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RecommendationRecommendation PacketRelated ToArea of ResponsibilitySubcommittee Tracking #SC PacketSC Vote DateSC Vote OutcomeFull COAB Vote DateFull COAB Vote OutcomeLink to Full COAB Vote TrackerTransmittals to DOJAdditional NotesStatus
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061115-1Require all PPB Officers be trained in trauma –informed care. Trauma-informed would require that PPB Officers understand the neurobiological, psychological and social impacts of fear and trauma.

Require Trauma Informed Care training be performed by experts in Trauma-Informed Care (and not by PPB officers themselves). There are several local experts, some of whom already sit on the BHU Advisory Council to include Dr. Maggie Bennington-Davis.
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/mhcrs-mental-health-policy-directive-recommendations-and-ongoing
850.20 Mental Health Crisis ResponseRecommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actionsMHCRS-16/4/2015Approved6/11/2015Approvedn/aDr. Amy Watson (COCL) shared at the DOJ/PPB/COCL meeting in late June
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061115-2Require all PPB officers receive ADVANCED crisis intervention training (more robust than the current 40 hours with intermittent touch-ups). Currently, the existing CIT training for all PPB Officers has not proven sufficient to impact a change in the subculture that exist in the PPB, therefore, improved training is required.

Second aspect of the CIT training recommendation is to increase the proportion of PPB officers who receive specialized training in ECIT. MHCRS recommends that at least 40% of PPB officers shall be specialized in ECIT. This recommendation is consistent with the terms of the settlement agreement. The Memphis Model requires that all officers be trained in CIT with a concomitant subset of Officers that are specialized and equipped with Enhanced crisis intervention skills.
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/mhcrs-mental-health-policy-directive-recommendations-and-ongoing
850.20 Mental Health Crisis ResponseRecommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actionsMHCRS-26/4/2015Approved6/11/2015Approvedn/aDr. Amy Watson (COCL) shared at the DOJ/PPB/COCL meeting in late June
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061115-3Require all PPB officers be adequately and sufficiently trained in cultural competence and further that the cultural specificity and diversity is reflected among the officers and through the Behavioral Health Unit (BHU). More explicitly, we recommend that the BHU contract with culturally-specific MH providers for MH interventions.
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/mhcrs-mental-health-policy-directive-recommendations-and-ongoing
850.20 Mental Health Crisis ResponseRecommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actionsMHCRS-36/4/2015Approved6/11/2015Approvedn/aDr. Amy Watson (COCL) shared at the DOJ/PPB/COCL meeting in late June
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061115-4Recommend PPB establish very clear outcome measures/benchmarks that clearly demonstrate the effectiveness for ALL training. How does an officer/the community/the COAB/COCL measure and demonstrate the stated benefit of crisis intervention training?
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/mhcrs-mental-health-policy-directive-recommendations-and-ongoing
850.20 Mental Health Crisis ResponseRecommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actionsMHCRS-46/4/2015Approved6/11/2015Approvedn/aDr. Amy Watson (COCL) shared at the DOJ/PPB/COCL meeting in late June
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081615-1A well-trained law enforcement agency other than the PPB should conduct criminal investigations and the Independent Police Review Division (“IPR”) should conduct the administrative (internal) investigations of in-custody deaths and the use of deadly force by PPB officers.
http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/19%20memo%20re%20Directives%20416.00%20%26%201010.10_1.pdf
1010.10 Post Deadly Force ProceduresIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-17/20/20155-08/16/2015Approved: 12-2

Yes: Edmo, Feuless, Gardner, Gordly, Johnson, Landford, Maxwell, Moreland-Capuia, Rivier, Silver, Steenson, Wolfe
No: Cahana, Meieran
n/ahttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/081415%20Memo%20re%20COAB%20Recommendations%20on%20Directive%201010.10.pdf
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081615-21010.10, Definitions, No. 3, should be changed to state that the responsibility of PPB members to assist in investigations of in-custody deaths and the use of deadly force by PPB members is for the purpose of determining: (a) whether the member's actions were justified under the criminal law, (b) whether the member's action were justified under PPB policy, and (c) to identify any PPB training deficiencies.
