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(Portland, OR)  --  Portland Police will no longer be charging crime victims for police reports.  Mayor Ted Wheeler made the announcement Friday ahead of an interview with The Oregonian on the matter.  He says he was surprised the Police Bureau didn't already have a plan to eliminate the fees.  The newspaper's investigation shows that people were paying up to 30 dollars upfront for police reports, but waiting an average of 133 days to receive them.

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