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People's Police Report #75 Newsletter is now Online

Over the course of several weeks, a few members of PCW have been
converting the text and graphics from our 25th anniversary newsletter
People's Police Report #75 from print format to web-friendly. The whole
newsletter is now available with graphics at:

The whole newsletter People's Police Report #75 - September 2018 is now available with graphics at:


On that page is also a link to the newsletter as a PDF, as well as a
link to the index page for all 75 issues where you can see thumbnails of
the covers dating back to 1993.

Here's the information we sent about the contents when the newsletter
was printed back in August.


PPR #75 features articles on:

--Oregon reaches 25 law enforcement shootings in just 7 months
--Sketchy PPB Officer chases car, leading to deadly crash
--The Portland Police and "Union" vs. houseless people
--"Independent" Police Review seems to shun its Citizen Review Committee
--Portland Police collaborate with ICE to break up protest camp
--ICE abuses bring Joint Terrorism Task Force issue to the news
--Compliance Officer finds City close to finishing DOJ Agreement
--Training Advisory Council comments on race and force
--Chief Outlaw makes headlines with alarming remarks
--City officer uses "N" word, County pays settlement, and profiling data
--Police crack down on more antifascist/Patriot Prayer rallies
--IPR annual report drops force data
--PCW comments on Bureau policies
--Supremes uphold cell phone privacy
--"Rapping Back," our regular column analyzing information at the police
"union"'s websites
and more.

--People's Police Report
published three times a year by Portland Copwatch
PO Box 42456
Portland, OR 97242
(503) 236-3065

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