Senate will consider on September 24
Governor Kate Brown has submitted a list of state board and commission appointments to the Oregon Senate for confirmation. She includes the appointment of Terrie Davie, Oregon's first female State Police Superintendent. The Oregon legislature's Senate Rules Committee is scheduled to consider the nominations on September 24.
“Terri brings a wealth of law enforcement experience to this role and a strong record of leading by example," said Governor Brown. "She brings a focus on inclusivity and is dedicated to listening to community voices—including Oregon's Black, Indigenous, People of Color, and Tribal communities—as we work towards a more fair and just law enforcement system in Oregon. I look forward to her leadership as we do the hard work of transforming law enforcement standards and training and putting the state on a path toward racial justice."
“State board and commission members bring a diverse set of backgrounds and life experiences to address a wide range of issues facing state government," said Governor Brown. "Their contributions help lead to policies and strategies that better enable us to serve and represent all Oregonians. I appreciate the willingness of all these nominees to serve our great state and help make it better for all those who call it home.”
The full list of Kate Brown's submissions for Senate confirmation is available here
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