Portland, Or., Names First Black Woman Chief

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Danielle Outlaw, a 19-year veteran of the Oakland Police Department who started as a police explorer in high school, will serve as Portland's next chief, only the third outsider named to lead the Police Bureau, The Oregonian reports. Her appointment by Mayor Ted Wheeler comes at a critical time when community and police relations are strained and the force faces a daunting list of . . .

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