Police unions have too much power. It’s time to hold them accountable.
Oregon Police Bill of Rights
Oregon voters who favor repealing the state's Police Bill of Rights: 72%
Things to remember:
- Erases misconduct records
- Restricts / Delays Interrogations
- Gives officers unfair access to information
- Disqualifies Complaints
- Requires City Pay for Misconduct
- Limits Oversight / Discipline
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Police Officer Bills of Rights exist to enshrine a set of protections into state law that almost guarantee that officers cannot be held accountable, and limit Mayors and other leaders from taking swift and necessary action when warranted.
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Legislative Lead, Senate President
Secondary Legislative Lead, House Speaker