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John Hummel

District Attorney

Deschutes County

HQ Phone:  (541) 548-2711

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Deschutes County

3800 SW Airport Way

Redmond, Oregon,97756

United States

Company Description

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Background Information

Employment History

State and Federal Policy Director

Oregon Primary Care Association


Co-Founder and Vice President

SparTree Solutions


Editorial Columnist

Advanced Media Inc


DeKeyzer Law PLLC


Attorney

Hummel Law Firm


Affiliations

United Way of Deschutes County

Board Member


Bend Bulletin

City Councilor


Cascade Business News

Bend City Council Member


3EStrategies

Member of Advisory Board


Oregon Trial Lawyers Association

Member


City of Bend

City Councilor


Office of the United States Trade Representative

Project Advisor


Eli Lilly and Company, International Government Affairs Division

Graduate Fellow


BendFilm

Board Member


Education

B.A. degree

Roanoke College


J.D. degree

University of Arkansas School of Law


JD

College of Environment and Design at the University of Georgia


Master of International Public Policy

Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies


Masters degree

International Public Policy

School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University


Web References(191 Total References)


August 2017 - KSJJ 102.9

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A community public safety survey commissioned by Deschutes County District Attorney John Hummel and a community advisory group shows the 2 problems that impact public safety the most in Deschutes [...]


Deschutes County community public safety survey shows illegal drug use as number one concern - KSJJ 102.9

ksjj1029.com [cached]

A community public safety survey commissioned by Deschutes County District Attorney John Hummel and a community advisory group shows the 2 problems that impact public safety the most in Deschutes County are illegal drug use and traffic safety.


Mental Health Association of Portland - Part 3

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In a letter sent Monday to Deschutes County District Attorney John Hummel, DOJ Chief Counsel Michael Slauson said the agency's Criminal Justice Division had reviewed the investigation conducted by the Tri-County Major Crime Team to determine if criminal charges were warranted.
Department of Justice Chief Counsel Michael J. Slauson informed Hummel via a letter that the Department of Justice concluded there was insufficient evidence to find Bend Police Officer Scot Schaier criminally liable for shooting Jacques. Hummel thanked the Department of Justice for their work: Hummel also expressed his condolences to the family of Michael Jacques: Finally, Hummel recognized the struggle that the involved officers and their families have endured: An investigation into the shooting was started by the Deschutes County District Attorney's Office, but District Attorney John Hummel quickly recused himself due to a conflict of interest. The investigation has since been taken over by Oregon State Police, after a conflict of interest arose with Deschutes County District Attorney John Hummel, who's represented in a personal case by the same firm hired by Jacques' family. A hearty thump on the back to Deschutes County District Attorney John Hummel for interrupting a longstanding practice of treating police with kid-gloved reverence, and treating justice not at all. By yielding the Michael Jacques investigation to the Oregon Department of Justice, Hummel veered off the path of impunity and neatly extracted his office from a clear conflict of interest. His family pleaded for a fair investigation; under Hummel, that was by no means guaranteed. District attorneys are part of law enforcement. In use-of-force cases, this means law enforcement investigates law enforcement. In 2015, we asked Hummel about the inherent conflict of interest. He replied, "In the last 20 years, my office has not charged a police officer or deputy with a use of force crime for force used while on duty. Well, yes. Deschutes County District Attorney John Hummel said the investigation is continuing, and he doesn't expect to release any more information until next week. He said two officers were present when Jacques was shot, and both have been interviewed. He would not say whether one or both officers fired their handguns. "My sympathies are with the family of Michael Jacques and with the involved officers and their families," Hummel said Thursday.


DA's community survey finds drug abuse top concern - KTVZ

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Hummel plans new program to address drug crimes
BEND, Ore. - Deschutes County District Attorney John Hummel released a report Wednesday that documents the results of a recent survey that gauged county residents' views on public safety. An advisory group spent about a year going through crime data to figure out the big drivers of crime. Drug crimes were rated No. 1,and most of the public agreed in the survey. "I think Deschutes County is safe, because it is safe," Hummel said. Hummel said the results showed the county is both tough and fair on crime. "What we saw in this survey is, if you're a drug dealer and you're doing major drug dealing, we will throw the hammer at you," Hummel said. "But if you're a person suffering from an addiction, let's get you the help you need." Driving under the influence is believed to be a major public safety issue by respondents, but there was also a high degree of consensus that the issues surrounding traffic safety also relate to drivers driving too fast, being distracted behind the wheel (phone use), and driving too aggressively. The survey also reported people felt public safety, from the fall of 2015 to 2016, either became less safe or stayed the same. Hummel said he was not surprised residents are concerned about traffic safety. "The day to day things that impact the people the most are aggressive driving, improper lane changes, speeding, and drunk driving," Hummel said. "We need to continue the focus on that, because those are the quality of life crimes that people have to grapple with every day." The county's voter registration database was used to form a list of 10,000 randomly selected homes in the county, but that survey was opened up to the entire county to increase participation. In the end, a total of 941 people participated in the survey. Hummel said the survey was designed to allow people to report their level of safety in a specific town. He said it can also be about perspective, and he tried to gauge people's impression about their safety, rather than the actual crime numbers. Overall, the survey reported most people felt like Deschutes County is a safe place to live. Full survey results are contained in the survey report. "Thank you to everyone who took the time to share their thoughts on public safety in our community," Hummel said.


Board of Directors | United Way of Deschutes County

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John Hummel
Deschutes County District Attorney


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