In late July, PPB mailed a letter to Jo Ann Hardesty’s office at City Hall that said the investigation had concluded.
The Delgado family is “disappointed but not surprised” at the outcome, says their attorney Ashlee Albies.
Gee, ain’t it funny how time slips away?
In May, the City Council voted down Hardesty’s citywide expansion by a 3-2 margin.
Contract negotiations resumed in January after a nearly yearlong delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Half a year has passed.
Currently, the sheriff’s office operates its training center in a small gym housed in a corporate building.
Decker says the incumbent is “publicly claiming to embrace reform efforts, but obstructing them behind closed doors.”
Derrick Peterson’s candidacy makes this the first contested Multnomah County sheriff’s race in more than a decade.
Nicole Morrisey O’Donnell wants to replace her boss.
The clock keeps ticking, so we keep counting.
Ascencio’s lawsuit marks the second time in weeks that the city of The Dalles has been embroiled in public controversy stemming from employee issues.
A city audit previously criticized the Police Bureau for lax oversight of officers’ overtime.
The DA’s office says it is still reviewing four cases for potential criminal prosecution.
“We also know that many first responders are deeply opposed to vaccine mandates.”