Oregon DOJ News

Oregon Launches Statewide Sanctuary Promise Hotline

Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum today launched a new statewide Sanctuary Promise Hotline. Anyone can and should report suspected violations of Oregon sanctuary laws to the hotline in any language. Oregon’s long-standing sanctuary laws restrict state and local law enforcement as well as all state and local government agencies from collecting, storing, or sharing information… View Article

Posted in Media Release on April 1, 2022

Oregón Lanza la Línea Directa Estatal de Promesa de Santuario

La Fiscal General de Oregon, Ellen Rosenblum, lanzó hoy una nueva Línea directa estatal de Promesa de Santuario. Cualquier persona puede y debe denunciar las presuntas violaciones de las leyes de santuario de Oregon a la línea directa en cualquier idioma. Las históricas leyes de santuario de Oregon les prohíben a las fuerzas policiales estatales… View Article

Posted in Media Release on April 1, 2022

Former West Linn Police Department Sergeant Charged with Official Misconduct

Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum announced today that former West Linn Police Department Sergeant Tony Reeves has been charged with Official Misconduct in the First Degree related to Reeves’s 2017 investigation of Michael Fesser. The charges were filed in Multnomah County, and an arraignment date has not been set. The matter was referred to the Oregon… View Article

Posted in Media Release on March 10, 2022

DOJ’s Top Ten Consumer Complaints List of 2021

To kick off National Consumer Protection Week, Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum today released the Oregon Department of Justice’s (DOJ) list of 2021’s top ten consumer complaints. For the second year in a row, auto sales and repairs, telecommunications and imposter scams took the top three spots. A big part of Oregon DOJ’s consumer protection is aimed… View Article

Posted in Consumer Protection, Media Release, News on March 8, 2022

AG Rosenblum Thanks Oregon Legislature for Investment in Community Violence Prevention Work

Oregon DOJ’s Crime Victims Services to Receive $15 million Attorney General Rosenblum today thanked the Oregon legislature for making a significant investment in community violence prevention work throughout the state. The legislation, HB 5202, directs $15 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to the Oregon Department of Justice’s Crime Victim and Survivor Services Division (CVSSD)… View Article

Posted in Media Release on March 7, 2022