ABC News reports that approximately 50 police officers resigned en masse from the Portland Police Bureau’s Rapid Response Team this week after a member of the team was indicted by a grand jury for excessive use of force during an August 2020 protest in the city. Officer Corey Budsworth was indicted Tuesday on an assault charge for allegedly striking a woman in the head with a baton during the protest. The resignations represent the entire membership of the Rapid Response Team, which is a voluntary assignment that mostly involves crowd control duties. The team has been on duty frequently in recent months because of the extensive demonstrations in Portland following the murder of George Floyd. Keep reading for more news.