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24 Nov 2014
Police seek public comment on disciplinary policies
The Portland Police Bureau is seeking public comment in its disciplinary process.
The bureau will seek public comment on many of its policies at the beginning of each month. This is the second time it has sought comment on its disciplinary policies.
"Because the discipline process is a serious matter, a process which directly impacts members, reflects upon the Bureau, and is of interest to diverse, external parties, the Bureau is routing this series through its public process for a second time. The Bureau will be looking at national best practices and the public's comments in order to update these policies this fall," the bureau says.
Pubic comments can be made: www.portlandoregon.gov/police/59757.
The comments are being sought through Tuesday, Sept. 30, on the following disciplinary policies, which are posted on the website:
330.00, Internal Affairs Compliant Investigation Process
331.00, Service Improvement Opportunity
332.00, Administrative Investigations
333.00, Criminal Investigations of Police Bureau Employees
334.00, Performance Deficiencies
335.00, Discipline Process
336.00, Police Review Board
337.00, Police Review Board Personnel Selection
338.00, Discipline Guide
This webpage also enables community members to sign up for email notifications when new directives are posted.