With No Answers in Sight, We Count the Days Portland Probes a Police Leak

Brian Hunzeker resigned from his role as president of the Portland Police Association due to what the union described as a “serious, isolated mistake.”

Portland police officers patrol a downtown protest by bicycle.

243 DAYS:

That’s how long it’s been since the Portland Police Bureau opened an internal affairs investigation into the leak of information that wrongly implicated Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty in a March 3 hit-and-run. It has released no results of its inquiry.

232 DAYS:

That’s how long ago Officer Brian Hunzeker resigned from his role as president of the Portland Police Association due to what the union described as a “serious, isolated mistake related to the Police Bureau’s investigation into the alleged hit-and-run by Commissioner Hardesty.” We still don’t know what he did. The mayor’s office says it doesn’t know what he did.

231 DAYS:

That’s how long it’s been since the city signed a contract with an outside investigative firm to probe the leak.