http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/19%20memo%20re%20Directives%20416.00%20%26%201010.10_1.pdf
1010.10 Post Deadly Force ProceduresIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-27/20/20155-08/16/2015Approved: 12-2

Yes: Edmo, Feuless, Gardner, Gordly, Johnson, Landford, Maxwell, Moreland-Capuia, Rivier, Silver, Steenson, Wolfe
No: Cahana, Meieran
n/ahttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/081415%20Memo%20re%20COAB%20Recommendations%20on%20Directive%201010.10.pdf
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081615-3Eliminate the "48-hour" rule, located in the Collective Bargaining Agreement ("CBA") between the Portland Police Association (“PPA”) and the City of Portland which allows an officer to receive two days advance notice before the officer is required to participate in interviews or submit written reports.
http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/19%20memo%20re%20Directives%20416.00%20%26%201010.10_1.pdf
1010.10 Post Deadly Force ProceduresIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-37/20/20155-08/16/2015Approved: 12-2

Yes: Edmo, Feuless, Gardner, Gordly, Johnson, Landford, Maxwell, Moreland-Capuia, Rivier, Silver, Steenson, Wolfe
No: Cahana, Meieran
n/ahttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/081415%20Memo%20re%20COAB%20Recommendations%20on%20Directive%201010.10.pdf
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081615-4Amend the CBA and the Portland City Code regarding the Independent Police Review Division ("IPR") to grant the IPR the authority to compel officer testimony, includinginvestigations into in-custody deaths, the use of deadly force, and the use of force resulting in injury to a citizen.
http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/19%20memo%20re%20Directives%20416.00%20%26%201010.10_1.pdf
1010.10 Post Deadly Force ProceduresIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-47/20/20155-08/16/2015Approved: 12-2

Yes: Edmo, Feuless, Gardner, Gordly, Johnson, Landford, Maxwell, Moreland-Capuia, Rivier, Silver, Steenson, Wolfe
No: Cahana, Meieran
n/ahttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/081415%20Memo%20re%20COAB%20Recommendations%20on%20Directive%201010.10.pdf
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081615-5The PPB should not release information to the media or the public about the criminal history, if there is one, of a subject of an in-custody death or deadly force.
http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/19%20memo%20re%20Directives%20416.00%20%26%201010.10_1.pdf
1010.10 Post Deadly Force ProceduresIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-57/20/20155-08/16/2015Approved: 12-2

Yes: Edmo, Feuless, Gardner, Gordly, Johnson, Landford, Maxwell, Moreland-Capuia, Rivier, Silver, Steenson, Wolfe
No: Cahana, Meieran
n/ahttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/081415%20Memo%20re%20COAB%20Recommendations%20on%20Directive%201010.10.pdf
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081615-6The PPB should not release to the media or the public the “mug shot,” if there is one, of a subject of an in-custody death or deadly force.
http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/19%20memo%20re%20Directives%20416.00%20%26%201010.10_1.pdf
1010.10 Post Deadly Force ProceduresIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-67/20/20155-08/16/2015Approved: 12-2

Yes: Edmo, Feuless, Gardner, Gordly, Johnson, Landford, Maxwell, Moreland-Capuia, Rivier, Silver, Steenson, Wolfe
No: Cahana, Meieran
n/ahttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/081415%20Memo%20re%20COAB%20Recommendations%20on%20Directive%201010.10.pdf
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091015-1RECOMMEND adding a glossary/definitions of names and terms in policy, e.g.,
“responsibility unit manager.”
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/coab-91015-meeting-handouts
1500.00 TrainingRecommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actionsMHCRS-59/3/20156-09/10/2015Approved: 13-0n/ahttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/111615%20COAB%201500%20Recommendations%20Memo.pdf
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091015-2RECOMMEND adding language regarding delivery and instructors, that training instructors
include more voices from outside PPB, including community members and individuals with lived
experience.
