From KATU.com, October 31, 2006 Mayor Potter says he is seeking $500,000 in hopes of getting all Portland police officers additional training on how to deal with people with mental health issues following a fatal incident in September.
From the Bend Bulletin, October 31, 2006 Deschutes County Sheriff Les Stiles has officially cleared two deputies involved in the fatal shooting of a La Pine man last month of any wrongdoing. Stiles announced Monday that the deputies adhered to “department policy, procedure and training” during a domestic violence call Sept. 15 that resulted in […]
From the Oregonian, October 28, 2006 – not online Stories of eccentricities, poems and songs that family and friends shared in a memorial vigil for “Jim-Jim” Friday night brought to life a man now more noted for his death in Portland police custody. James P. Chasse Jr. died Sept. 17 after police spotted him acting […]
From The Portland Tribune, Oct 27, 2006 Portland police officer Christopher Humphreys, involved last month in the death of James Chasse Jr., was named in a federal lawsuit alleging police brutality that the city settled for $90,000 earlier this year. And in instances of use of force, Humphreys is tied for No. 2 within the […]