Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler, the Democratic leader who is being criticized for handling turbulent weeks in the city center, said the city’s original resolution essentially banned any interaction between The city police and federal government have been revised, a report said.
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The Oregonian newspaper reported Wednesday that Wheeler said last month’s resolution missed several “key points”, including federal appointments by state police to protect federal property in the city. . The new policy allows for communication between the city police and the federal government in the city, who are normally based there, the report said.
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State police captain Timothy R. Fox said on Thursday that officers will leave the city after a two-week mission to help defend a federal court that has been a target of protesters for months. conflict near the US Court of Mark O. Hatfield.
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The state police are “continually reassessing our resources and the needs of our partner agencies, and at this point we tend to move those resources back to the counties where they are. prosecution of criminal acts is still a priority, ”he said
Associated Press contributed to this report