of president john fitzgerald kennedy kennedy wrote the book profiles encourage what these three young men did in portland oregon is the epitome of profiles encourage.

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