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About Us (PCCEP)
Welcome to PCCEP the Portland Committee on Community-Engaged Policing.
Accessibility is a key value to PCCEP and the City of Portland. Please utilize the resources below for increased accessibility, and contact our office directly if you have further questions or requests.
PCCEP: Approved and Adopted Recommendations
PCCEP Approved Recommendations
PCCEP: Behavioral Health Subcommittee
PCCEP: COCL & COAB
The Compliance Officer/Community Liaison (COCL) and the Community Oversight Advisory Board (COAB) are independent bodies charged with monitoring the implementation of the City of Portland's settlement agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice.
PCCEP: Core Patrol Services
PCCEP: Court FIlings & Transcripts
PCCEP: Get Involved!
Get involved with PCCEP!
PCCEP: Key Documents
A list of key documents for the Portland Committee on Community-Engaged Policing and its work. This list is being updated regularly.
PCCEP: Meeting Agendas, Minutes and Transcripts
PCCEP: Provide Written Public Comment to PCCEP
A web form to submit public comment in writing to PCCEP or its sub-committees.
PCCEP: Racial Equity Subcommittee
The Mission of the Racial Equity Subcommittee is to advance racial equity by giving voice to families of color and of low socioeconomic backgrounds by identifying areas of discrimination that require change, trust and the embedding of equity in various capacities.
PCCEP Recommendations (Non Approve/ Adopted)
PCCEP: Sign up for email updates!
Sign up for PCCEP email updates!
PCCEP: Steering Committee
PCCEP Steering Committee Meeting Agendas and Minutes
PCCEP Youth Membership Application
Application for PCCEP Youth Membership
PCCEP: Youth Subcommittee
PPB Annual Report 2021
City of Portland Website
The 2021 annual report of the PPB.
¿Quiénes somos? (PCCEP)
Register for Youth Speak Out April 18
Register for PCCEP's Youth Speak Out event on April 18 2022.
The City and the US Department of Justice have reached agreement on eight remedies to address the City’s response to the social justice protests of 2020. U.S. District Judge Michael H. Simon will hold a fairness hearing on Friday, April 29 at 9 a.m.