Tigard’s mayor is moving forward with plans to create a Tigard Public Safety Transformation Commission to consider and act on issues important to the community involving the city’s police department. That commission would research and look at a variety of topics – everything from accountability and transparency to police use of force — before deciding whether to forward the issue to the City Council for final approval.
Mayor Jason Snider said his proposal was the result of five to six weeks of constant communication and questions from the community where the city received more than 200 emails, phone calls and social media posts …
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