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Phone: (503) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: p***@***.gov
Portland Oregon USA
3031 SE Hawthorne Blvd
Portland, Oregon 97214
United States

 
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  • Oregon State University
  • degree , communications
    Portland State University
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Peter Simpson - Portland Police Bureau
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Portland Police Association at ppavigil.org - Rap Sheet
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Rap Sheet Editor, Sergeant Peter Simpson
Rapping Back #38: Portland Copwatch analyzes the Police "Union" newsletter
www.portlandcopwatch.org, 5 Mar 2006 [cached]
PPA VP and Rap Sheet Editor Peter Simpson clearly feels the Bureau members get no respect. In his January column, he cites a "Complete lack of public support from Portland area elected officials.
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In February, Simpson picks on Mayor Potter, asking "Where is the support for Portland Police officers on a daily basis? He "proves" that Portland Police officers are committed to the Bureau's values of Integrity, Compassion, Accountability, Respect, Excellence and Service "because they are out in the neighborhoods, working with people to make their neighborhoods safer and more livable. PPB do more than talk about it, they show their commitment to community policing by getting their hands dirty. Looking back at the rest of the comments made by Portland Police or chosen by Simpson to run in the newsletter, that claim rings hollow.
Rapping Back #36: Portland Copwatch analyzes the Police "Union" newsletter
www.portlandcopwatch.org, 5 Mar 2006 [cached]
In the same issue, PPA Vice President and Rap Sheet Editor Detective Peter Simpson chimed in about the PJTTF decision, stating it was "about politics, not oversight. Simpson derides the move as being to "appease the public and prevent abuses. He wrote that the FBI offered a Top Secret clearance to Chief Foxworth, who, according to Simpson, said he didn't need it. Perhaps that refusal was itself a political statement against Mayor Potter, but Simpson doesn't go there.
Simpson speculates on the reason the Council moved to withdraw the officers: "perhaps it's the influence of the vocal conspiracy-theory-driven minority" or as a protest against the Bush Administration. (Reminder: it was Bill Clinton's 1996 anti-terrorism bill that created regional JTTFs, and City Council has been wrestling with the issue of oversight since 2000, before Bush was in office.)
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In yet another canard created by the boys in blue, Simpson accuses Mayor Potter of saying to cops, "I don't trust you to do your job. Since Chief Foxworth disagreed with the decision, Potter sent a signal that he knows what's best for the Bureau. We should hope so, since the Bureau answers to the Mayor, and the Mayor is a former Portland Police Chief.
Simpson, like King, rewrites history by claiming Potter sought Top Secret clearance for the Chief, the City Attorney, and himself, even though the resolution calls for the "same level" of clearance for those officials as the officers--meaning the officers' clearances could have been reduced to "Secret."
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