ORCOPS Mission

The Oregon Coalition of Police & Sheriffs (ORCOPS) is a non-partisan organization that advocates on behalf of over 2,000 police officers, deputy sheriffs and other individuals in Oregon law enforcement agencies. ORCOPS serves as a source of leadership within the law enforcement community and aims to build trust between law enforcement officers and the communities we serve.


Portland Police Bureau
We hope to see you at PDX World Refugee Day on Saturday (7/22)!
Delta Park 12pm-4pm - FREE ADMISSION
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Portland Police Bureau

2 days ago

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Clackamas County Sheriff's Office
‪Catch bad guys ☑️ Take said bad guys to jail ☑️ Barely avoid a cougar...☑️ Reason #1065 we love this County ‬
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Clackamas County Sheriff's Office

City of Bend, Oregon Government
The mental health of our first responders is extremely important to the City of Bend Police Department and Bend Fire Department's chiefs. Here is a look at what is being done to help crews who respond to traumatic incidents occurring daily in the City of Bend.
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City of Bend, Oregon Government

6 days ago

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Monday, July 17, Deschutes County Sheriff's Office Oregon is hosting an event for parents, community members and middle and high school students aimed at empowering attendees to talk about suicide and depression in productive, meaningful ways and to get help finding resources.

Hope & Help: The Reasons You Need to Know About Youth Suicide at La Pine High School.

For more information, visit the event page.

Bend, Oregon La Pine, Oregon Deschutes County
City of Bend Police Department

Hope & Help: The Reasons You Need to Know About Youth SuicideJul 17, 6:00pmLa Pine High SchoolHow do parents talk to students about challenging issues like youth suicide and mental health? We are here to help! Parents, community members and middle and high school students are invited to attend one of three upcoming events aimed at empowering attendees to talk about suicide and depression in productive, meaningful ways and to get help finding resources.

During these interactive, free sessions, parents and students will learn how they can normalize conversations about suicide prevention, how to find resources in our community that support youth thorugh stressful times and how to help our children navigate current enterainment in ways that facilitate increased parent-child communication.

These events are sponsored by Safe Schools Alliance, which includes leaders from local law enforcement, education and health services throughout the region.

The Hope & Help events will take place throughout the region including:
Redmond: May 31, 6 to 7:30 p.m. at High Desert Education Service District
Bend: June 12, 6 to 7:30 p.m. at St. Charles Bend
Sisters: June 14, 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Sisters High School
La Pine: July 17, 6 to 7:30 p.m. at La Pine High School
Crook County: July 26, 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Barnes Butte Elementary School
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Hope & Help: The Reasons You Need to Know About Youth Suicide
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