Officer Parik Singh
Officer Parik Singh grew up in the small town of Pendleton in Eastern Oregon after moving from India.
Parik attended Blue Mountain Community College in Pendleton and graduated with an Associate’s degree in Criminal Justice. Parik attended Western Oregon University and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Law Enforcement.
Parik became a Reserve police officer for Independence Police Department while attending Western Oregon University, and after graduating he was hired as a Police officer with the Independence Police Department.
Parik has been with the Portland Police Bureau for 22 years and has worked as a patrol officer at all precincts, most recently at Central precinct day shift. Parik worked with the Auto Theft Task Force for 7 years.
Parik is a Field Training Officer, member of Portland Police Bureau Honor Guard, and an AR15 rifle Instructor.
Darrin Kazlauskas is a native Oregonian and retired United States Marine Corps veteran.
Prior to joining the Portland Police Bureau team as the Recruiting Program Manager, Darrin spent about 14 years flying AH-1W cobra helicopters for the Marine Corps before managing Marine Corps Recruiting in the Midwest for 7 years. Darrin retried after 22 years of service in the Corps finishing up as their Director of Marketing and Advertising.
After the Corps, Darrin spent 2 years working for an Agency with the State of Oregon as their Human Resource Services Director.
Darrin Graduated for Portland State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences