Proposed Oregon Police Conduct Standards Omit Discipline For Connections To Hate Groups

In an effort to better hold Oregon law enforcement officers accountable when they are the ones who commit egregious or criminal acts, the Commission on Law Enforcement Standards of Conduct and Discipline has proposed a set of standards for law enforcement agencies statewide.

The proposed standards are the result of state House Bill 2930, which passed in 2021. Among the proposals are disciplinary measures for officers who use excessive force, commit sexual assault or target a person of color or someone from a protected class.

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