"Many days begin understaffed and below minimums for the first 2-3 hours until supervisors can find already overworked officers to volunteer for overtime,'' Turner wrote.
"Community policing and community engagement is difficult at best with the work load issues faced by patrol officers and detectives.'' He said the union has brought these concerns to bureau supervisors and the mayor.
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The mayor's budget adds 17 new positions to the Police Bureau. The chief recently pulled six officers from neighborhood response teams and street crime units to bolster the gang enforcement team.
Turner called on the mayor instead to boost the bureau's force by using part of the city's surplus of at least million to hire 100 more officers over the next 18 months.
Portland Police Association president Officer Daryl Turner said the bureau's patrol force is understaffed and overworked.
There were 21 retirements last month in the bureau, and the bureau can't hire fast enough to fill those vacancies.