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News Release
Troutdale's First Community Policing Deputy Starts This Week - 02/12/20

This week, Multnomah County Sheriff’s Deputy Nick Bohrer became Troutdale’s first Community Resource Deputy. In this new role, Bohrer will work exclusively within the City of Troutdale, connecting with neighborhoods, local businesses and community groups to encourage stronger participation in crime reduction efforts and greater coordination to address crime-related issues. While Bohrer will be able to respond to 911 calls across the county, his primary focus will be serving the City of Troutdale.

“Community-based policing builds and maintains community trust and better serves the needs of our neighborhoods,” Sheriff Mike Reese said. “The Sheriff’s Office is committed to implementing preventative and innovative problem-solving methods to reduce crime, while improving the quality of life, and Dep. Bohrer will lead by example in this new role.”

Bohrer is familiar with Troutdale. He served as a police officer for the city before joining MCSO in 2015. He joins two patrol deputies already assigned to Troutdale, and former MCSO deputy, Joe Storagee, who recently started as the city’s Code Compliance Officer.

Today, between 11 and 11:30 a.m., Dep. Bohrer and members from the City of Troutdale will be available for interviews on this new role and relationship at the Troutdale Sheriff’s Operations Center at 234 SW Kendall Ct, Troutdale, OR 97060.

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