01/01/2010 - Peter Hurley has always been a private man. Sure, he's patrolled the streets as a Portland policeman, arresting his share of suspects, but speak out publicly on a high-profile issue?
Then last January his 3-year-old son fell severely ill for 11 days after eating salmonella-tainted peanut butter crackers.
"He speaks with a special degree of credibility," said Erik Olson, director of food safety at Pew Charitable Trusts, "because he knows what he's talking about when it comes to law enforcement."
Read the full article Year-End Profile: Portland Officer Advocates Food Safety on Son's Behalf on The Oregonian Web site.