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(Portland, OR)  --  A budget reduction of more than eight-million-dollars is being proposed for the Portland Police Bureau.  The plan by Police Chief Larry O'Dea and Mayor Charlie Hales calls for cutting 88 jobs, including positions in the Family Services, Youth Services, and Traffic divisions.  KOIN-TV reports the Domestic Violence Reduction Unit, the School Resource Officer program, and photo radar and red light camera enforcement would also be affected.

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