The Portland police union's
headquarters has been vandalized for the second time this year, union leaders announced today in a news release.
Windows on both the street-facing sides of the Portland Police Association
building in Northwest Portland were broken overnight, the union says. Several windows were boarded up when we went by this afternoon to investigate.
Vandals also hit the union headquarters in March during anti-police demonstrations
following the shooting death of Jackie Collins
in Hoyt Arboretum.
"The encouragement and support expressed by Portland's citizens after the first incident was terrific," interim union president Dave Dobler
said in today's news release.
"No matter what comes their way, Portland's law enforcement officers return each day to do their job of protecting and serving the citizens of the city of Portland," Dobler continues. "Our members expect nothing less from their labor union. At the PPA, it's business as usual."