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/coab-91015-meeting-handouts
1500.00 TrainingRecommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actionsMHCRS-69/3/20156-09/10/2015Approved: 13-0n/ahttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/111615%20COAB%201500%20Recommendations%20Memo.pdf
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091015-3RECOMMEND that training include a cultural responsiveness to the houseless community, those impacted by mental illness, and other marginalized communities
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/coab-91015-meeting-handouts
1500.00 TrainingRecommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actionsMHCRS-79/3/20156-012/10/2015Approved: 11-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/12-10-15%20Approved%20COAB%20Recommendations_0.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/111615%20COAB%201500%20Recommendations%20Memo.pdferror during 9/10/15 meeting, and vote not taken; COAB voted on 12/10/2015
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091015-4RECOMMEND that policies include clear attribution of who developed the policy, and a clear contact for that person
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/coab-91015-meeting-handouts
1500.00 TrainingRecommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actionsMHCRS-89/3/20156-09/10/2015Approved: 11-0-2n/ahttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/111615%20COAB%201500%20Recommendations%20Memo.pdf
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091015-5RECOMMEND this 1500 policy outlines the specific training that Portland police officers do receive, should receive, will receive, and that they include the trainings MHCRS recommended months ago (e.g., trauma-informed care; see original recommendations, attached)—listing those recommendations
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/coab-91015-meeting-handouts
1500.00 TrainingRecommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actionsMHCRS-99/3/20156-09/10/2015Approved: 13-0n/ahttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/111615%20COAB%201500%20Recommendations%20Memo.pdf
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091015-6Recommend that police training be consistent with policy
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/coab-91015-meeting-handouts
1500.00 TrainingRecommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actionsMHCRS-109/3/2015n/a9/10/2015Approved: 9-0-2n/ahttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/111615%20COAB%201500%20Recommendations%20Memo.pdfLanguage of preceeding motion, which failed: Recommend that the Police Bureau require that its training be to the policy, consistent with the policy and not outside of the policy, whatever the policy may be they're training about.
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100815-1Add a second full COAB meeting to the existing meeting, increasing meetings to two per month to occur on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month.
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/coab-100815-meeting-handouts
meetingsOtherCOAB Chair-1n/an/a10/8/2015 Approved: 6-3n/aimplemented
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100815-2The PPB should rewrite directive 344.05, bias-based policing/racial profiling prohibited. The amended directive should be identical to or consistent with the Seattle police department’s “bias-free policing” policy, including its mission statement, its core principles and its supporting policy statements.
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/coab-100815-meeting-handouts
344.05 Bias Free Policing PolicyIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-79/21/20154-0, Steenson, Feuless, Silver, Wolfe10/8/2015Approved: 10-0n/a
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100815-3The PPB should create a new directive regarding voluntary contacts, Terry stops and detentions. The new directive should be identical to or consistent with the Seattle police department’s directive on those topics.
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/coab-100815-meeting-handouts
344.05 Bias Free Policing PolicyIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-89/21/20154-0, Steenson, Feuless, Silver, Wolfe10/8/2015Approved: 10-0n/a
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100815-4The PPB should prohibit pretext stops.
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/coab-100815-meeting-handouts
344.05 Bias Free Policing PolicyIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-99/21/20154-0, Steenson, Feuless, Silver, Wolfe10/8/2015Approved: 9-1-1n/a
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100815-5If pretext stops are not prohibited, the PPB should collect stops data on pretext stops
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/coab-100815-meeting-handouts
344.05 Bias Free Policing PolicyIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-109/21/20154-0, Steenson, Feuless, Silver, Wolfe10/8/2015Approved: 10-0n/a
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100815-6The PPB should collect stops data by individual officers and specialty units, such as the gang enforcement team and any “hot spots policing” units or teams.
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/coab-100815-meeting-handouts
344.05 Bias Free Policing PolicyIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-119/21/20154-0, Steenson, Feuless, Silver, Wolfe10/8/2015Approved: 9-1-1n/a
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100815-7The PPB should collect data on non-custodial, consensual investigatory interviews
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/coab-100815-meeting-handouts
344.05 Bias Free Policing PolicyIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-129/21/20154-0, Steenson, Feuless, Silver, Wolfe10/8/2015Approved: 9-0-1n/a
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100815-8The PPB should advise persons subjected to a non-custodial, consenusal interview, in writing, that they have the right not to answer questions and the right to leave anytime
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/coab-100815-meeting-handouts
344.05 Bias Free Policing PolicyIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-139/21/20154-0, Steenson, Feuless, Silver, Wolfe10/8/2015Approved: 9-1n/a
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100815-9The PPB should prohibit consent searches. If consent searches are not prohibited, the PPB should require its officers to use written forms for consensual searches, signed by the person being searched in advance of the search, which contains advice to the person about the right to refuse to consent without being subjected to any adverse consequences
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/coab-100815-meeting-handouts
344.05 Bias Free Policing PolicyIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-149/21/20154-0, Steenson, Feuless, Silver, Wolfe10/8/2015Approved: 8-2-0n/a
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100815-10
Recommend that COAB schedule a second meeting on November 19 to accomplish the work of the COAB, and prioritize scheduling items that require a vote for the regularly scheduled November 12 meeting
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/coab-100815-meeting-handouts
meetingsOtherEC-19/25/20153-0, Feuless, Edmo, Wolfe10/8/2015Approved: 8-0-1n/aimplemented
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102215-1COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION AND REWRITE OF PPB DIRECTIVE 1010.00, USE OF FORCE: Directive 1010.00, Use of Force, should be comprehensively examined and rewritten where needed to ensure that all of the recommendations from the Data Systems, Use of Force, Compliance Subcommittee are embodied in the directive. (See packet for further explanation.)
