Entire Portland, Oregon, Police Rapid Response Team Resigns
They all resigned from their volunteer roles after a fellow officer was indicted for allegedly hitting a woman in the head with a baton.
The entire Portland Police rapid response team quit after an officer was indicted on an assault charge for allegedly using "excessive" and "unlawful" force during a protest last year.
The officer allegedly hit a woman on the head with a baton.
The rapid response team was made up of volunteer officers who also held regular assignments.
The bureau says they will remain in their other roles.
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