Background

The best description of United States v. City of Portland is on Wikipedia.

Documents pertaining to the case are scattered across several sites, including Wikipedia. They include –

  • The “COAB COCL” website. This site may be abandoned or incorporated with other current or new sites soon. (This website was destroyed by the City of Portland in February 2019.)
  • The Portland Police Bureau’s DOJ page.
  • The website for Rosenbuam & Associates – the Chicago-based contractors hired by the City of Portland to review to progress of the Police Bureau to complete the items in the settlement agreement.
  • Portland’s Committee on Community-Engaged Policing has a set of web pages, largely duplicative of the COAB COCL website, buried in the City of Portland’s website.
  • The Albina Ministerial Alliance’s Coalition for Justice and Police Reform has a website.
  • The Portland Police Association has a website.
  • Found others? Let us know!

    Who’s Who in United States v. City of Portland

    Adrian Brown – attorney for the US DOJ, no longer associated with the case
    Amanda Marshall – former US DOJ attorney for Oregon, no longer associated with the case
    Amy Ruiz – contractor for Rosenbaum & Associates
    Amy Watson – former member of Rosenbaum & Associates
    Anil Karia – attorney for the Portland Police Association, amicus to the case
    Ashlee Albies – attorney for the Albina Ministerial Coalition for Peace and Justice Reform
    Ashley Heiberger – former contractor for Rosenbaum & Associates
    Billy Williams – US DOJ attorney for Oregon
    Bob Day – deputy chief of the Portland Police Bureau
    Bob Joondeph – representative of the Mental Health Alliance (retired 6/2019)
    Brad Taylor – former Mental Health Coordinator for the City of Portland, now contract facilitator for the PCCEP
    Brandon Lee – contract facilitator for the PCCEP, fired 11/2018
    Chris Davis – assistant chief of the Portland Police Bureau
    Chuck Lovell – lieutenant of the Portland Police Bureau
    Claudia Claudio – city of Portland staff
    Cody Ridenour – city of Portland staff, formerly assisting COAB meetings
    Dan Handelman – member of Albina Ministerial Coalition for Peace and Justice Reform Steering Committee
    Danielle Outlaw – chief of the Portland Police Bureau
    Daryl Turner – member of the Portland Police Association
    David Knight – attorney for the US DOJ, no longer associated with the case
    Deanna Wesson-Mitchell – former liaison from the Mayor’s office on police issues
    Dennis Rosenbaum – owner of Rosenbaum & Associates
    Derald Walker – representative of the Mental Health Alliance
    Ellen Osoinach – city of Portland attorney, no longer associated with the case
    Geoffrey Alpert – former contractor for Rosenbaum & Associates
    Heather Daniel – former contractor for Rosenbaum & Associates
    Hun Taing – contract facilitator for the PCCEP
    Jan Friedman – attorney for the Mental Health Alliance
    Janet Hammer – attorney for the City of Portland
    Jared Hager – attorney for the US DOJ
    Jason Renaud – representative of the Mental Health Alliance
    Jeff Bell – captain of the Portland Police Bureau
    Jessica Polansky – attorney for the US DOJ
    Jo Ann Hardesty – Portland City Commissioner
    Joan Harris – member of Albina Ministerial Coalition for Peace and Justice Reform
    John Gore – attorney for the US DOJ
    Jonas Geissler – attorney for the US DOJ
    Juan C. Chavez – attorney for the Mental Health Alliance
    Judith Mowery – city of Portland staff
    Judy Prosper – attorney for the City of Portland, no longer associated with the case
    Kerry Dean – attorney for the US DOJ
    Kristen Chambers – attorney for the Albina Ministerial Coalition for Peace and Justice Reform
    Laura Cowall – attorney for the US DOJ
    Mandi Hood – former staff to the COAB and the PCCEP
    Mark Amburg – attorney for the City of Portland
    Rev. Mark Knutsen – member of Albina Ministerial Coalition for Peace and Justice Reform Steering Committee
    Mary Austad – assistant to Judge Michael Simon
    Mary Claire Buckley – civilian staff of the Portland Police Bureau
    Megan Mohler – former contractor for Rosenbaum & Associates
    Michael Simon – judge of United States v. City of Portland
    Mike Krantz – former liaison from the Portland Police Bureau to the case
    Mike Marshman – former chief of the Portland Police Bureau
    Nicole Grant – liaison from the Mayor’s office to the case
    Pat Walsh – former liaison from the Portland Police Bureau to the case
    Renata Gowie – attorney for the US DOJ
    Rev. Dr. LeRoy Haynes – co-chair of the Albina Ministerial Coalition for Peace and Justice Reform
    Rev. Dr. T. Allen Bethel – co-chair of the Albina Ministerial Coalition for Peace and Justice Reform
    Seth Wayne – attorney for the US DOJ, no longer associated with the case
    Shauna Curphey – former attorney for the Albina Ministerial Coalition for Peace and Justice Reform
    Steve Jones – former liaison from the Portland Police Bureau to the case
    Steven Rosenbaum – attorney for the US DOJ
    Tom Christoff – contractor for Rosenbaum & Associates
    Tracy Reeve – attorney for the City of Portland

    Members of the Portland Committee for Community-Engaged Policing (PCCEP) (2018 – current)

    Yolanda Clay
    Lakayna Drury – elected co-chair 12/2018
    LaKeesha Dumas – elected co-chair 12/2018
    Robert Dye
    Sharon Gary-Smith
    Aden Hassan
    Andrew Kalloch
    Michelle Lang
    Patrick Nolen
    Sam Sachs
    Zachary Thornhill – resigned 2/2018
    Kalonji Williams
    Sebastian Chevalier

    Rachel Benjamin – alternate
    Taylor Ford – alternate
    Yolanda Salguiero – alternate
    Raul Steven Trujillo – alternate
    Amarien Simmons – alternate
    Britt Masback – alternate

    Members of the Community Oversight Advisory Board (COAB) (2015-2017)

    Rabbi Michael Cahana
    Se-ah-dom Edmo – alternate, became active
    Vince Elmore – non-voting PPB officer
    Bud (now Bea) Feuless
    Catherine Gardner
    Vanessa Gonzalez
    Avel Gordly
    Tashia Hager – non-voting PPB officer
    Michelle Hughes – non-voting PPB officer
    Jakhary Jackson – non-voting PPB officer
    Kristi Jamison, MSW
    Jimi Johnson
    Ime Kerlee
    Laquida Landford – alternate, became active
    Sharon Maxwell
    Mireaya Medina – alternate, became active
    Sharon Meieran, MD
    Paul Meyer – non-voting PPB officer
    Alisha Moreland-Capuia, MD
    Cory Murphy
    Emanuel Price
    Myrlaviani Rivier
    Joshua Robinson
    Rochelle Silver, RN
    Tom Steenson, JD – alternate, became active
    Philip Wolfe – alternate, became active
    Karl Klundt – alternate, became active, – non-voting PPB officer
    Lavaun Heaster – alternate, did not serve
    Marcia Sutterberg – alternate, did not serve