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/121015-coab-meeting-handouts-use-force-101000-recommendations
1010.00 Use of ForceIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-159/28/20154-0, Feuless, Siver, Steenson, Wolfe12/10/2015Approved 11-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/12-10-15%20Approved%20COAB%20Recommendations_0.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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102215-2There should be a set of core principles for when the use of force is authorized, and these principles should be explicitly laid out at the beginning of revised Directive 1010.00, Use of Force. (See packet for further explanation.)
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/121015-coab-meeting-handouts-use-force-101000-recommendations
1010.00 Use of ForceIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-169/28/20154-0, Feuless, Siver, Steenson, Wolfe12/10/2015Approved 11-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/12-10-15%20Approved%20COAB%20Recommendations_0.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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102215-3DETERMINING THE REASONABLENESS OF FORCE: There should be specific criteria for determining the reasonableness of both the initiation and the continuation of the use of force in any encounter. (See packet for further explanation.)
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/121015-coab-meeting-handouts-use-force-101000-recommendations
1010.00 Use of ForceIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-179/28/20154-0, Feuless, Siver, Steenson, Wolfe12/10/2015Approved 12-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/12-10-15%20Approved%20COAB%20Recommendations_0.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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102215-4Prohibit the use of deadly force except in very limited, extraordinary circumstances (See packet for further explanation.)
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/121015-coab-meeting-handouts-use-force-101000-recommendations
1010.00 Use of ForceIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-179/28/20153-0-1, yes: Silver, Steenson, Wolfe abstained: Feuless12/10/2015Approved 12-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/12-10-15%20Approved%20COAB%20Recommendations_0.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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102215-5SPECIFIC PROHIBITIONS ON THE USE OF FORCE: Prohibitions against the use of specific types of force should be explicitly spelled out, both for absolute prohibitions and prohibitions except in very limited circumstances. (See packet for further explanation.)
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/121015-coab-meeting-handouts-use-force-101000-recommendations
1010.00 Use of ForceIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-189/28/20154-0, Fuelless, Silver, Steenson, Wolfe1/28/2016Approved 8-2http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/01-28-16-coab-meeting-approved-recommendationshttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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102215-6ANTECEDENTS TO THE USE OF FORCE: Before any use of force, an officer must, if time, safety, and the facts and circumstances permit, provide a verbal warning of the type of force to be used. If such a verbal warning is issued, the officer must provide the subject with time to comply. (See packet for further explanation.)
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/121015-coab-meeting-handouts-use-force-101000-recommendations
1010.00 Use of ForceIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-199/28/20154-0; Fueless, Silver, Steenson, Wolfe1/28/2016Approved 10-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/01-28-16-coab-meeting-approved-recommendationshttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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102215-7OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Each officer present at an encounter where the use of force is possible or underway has the responsibility of making an individual determination regarding the use of force. (See packet for further explanation.)
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/121015-coab-meeting-handouts-use-force-101000-recommendations
1010.00 Use of ForceIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-209/28/20154-0; Fueless, Silver, Steenson, Wolfe1/28/2016Approved 10-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/01-28-16-coab-meeting-approved-recommendationshttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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102215-8MISCELLANEOUS (See packet for further explanation; details specific word change recommendations and clarifications.)
