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Oregon ACLU Encourages Citizens To Video Police

By Jim McCoy Fri 7th November Newspolicevideo
The ACLU encourages witnesses to exercise their right to record video of police interactions or arrests in public places. With a smartphone app called ACLU Mobile Justice, they can send those videos to the American Civil Liberties Union of Oregon for review. Executive Director David Fidanque told The Oregonian (http://bit.ly/1wABmqx ) the videos are a check on police powers. Read More »

University of Oregon Holds Forum On Arming Campus Police

By Jim McCoy Tue 12th February NewsgunpoliceUniversity of Oregon
At a Monday night forum on arming University of Oregon police, many students opposed bringing guns on campus, but law enforcement officials said guns are a needed tool. The Register-Guard reports students who spoke said they feel the campus is relatively safe, and guns aren't needed, given the nature of university crimes. Lane County District Attorney Alex Gardner backed up univeRead More »

High Tech Crimes Task Force Leader Resigns

By Jim McCoy Thu 2nd August Newshigh tech crimes task forcepolice

Jackson County District Attorney Mark Huddleton says the police lieutenant who heads the Southern Oregon High-Tech Crimes Task Force has resigned amid an investigation.  Huddleton declined to describe the allegations against Josh Moulin, who was a member of the Central Point Police Department.
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