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City Posts RFP (Request for Proposals) for PCCEP Organizational Consultant

The City has posted an RFP (Request for Proposals) to hire an Organizational Development Consultant with demonstrated experience in organizational development and transformational change to support the recruitment and establishment of the Portland Committee on Community-Engaged Policing (PCCEP). The City’s plan for the PCCEP was unanimously approved by City Council in August (as part of the DOJ Settlement Agreement amendments) after much public debate and reflection by the City.

The Portland Committee on Community-Engaged Policing (PCCEP) was developed as part of amendments made to the Settlement Agreement between the United States and the City of Portland, and seeks to continue and improve upon the work of the Community Oversight and Advisory Board (COAB), which was initially established through the Settlement Agreement. PCCEP will consist of Portland community members who will assess the City of Portland's implementation of the Settlement Agreement, and work with the Mayor/Police Commissioner, the Portland Police Bureau (PPB), and the Portland community to achieve the desired outcomes of equitable policing and meaningful engagement and trust in the PPB. The agreement calls for reforms to PPB policies and training, particularly as they relate to interactions with people who have or are perceived to be in mental health crisis. The Consultant will, among other things, support the PCCEP by helping the City to establish an equitable process for recruiting and appointing PCCEP members, create a robust onboarding and training process for PCCEP members, and support the PCCEP in setting a direction and vision for their work, as well as support them in creating a Work Plan with a focus on community outreach, equity and inclusion.
 
The City encourages Disadvantaged Business Enterprises, Minority Owned Business Enterprises, Women Owned Business Enterprises, and Emerging Small Businesses (D/M/W/ESBs) to apply in order to promote their economic growth and to provide additional competition for City contracts. 
 
Proposals are due by 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, January 5, 2018. For more information, and to read or download a copy the RFP, please review the 
Bid Solicitation on the City’s website. If you have questions, please contact Mandi Hood at 503-319-7736 or mandi.hood@portlandoregon.gov
 

Get in touch with us

Email the COCL Team: rosenbaumandassociatesllp@gmail.com

Tel: 503-319-7736

Address:

525 NE Oregon Street, Suite 250

Portland, OR 97232

 

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