Since 1996, over $16,000,000 in losses have been reported. CICP has helped recover over $5,300,000.
20th Annual Awards luncheon
Our 20th Annual Awards Luncheon was held on February at the Multnomah Athletic Club.
Our 2016 Keynote Speaker was Multnomah District Attorney Rod Underhill
2016 CICP AWARDS
The Law Enforcement Award is given to law enforcement official(s) who have worked directly with CICP member(s) and/or CICP staff to aid in the prevention, recovery, arrest, or process of impacting theft and/or vandalism on construction jobsites.
Sgt. Chuck Nadgwick, Detective Carlos Gonzalez and Detective Brie Bieber of the Camas Police Dept.
The Law Enforcement Partner Award is given to law enforcement officials who worked together with CICP member(s) and/or CICP staff to aid in the prevention or recovery of construction tools, equipment or material.
Clackamas County/Happy Valley Detective Gil Millett, Sgt. Christenson, Deputies Ben Toops, Kuehl Cordova. (Just Millett and Kuehl in picture)
The Partnership Award is given to members, organizations, vendors, or agencies that have developed or contributed to a special event, activity, or project to promote crime prevention.
Officer Ripp, Vancouver Police Dept and Team Construction
Officer Parker, Beaverton Police, Represented by Chief Spalding, and KeyWay Construction
Clackamas County Sheriff's Office, Oregon City Police Dept. Scott Thomas NICB and Walsh Construction
The Padlock Award is given to a member, company, or group that has demonstrated courage, ingenuity, or foresight in the prevention of crime in the construction industry.