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Portland Copwatch releases Portland City Council candidate questionnaire on police issues

In September, Portland Copwatch contacted the two remaining candidates
for Portland City Council, Jo Ann Hardesty and Loretta Smith, giving
them an opportunity to update their answers to our March 7 police
accountability questionnaire.
Portland Copwatch
(a project of Peace and Justice Works)
PO Box 42456
Portland, OR 97242
503-236-3065 (office)
503-321-5120 (incident report line)
 copwatch@portlandcopwatch.org
 http://www.portlandcopwatch.org

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For immediate release October 10, 2018

Portland Copwatch releases Portland City Council candidate questionnaire
on police issues

In September, Portland Copwatch contacted the two remaining candidates [...]

The updated results have been posted here:
 http://www.portlandcopwatch.org/copwatch_questionnaire_fall18.pdf

The issues covered in the survey are:

1. Deadly force
2. Force at protests
3. Joint Terrorism Task Force
4. Houseless persons and police and
5. Oversight

Once again, the deadly force issue is forefront in the news after
the September 30 officer involved shooting of Patrick Kimmons, and the
Joint Terrorism Task Force has been mentioned in numerous articles
covering the race.

Portland Copwatch is a project of Peace and Justice Works, a 501-c-3
nonprofit, and as such does not endorse any particular candidate for
office.

For more information contact Portland Copwatch at 503-236-3065 or
 copwatch@portlandcopwatch.org.

homepage: homepage: http://www.portlandcopwatch.org