The Public Safety Committee supports community partnerships to prevent crime, alleviate the fear of crime in the community, and promote emergency preparedness in the community. More specifically, the committee:
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Meetings are held the first Thursday of the month at 7 PM in the Hamilton Room of the Multnomah Center, 7688 SW Capitol Hwy.
Contact: James Nobles, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Southwest Portland residents express their appreciation of Portland Police officers for their outstanding work. This video played at the annual Community Policing Reception event hosted by the Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc. (SWNI) Public Safety Committee. Produced by Stefanie Adams, Crime Prevention Coordinator, Portland Office of Neighborhood Involvement.
Sargent Ty Engstrom of the Portland Police Bureau, Central Precinct honors Officer Scott and Officer Fleming for their excellent work in southwest neighborhoods.
Emergency Survival Handbook: Are you ready? Before a disaster strikes, plan and prepare. Published by the Portland Police Bureau, Strategic Services Division, Emergency Management Unit.
RUN. HIDE. FIGHT. Surviving an Active Shooter Event: After the mass shooting at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, the City of Houston has released this how-to video on what people should do if caught in an active shooter event. The video was produced and funded by the Houston Mayor’s Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security.
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Part 1 (2.9MB)
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