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Police Department * North Bend
43% SCORE

* An asterisk indicates that this location has not provided enough data to be included in our rankings. We are still working to obtain comprehensive data from every jurisdiction in the nation.

Scorecard at a Glance

Average for 4 Sections: 43%

Scores range from 0-100% comparing cities with under 50k population. Cities with higher scores spend less on policing, use less force, are more likely to hold officers accountable and make fewer arrests for low-level offenses.

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50th Percentile
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Police Funding:  55%
Police Budget Cost per Person        
Misconduct Settlements        
Fines/Forfeitures        
Police Presence/Over-Policing (Officers per Population)        
Police Violence:  39%
Force Used per Arrest        
Deadly Force per Arrest        
Unarmed Victims of Deadly Force per Arrest        
Racial Disparities in Deadly Force        
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50th Percentile
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Police Accountability:  32%
Misconduct Complaints Upheld        
Excessive Force Complaints Upheld        
Discrimination Complaints Upheld        
Criminal Misconduct Complaints Upheld        
Approach to Law Enforcement:  44%
Arrest Rate for Low Level Offenses        
Homicides Solved        
Racial Disparities in Drug Arrests        

Key Findings

Police Funding i

55% +2%

Police Funding By Year

$2.88M  |  9,778 Residents  |  $294 per Resident

More Police Funding per Capita than 76% of Depts

Number of officers per 1k population

16 Officers  |  16.4 per 10k Residents

More Officers per Population than 31% of Depts

Police violence i

39% -6%

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Deadly Force

1 Killings by Police from 2013-21  |  2.8 every 10k arrests

^  More Killings by Police per Arrest than 93% of Depts   

Deadly Force by Armed Status

N/A Unarmed  |  N/A Did Not Allegedly Have a Gun

Unarmed Other Alleged Gun Vehicle

^  More Unarmed People Killed per Arrest than N/A of Depts   

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Police Violence by Race

Black Latinx N.Am API Other White

Population of North Bend

9%
79%

North Bend Police Dept Demographics

6%
94%

People Arrested

88%

People Killed

100%

Police Accountability i

32%

Total civilian complaints

10 from 2020  |  10% Ruled in Favor of Civilians

 

Complaints Not Sustained Complaints Sustained

Use of Force Complaints

0 Complaints Reported

 

Complaints of Police Discrimination

N/A Reported  |  N/A Ruled in Favor of Civilians

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Alleged Crimes Committed by Police

N/A Reported  |  N/A Ruled in Favor of Civilians

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Approach to Law Enforcement i

44% -9%

Arrests By Year

3,560 Arrests Reported from 2013-2021

Low Level Arrests Other Arrests

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Arrests for Low Level Offenses

2,389 Arrests  |  31 per 1k residents

^  Higher Arrest Rate for Low Level Offenses than 68% of Depts   

Disparities in Arrests for Low Level Offenses by Race/Ethnicity

Black people were 12.6x more likely to be arrested for low level, non-violent offenses than a white person.

Black Latinx White

Percent of total arrests by type

All Arrests for Low Level Offenses ( 67% )

Drug Possession ( 7% )

Violent Crime ( 2% )

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Homicides Unsolved

6 Homicides from 2013-21  |  5 Unsolved

^  Solved Fewer Homicides than 22% of Depts   

Oregon Police Department Scores

Rankings are based upon a 0 to 100 percentage scale. Departments with higher scores use less force, make fewer arrests for low level offenses, solve murder cases more often, hold officers more accountable and spend less on policing overall.

Overall Scores for Depts where We Have Obtained the Most Data.

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Police Department Score 5YR
4. Salem 42% -15%
3. Portland Bureau 44% -8%
2. Eugene 47% -11%
1. Hillsboro 50% -8%
* Seaside 30% +11%
* Milwaukie 35% +8%
* Lincoln City 38% -5%
* Reedsport 38% -2%
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* Oakland 47% -2%
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* Enterprise 48% +5%
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* Lowell 48%
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* An asterisk indicates this location did not publish enough data to evaluate. Click below to add data to the Scorecard.

About This Scorecard

This is the first nationwide evaluation of policing in the United States. It was built using data from state and federal databases, public records requests to local police departments, and media reports. While police data is never perfect, and there are additional indicators that still need to be tracked, the Police Scorecard is designed to provide insight into many important issues in policing.

 

Police Scorecard is an independent 501(c)(3) organization, learn more about our team here. If you have feedback, questions about the project, or need support with an advocacy campaign, contact our Founder, Samuel Sinyangwe.

methodology Source Data

 

Use this Scorecard to identify issues within police departments that require the most urgent interventions and hold officials accountable for implementing solutions. For example, cities with higher rates of low level arrests could benefit most from solutions that create alternatives to policing and arrest for these offenses. In cities where police make fewer arrests overall but use more force when making arrests, communities could benefit significantly from policies designed to hold police accountable for excessive force. And cities where complaints of police misconduct are rarely ruled in favor of civilians could benefit from creating an oversight structure to independently investigate these complaints.

 

Here's how to start pushing for change

  • Contact your Mayor and Police Chief, share your scorecard with them and urge them to enact policies to address the issues you've identified:
    Advocacy Tip:  Oregon state legislators are considering HR2417, a bill to invest in programs that send mental health providers to mental health issues, subsance abuse and familial conflicts instead of police. This could reduce arrests, use of force and incarceration.
  • Look up your state and federal representatives below, then tell them to take action to hold police accountable in your community.