Next Meeting: Thursday, December 7, 2017
Multnomah Arts Center, Room 29
7688 SW Capitol Hwy, Portland, Oregon 97219
The Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc. Public Safety Committee meets on the 1st Thursday of the month. In lieu of the January, April and October meetings, the quarterly Public Safety Action Committee (PSAC) meetings are held. The PSAC meetings are held at the same location, 6:30pm with open house starting at 6:00pm to meet local police officers.
Confirm scheduled meetings in the Southwest Neighborhoods Calendar.
All meetings are open to the public. Everyone is welcome.
Contact Public Safety Committee Chair Carol Porto, firstname.lastname@example.org
*************Save the Date!!! Emergency Preparedness Fair March 4, 2018 12-4pm Multnomah Arts Center Auditorium
Quarterly Public Safety Action Committee (PSAC) Meetings
Quarterly Public Safety Action Committee meetings will be held in lieu of the Public Safety Committee Meetings in October, January and April.
All residents and businesses in SW Portland are invited.
The Southwest Neighborhoods Public Safety Committee has been around for years, providing members with valuable information about crime prevention and emergency preparedness.The agenda will reflect the crime-related concerns of community members in attendance and projects the group wants to pursue.
PSAC meetings are a great opportunity for community members to meet their neighborhood officers and Central Precinct command staff. It is a forum where community members, businesses, neighborhood associations, and the Portland Police Bureau Central Precinct officers come together to problem-solve issues in their neighborhoods. PSAC meetings start at 6:30pm, with open house 6-6:30pm to meet local officers.
Contact Crime Prevention Coordinator Jenni Pullen, email@example.com, 503-823-4257.
Neighborhood Emergency Teams
Do you know what to do in the event of a disaster? They say the BIG ONE is coming.......
Learn what you should have on hand, what you can do and how to survive by speaking with your local Neighborhood Emergency Team (NET). Find your neighborhood NET team on the Portland Bureau of Emergency Management (PBEM) team list.
PBEM offers free NET training classes. Sign up at portlandprepares.org.
For information contact Jeremy VanKeuren, Program Manager.
Recent Presentation Materials
Take 5 To Survive Presentation Materials:
- How Long Can You Survive?
- Managing Your Utilities During A Disaster
- Food & Water
- It's An Emergency! Do You Know Where Your Family Is?
- Protect Your Family Before Disaster Strikes
- Preparedness Calendar
- Home Hazard Hunt
- Motor Vehicle Preparedness
- Killer On The Loose (Earthquakes)
- Drop, Cover, and Hold On!
- Electrical Outages and Home Safety
- Heat Wave
- Disaster Psychology
- Thunderstorms & Lightning
- Windstorms and Tornadoes
- Winter Storms
Jay Raskin's Presentation: Oregon Resilience Plan, Lessons for SW Portland
Video of Stan Houseman's full Take 5 to Survive Emergency Preparedness presentation on October 4th, 2016.
Video of guest speaker Stan Houseman's presentation on "Gas & Go" Emergency Preparedness demonstration & speech.
Multnomah County Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES) presentation by Bob Cady
Public Safety Links and Phone Numbers
(503) 823-4257 Crime Prevention Coordinator Jenni Pullen, Office of Neighborhood Involvement, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Find a full listing of Crime Prevention Program services at https://www.portlandoregon.gov/oni/index.cfm?&c=28395
(503) 823-1700 for 24-hour maintenance and repair of traffic signs, signals and equipment, pavement markings and condition, sidewalks and potholes.
(503) 865-LAMP (5267) To report a street light outage, a light going on and off (cycling), a light on during the day, vandalism, or any other problem with a street light, call the Street Light Outage Hotline or use their online form. When reporting a problem, please provide as much information as you can about the location, especially pole numbers, adjacent addresses, and side of the street. Simple repairs take about a week. You may get voice mail, so please leave your name and phone number. https://www.portlandoregon.gov/transportation/article/192905
(503) 823-SAFE - Transportation Safety and Neighborhood Livability line. Report non-emergency unsafe pedestrian conditions such as obstacles or vegetation in walkways, paths, etc.
(503) 823 - 3333 - Portland Police Bureau Non-Emergency number. See a list of issues handled by the TRU/Non-Emergency number at https://www.portlandoregon.gov/police/article/416175
Portland Bureau of Emergency Management NET Program - Neighborhood Emergency Teams (NETs) are Portland residents trained by PBEM and Portland Fire & Rescue to provide emergency disaster assistance within their own neighborhoods. http://www.portlandoregon.gov/pbem/31667?
Portland Bureau of Transportation Traffic Safety Resources: https://www.portlandoregon.gov/transportation/55303
Every Corner is a Crosswalk - Video work commissioned by the Portland Bureau of Transportation. This covers three pieces of Oregon pedestrian crosswalk law: Unmarked crosswalks, signalized crosswalk where driver and pedestrian get the signal at the same time and mid-block crossings in marked crosswalks: http://animatedtrafficlaw.org/ror/index.php/RoR:Every_corner_is_a_crosswalk
Office of Neighborhood Involvement: SW Portland Crime Prevention: http://www.portlandonline.com/oni/index.cfm?c=44650
Portland Police Bureau: Crime maps and statistics: http://www.portlandonline.com/police/index.cfm?c=29795
The Ultimate Guide to Driving Safely & Avoiding Distractions http://www.exchangeandmart.co.uk/distracted-driving
Protecting Yourself From Road Rage http://www.angeresources.com/protectself.htm
Email PublicSafety@swni.org or call the Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc office, (503) 823-4592