Community policing has come to Hawthorne Boulevard—and it seems to be working.
After 32 years, Robert Proctor and his wife, Jocelyn, had
gotten used to the “travelers”—the influx of homeless people who
gathered each summer near their home next to the CD Gamexchange o
The mayoral candidates talk about community policing—but not how the city can pay for it.
Charlie Hales says he’s crossed paths with the Portland
police during his campaign for mayor—and he hasn’t always liked what
He talks of a recent
weapons stop he witnessed a