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/121015-coab-meeting-handouts-use-force-101000-recommendations
1010.00 Use of ForceIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-219/28/20154-0; Fueless, Silver, Steenson, Wolfe1/28/2016Approved 10-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/01-28-16-coab-meeting-approved-recommendationshttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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111215-1All Directives Related to Use of Force... should be revised to be clear, comprehensive and consistent with the COAB’s anticipated recommendations regarding Directive 1010.00 (Use of Force) and previous recommendation regarding Directive 1010.10 (Post Deadly Force Procedures). (See packet for further explanation.)
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/1210-coab-meeting-handouts-weapons-related-recommendations
1010.00 Use of ForceIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-2210/19/20154-0; Fueless, Silver, Steenson, Wolfe1/28/2016Approved 10-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/01-28-16-coab-meeting-approved-recommendationshttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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111215-2Revise Directive 1030.00, Baton Use, to Clarify When the Use of Police Batons Is Authorized (See packet for further explanation.)
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/1210-coab-meeting-handouts-weapons-related-recommendations
1030.00 Baton UseIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-2310/19/20154-0; Fueless, Silver, Steenson, Wolfe1/28/2016Approved 9-0-1 as amendedhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/library/01-28-16-coab-meeting-approved-recommendationshttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdfFriendly amendment: Substitute "deaf or hard of
hearing" for "hearing impaired"
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111215-3Revise Directive 1040.00, Aerosol Restraints, to Clarify When the Use of Aerosol Restraints [Pepper Spray]) Is Authorized (See packet for further explanation.)
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/1210-coab-meeting-handouts-weapons-related-recommendations
1040.00 Aerosol Restraints Independently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-2410/19/20154-0; Fueless, Silver, Steenson, Wolfependingsent to DSUFCS for further work; see 111215-3a
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111215-4Revise Directive 1050.00, Less Lethal Weapons and Munitions, to Clarify When the Use of Beanbag Shotguns Is Authorized (See packet for further explanation.)
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/1210-coab-meeting-handouts-weapons-related-recommendations
1050.00 Less Lethal Weapons and MunitionsIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-2510/19/20154-0; Fueless, Silver, Steenson, Wolfe2/11/2016Approved 11-1-1http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/02-11-16%20COAB%20Meeting%20-%20Approved%20Recommendations_0.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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111215-5Rename and Revise Directive 1051.00, Electronic Control Weapon System, to Clarify When the Use of Conducted Electrical Weapons [Tasers] Is Authorized. (See packet for further explanation.)
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/1210-coab-meeting-handouts-weapons-related-recommendations
1051.00 Electronic Control Weapon SystemIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-2610/19/20153-0-1; yes: Silver, Steenson, Wolfe; abstained: Feuless2/11/2016Approved 12-0 as amendedhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/02-11-16%20COAB%20Meeting%20-%20Approved%20Recommendations_0.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdfDefine "young children" as those who are perceived to be as young as 18
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111215-6Revise Directive 1090, Special Weapon Use, to Clarify What “Special Weapons” the PPB Has Approved or Is Only Testing, When Their Use Is Authorized and Who Can Use Them. (See packet for further explanation.)
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/1210-coab-meeting-handouts-weapons-related-recommendations
1090.00 Special Weapon UseIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-2710/19/20154-0; Fueless, Silver, Steenson, Wolfe3/10/2016Approved 9-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/031016%20COAB%20Vote%20Tracker%20%E2%80%94%20approved%20recommendations_0.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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111215-7Revise Directive 630.15 Foot Pursuits… to further clarify when foot pursuits should be initiated or terminated. (See packet for further explanation.)
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/1210-coab-meeting-handouts-weapons-related-recommendations
630.15 Foot PursuitsIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-2810/19/20153-1; yes: Feuless, Silver, Steenson; no: Wolfe3/10/2016Approved 8-1 as amended, and sent back to committee for further work; see 032416-5http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/031016%20COAB%20Vote%20Tracker%20%E2%80%94%20approved%20recommendations_0.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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111215-8Revised Directive 315.30, Satisfactory Performance, should be consistent with all of the COAB’s recommendations for rewriting Directive 1010.00, Use of Force. (See packet for further explanation.)
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/1210-coab-meeting-handouts-weapons-related-recommendations
315.30 Satisfactory Performance
Independently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-2910/19/20154-0; Feuless, Silver, Steenson, Wolfe3/24/2016Approved 9-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/031016%20COAB%20Vote%20Tracker%20%E2%80%94%20approved%20recommendations_0.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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111215-9Minimize Incidents of Bystander Endangerment: The PPB should revise its policy in current Directive 1010.00, Use of Force, as may be necessary to ensure that the incidence of bystander endangerments when firearms are discharged or potentially discharged is minimized. (See packet for further explanation.)
