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City Council Finds Officer Misconduct May 2019

On May 16, 2019 history was made when Portland City Council voted to find officer misconduct after a civilian appealed the findings that came from her complaint. The initial complaint involved Officer Neil Parker, who in his interviews admitted he wanted to give the Appellant a ticket because he didn't like the face she made at his armored vehicle and only wanted to find out who she was. Under City Code created in 2001, the Council's decision is final, but it had never been tested until this case.

In this two part show, Dan Handelman of Flying Focus (and Portland Copwatch) and Sam Bouman of KBOO FM guide the viewers through the two hearings that were held, the first one on May 2 including the Chair of the Citizen Review Committee, which believed Officer Parker retaliated against the Appellant, Police Chief Outlaw, who said there wasn't enough evidence either way. Council also hears from Internal Affairs, which did the investigation. In part two, during the deliberations and vote, Mayor Ted Wheeler-- who acts as Portland's Police Commissioner-- makes it clear he disagrees with CRC and, ultimately, the process.

This show was produced and recorded by Dan; the Council audio is by CityNet30.

Streaming made possible by Portland Copwatch.

Part 1 (28:30):

For your information, the chapter breaks we assigned for this video are:

Part 1:

  1. 0:00: Opening Credits
  2. 1:15: Introduction and background with
      Dan Handelman and Sam Bouman
  3. 3:46: Details of the complaint by
      Citizen Review Committee Chair Kristin Malone
  4. 13:26: Dan and Sam: summary of the situation, introduce Appellant
  5. 14:39: Appellant shares her side of the story
  6. 18:17: Sam and Dan introduce Chief/
      Chief Outlaw defends the officer
  7. 20:18: Options and history-Council and CRC
  8. 22:40: Sam and Dan introduce Council discussion /
      Commissioners Hardesty and Fritz ask questions
  9. 26:52: Dan and Sam: wrap up / End Credits
You can use these times to find a particular section if you want to jump to a certain portion of the show.

Part 2 (28:30):

For your information, the chapter breaks we assigned for this video are:

Part 2:

  1. 0:00: Opening Credits
  2. 1:15: Welcome back and recap with
      Sam Bouman and Dan Handelman
  3. 2:19: City Council discussion of case: Commissioners Fritz and Hardesty;
      Mayor Ted Wheeler challenges appellant
  4. 6:11: Council questions to CRC
  5. 11:48: City Council on the appeal process
  6. 15:46: Dan and Sam: Kicked to second hearing
  7. 16:33: Commissioners vote on whether the finding is supported
  8. 20:50: Sam, Dan on Council discussion /
      Mayor's speech
  9. 24:34: Dan, Sam critique Mayor analysis /
      Mayor's vote, and 2nd motion for new finding
  10. 26:35: Sam and Dan: wrap up part 2 / End Credits

The whole show (VB #112.02&03) is available for a donation of $11 (DVD/VHS) plus $4 postage and is streaming on line at our full shows You Tube channel.

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