Executive Leadership Training Seminar
January 15 - 17, 2020
Registration is now
For a General Conference Schedule, click here.
For more information on all of our presenters and sponsors click here.
Dallas PD - Winner of the No Shave November Contest
All participating agencies were entered into a drawing for a drone and
PowerDMS drew the winning agency. Congratulations, Dallas PD! And thank
you, PowerDMS, for your generous donation of a drone.
OACP College Scholarships
Know someone interested in applying
for one of OACP's 5 college scholarships that will be given this year?
Spread the word. Click the link below for more information.
OACP Membership Applications are
available to submit
Applications are due December 31.
Click here for the form.
2020 Joint OACP/OSSA Fall Conference
September 9 & 10, 2020 (These
dates were approved after input from the Conference Committee, OSSA, and
Mark your calendars!
1191 Capitol St. NE, Salem, OR 97301 |503.315.1411
Chief Kevin Martin
(Oakridge PD) met with Legislators in Washington D.C. in support of the
Coalition Against Bigger Trucks (CABT)
“Please praise cops for not shooting
her,” jury writes after DUII trial
A 12 person jury wrote a note to the
deputies involved in a DUII case earlier this year.
Portland plans to propose the strictest facial recognition ban
in the country
As the federal government plods along on developing privacy laws, some
cities are taking matters into their own hands—with facial recognition
technology at the top of the list.
When a heart transplant team got a
flat tire, Illinois State Police troopers got them to the patient in time
When a car carrying a surgeon, a medical student, a transplant
coordinator and a human heart stopped on the expressway on Chicago’s
Southwest Side, two Illinois State Police troopers came to their rescue.
Researchers develop system to locate
shooters using sounds of gunshots from phone videos
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University said a new system they’ve
developed using smartphone video can accurately locate a shooter.
FCC chair, Democrats call on Congress to reverse planned
The chair of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on
Monday joined several Democratic senators in urging the cancellation of an
auction of wireless spectrum used by U.S. law enforcement agencies because
of the costs and difficulty of moving them to alternatives.
OACP Weekly Update
Send feedback by contacting the OACP
Office at 503.315.1411 or by visiting the website listed below.
In This Issue...
- OACP News
- Oregon News
- National News
- Paid Advertisement
John E. Reid &
E. Reid and Associates has been providing
the most effective training available in the world in
the specialized skills of conducting investigative
interviews and interrogations. Their courses
have become required training programs for
hundreds of departments and organizations
throughout the country.
are being offered in Oregon on the following dates:
19-21, 2020 in Newberg, OR
10-12, 2020 in Medford, OR
For more information about The Reid Technique of Investigative
Interviewing and Advanced Interrogation Courses and
to register for a course, click here.