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/1210-coab-meeting-handouts-weapons-related-recommendations
1010.00 Use of ForceIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-3010/19/20154-0; Feuless, Silver, Steenson, Wolfe3/24/2016Approved 8-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/031016%20COAB%20Vote%20Tracker%20%E2%80%94%20approved%20recommendations_0.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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111215-10
Make Explicit and Unequivocal in Any Appropriate Directives and Training Procedures and Practices that Heightened Risk, Not Any Particular Distance Between Subject and Officer, Determines Whether It Is Appropriate to Draw a Weapon (See packet for further explanation.)
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/handouts-coab-meetings/1210-coab-meeting-handouts-weapons-related-recommendations
1010.00 Use of ForceIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-3110/19/20154-0; Feuless, Silver, Steenson, Wolfe3/24/2016Approved 8-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/031016%20COAB%20Vote%20Tracker%20%E2%80%94%20approved%20recommendations_0.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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031016-1Revise Directive 870.20, Custody and Transportation of Subjects to contain only policy statements, to eliminate references to “maximum restraint”, to change “might present an immediate threat” to “is presenting an immediate threat”, and to eliminate the use of terms such as “deranged”, “bizarre”, and “excited delirium” from its directives and training (See packet for further explanation.)870.20, Custody and Transportation of SubjectsIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-323/10/2016Approved 8-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/031016%20COAB%20Vote%20Tracker%20%E2%80%94%20approved%20recommendations_0.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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032416-1Directive 630.50, Emergency Medical Aid, should include an explanation of what kind of First Aid/CPR training is required and offered 630.50, Emergency Medical AidIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
MHCRS-113/3/20163/24/2016Approved 11-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/032416%20Vote%20Tracker.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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032416-2Directive 870.20, Custody and Transportation of Subjects, should include a description of training required and offered 870.20, Custody and Transportation of SubjectsIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
MHCRS-123/3/20163/24/2016Approved 11-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/032416%20Vote%20Tracker.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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032416-3Directive 630.45, Emergency Medical Custody Transports, should be revised as follows: (see packed for further explanation). 630.45, Emergency Medical Custody TransportsIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
AS-1
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/accountability-subcommittee%E2%80%94agendas-minutes-handouts/31416-accountability-subcommittee-0
3/14/20163-03/24/2016Approved 11-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/032416%20Vote%20Tracker.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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032416-4COAB urgently advises Mayor Hales and Chief O’Dea to immediately remove the 48-hour rule from PPB policies, procedures, and the Portland Police Association Collective Bargaining Agreement48-hour ruleAdvice to the Chief and the Police Commissioner on strategies to improve community relations

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
AS-2
http://www.cocl-coab.org/library/accountability-subcommittee%E2%80%94agendas-minutes-handouts/31416-accountability-subcommittee-0
3/14/20162-0revised by AS—see 042816-1
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032416-5Foot Pursuits—should clarify which kinds of foot pursuits should be initiated or terminated 630.15, Foot PursuitsAdvice to the Chief and the Police Commissioner on strategies to improve community relations

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-333/24/2016Approved 11-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/032416%20Vote%20Tracker.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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102215-4a
Directive 1010.00, Use of Force— This recommendation would modify a portion of Recommendation # 102215-4, to add an intent element to when deadly force may be used1010.00, Use of ForceIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-343/24/2016Approved 10-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/032416%20Vote%20Tracker.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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111215-3a
Directive 1040.00, Aerosol Restraints—this recommendation modifies 111215-3, previously considered by COAB, to clarify when the use of pepper spray is authorized and when it is not. The proposed revisions would correct those deficiencies.1040,00, Aerosol RestraintsIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-353/24/2016Failed 4-3-4http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/032416%20Vote%20Tracker.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/04112016%20DOJ%20memo%20with%20attachments.pdf
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042816-1COAB urgently advises Mayor Hales and Chief O’Dea to take immediate steps to remove the 48-hour rule from PPB policies, procedures, and the Portland Police Association Collective Bargaining Agreement48-hour ruleIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
