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Police Shootings, Misconduct and Lawsuits

Do you ever wonder how much police misdeeds costs the people of Portland? Join Flying Focus and Portland Copwatch member Dan Handelman and KBOO Radio's Jasmin for an hour's conversation about the most horrific police misconduct cases that have caused the largest payouts by the City to victims or their families. The cases include shootings and other acts of violence, while the overall review of lawsuit settlements also includes more minor misconduct such as damaging people's fences, homes and cars. Most of the show focuses on the top 25 settlements between 1993 and 2021, but also more broadly the questions of whether officers are ever held accountable, how often police use deadly force in Oregon, and how many Portland Police have been involved in deadly force incidents.

For more information see the Portland Copwatch website at https://www.portlandcopwatch.org . This show was produced, recorded and edited by Dan using Zoom and other computer technology.

Streaming made possible by a generous individual.

Part 1 (28:28):

For your information, the chapter breaks we assigned for this video are:

Part 1:

  1. 0:00: Opening Credits
  2. 1:15: Intros, Top 25 Settlements / New names
  3. 4:35: No punishment for cops / City pays
  4. 6:32: A lot of money / car crashes, negligence and violations
  5. 11:12: Top 25 (1-3): William Monroe, Quanice Hayes, James Chasse, Jr
  6. 16:27: No real change
  7. 19:00: Top 25 (4): Aaron Campbell / DOJ, race, Keaton Otis, Kendra James
  8. 24:27: Top 25 (5): Lane Martin
  9. 26:10: Top 25 (6): Protestors 2002-03 / End credits
You can use these times to find a particular section if you want to jump to a certain portion of the show.

Part 2 (28:30):

For your information, the chapter breaks we assigned for this video are:

Part 2:

  1. 0:00: Opening Credits
  2. 1:15: Welcome back / Top 25 (7-8): Terrell Johnson, Damon Lowery
  3. 3:34: Top 25 (9-10): Jason Cox & body cameras, Raymond Gwerder
  4. 5:54: Tax dollars spent: Broken fences, cars and homes
  5. 9:05: Outrageous behaviors and public records
  6. 12:13: Total payouts and why to sue
  7. 16:30: Infographic: Officers involved in use of deadly force
  8. 18:47: Oregon state deadly force
  9. 21:58: Purpose of police / Keep organizing
  10. 26:40: Replacing police / thanks and End Credits

The whole show (VB #120.12&13) is available for a donation of $11 (DVD/VHS) plus $4 postage and is streaming on line at our full shows You Tube channel.

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