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suppressedID January 29th, 2019 4:01pm

Portland Police Bureau officials have told leaders at city school districts that if they want to maintain campus officers they’ll have to use school dollars to help pay for them. Both are facing budget issues. Who should pay for dedicated security?

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01/30/19 12:10 am

This doesn't even matter they are both funded by are tax payer dollars if they are low on funds the higher ups need to cut their pay for mismanaged funds

bluerum29 optimistic idealist
01/29/19 8:51 pm

It should be part of the state budget for education

Suzan Hawaii
01/29/19 7:55 pm

Then they can get who they want.

Squidboy Snarkapottamus
01/29/19 11:41 am

Just put a gun in every classroom and get rid of the police. Problem solved. You’re welcome NRA.

MoOoOoOse A Demagogic Country
01/29/19 10:57 am

What does cops mean? You mean they pay out of their own pocket or do you mean the police department. The police department should pay for it, but they also should get more funding for it.

suppressedID destiny is right now
01/29/19 12:04 pm

The police are already fitting the bill out of their budget. This would push the cost to the schools.

Diogenes Not Biden It
01/29/19 10:16 am

Schools. It’s Oregon, just tax the public some more.

kscott516 Revelation 5 6
01/29/19 10:02 am

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Robert01 existentialist
01/29/19 9:10 am

School should have to pay. Although knowing campus police in Portland school system a campus police officer is little more than a rent a cop. The security they provide to a school is merely a facade.

HtheC South Florida
01/29/19 10:11 am

Not only Porand this is mostly everywhere, look at Parkland as an example.

Robert01 existentialist
01/29/19 10:49 am

Human Portland a high school campus police officer or public school police officer is usually either about to retire or on some sort of disciplinary state.

These positions are usually filled by somebody who is the opposite of the best of the best.