City and Police Union Survive Negotiations Without Declaring Impasse


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Contrary to their previously reported plans, the City of Portland and the police union survived a morning round of contract negotiations with neither side declaring impasse. That means the talks will remain open to the public for now. But the next round of talks is set for next Friday, Dec. 10. And the union president, Officer Daryl Turner, says the option remains to declare an impasse and ...   More
 
Friday, December 3, 2010 JAMES PITKIN

Police Union Boss Pushes Back on Two Theories about the No-Confidence Vote


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Amid all the political speculation on the Portland Police Associations's current no-confidence vote against Chief Rosie Sizer and Police Commissioner Dan Saltzman, two recurring theories have endured. Both were swatted down today by union president Sgt. Scott Westerman in an interview with WW. The first theory making the rounds has it that the union's no-confidence vote against Sizer and ...   More
 
Friday, November 27, 2009 JAMES PITKIN

Police Union Shredded No-Confidence Ballots on Sizer and Saltzman (UPDATED With Election Results)


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The Portland Police Association announced today it has two candidates heading for a runoff to be president of the 900-member union. Officer Daryl Turner got 44 percent of the 671 votes cast. Sgt. Doug Justus got 39 percent. A third candidate, Officer John Grable, did not make the runoff. Ballots in the runoff election will be counted July 21. Whichever candidate wins the election, there's ...   More
 
Friday, June 18, 2010 JAMES PITKIN

Officer Daryl Turner Elected President of the Portland Police Union


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As even his opponent predicted, Central Precinct Officer Daryl Turner today was elected president of the powerful Portland police union. Turner received 63 percent of the 675 votes cast, according to the Portland Police Association website. Sgt. Doug Justus received 37-percent support from the 900-member union. Turner will be sworn in this Friday, according to the union website. He'll complete ...   More
 
Wednesday, July 21, 2010 JAMES PITKIN

Police Union Candidate Predicts Opponent Will Win


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Tomorrow is the day the Portland Police Association tallies the votes in a runoff election to pick its next president. But one of the final two candidates to head the powerful union, Sgt. Doug Justus, is already predicting his opponent, Officer Daryl Turner, will be victorious. "I think probably Daryl will win because the guys want an officer," Justus says. "They kind of like the fact that ...   More
 
Tuesday, July 20, 2010 JAMES PITKIN

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