AS-34/12/20164-04/28/2016Approved 12-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/042816%20vote%20tracker.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/library/coab-recommendations/coab-recommendation-transmittals-doj
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051216-1Amend to prohibit the use of profanity, and to make consistent with COAB's prior recemmendation regarding bias-free policing. 0310.40 CourtesyIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
DSUFCS-364/18/20163-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/042816%20vote%20tracker.pdf
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071416-1COAB should be allowed to select its own chair from its own membership.n/an/an/an/a7/14/16Approved 9-1http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/071416%20COAB%20Vote%20Tracker_0.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/library/coab-recommendations/71416-coab-recommendation-transmittal-city-and-doj
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071416-2The COCL should be replaced, in whole or in part, by a court-appointed monitor with duties and responsibilities similar to the court-appointed monitors in cases brought by the DOJ against other cities such as Seattle and New Orleans. To the extent that implementation of this recommendation would require a change or modification to the Settlement Agreement, the COAB recommends that the DOJ and the City agree to do so. This recommendation specifically means that the COAB will continue to exist in its current role and will continue to be the voice of the community. Nothing about this recommendation is intended to reduce the COAB’s role in any way and the COAB will remain as viable now as it is now with a court-appointed monitor.n/an/an/an/an/an/a7/14/16Approved 8-2http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/071416%20COAB%20Vote%20Tracker_0.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/library/coab-recommendations/71416-coab-recommendation-transmittal-city-and-doj
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102716-1The complaint system shall be streamlined by moving all community complaints... to the purview of the Independent Police Review Commission and Citizen Review Commission... adding the new position of Police Auditor to oversee the proper functioning of the system (See packet for full recommendation.)
http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/AS%20recs%20approved%20final_0.pdf
AccountabilityIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
n/a7/12/20163-010/27/16Approved 5-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/102716%20Vote%20Tracker.pdfhttp://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/111116%20DOJ%20Memo%20with%20attachment.pdf
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102716-2Amendment to bylaws: If less than 12 currently appointed members, quorum shall consist of a simple majority of the currently appointed membershipn/aCOAB governancen/an/an/an/an/a10/27/16Approved 8-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/102716%20Vote%20Tracker.pdfn/a
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102716-3Consolidation of DSUFCS and AS to form the Accountability Subcommittee (Data Systems, Use of Force, Compliance)n/aCOAB governancen/an/an/an/an/a10/27/16Approved 5-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/102716%20Vote%20Tracker.pdfn/a
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102716-4The Portland Police Bureau should develop and implement an instructional system design model (“ISDM”] for comprehensive use of force training to provide a systemic methodology to address its training needs. The PPB’s ISDM should rely upon and/or incorporate the Seattle Police Department’s ISDM for comprehensive use of force training which reflects best practices and which in DOJ v. Seattle was approved by the Department of Justice and its police practitioner expert, Robert Davis, the former Chief of Police of San Jose and former president of the Major City Chief’s Conference. n/aTrainingIndependently assess implementation of this Agreement

Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actions
n/an/an/an/a10/27/16Approved 5-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/111516%20DOJ%20Memo%20IDSM%20Rec.pdf
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111016-11. To approve and send a letter to the City about the COAB’s approved recommendations; the letter should also go to Mayor-elect Wheeler, 2. Invite Mayor, Chief and Mayor-elect to the next COAB meeting, 3. The COAB should receive a schedule from the City and/or the DOJ as to when the COAB’s recommendations are scheduled for review and when they can expect a response to their recommendations, and 4. The COAB should be “present at the table” and be included in the discussion held by the DOJ, the PPB, the City, the PPA, the AMAC and the COCL to discuss policy/training recommendations related to the particular matter.Recommendations to the Parties and the COCL on additional actionsn/an/an/an/a11/10/16Approved 5-0
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012617-1The current COAB members’ terms should be extended.n/aCOAB member termsn/an/an/an/a1/26/17Approved 5-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/012817%20Memo%20City-DOJ.pdf
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012617-2PPN should discontinue use of gang affiliate list and provide evidence that they have done it.n/an/an/a11/21/16Approved 3-01/26/17Approved 5-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/012817%20Memo%20City-DOJ.pdf
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012617-3If some form of the COAB continues, they follow-up on recommendation 012617-2.n/an/an/an/an/a1/26/17Approved 5-0http://www.cocl-coab.org/sites/default/files/012817%20Memo%20City-DOJ.pdf
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