Several high-profile police shootings have happened in Portland over the last few years. This week, the city took action in one of them -- officer Ron Frashour was fired for killing Aaron Campbell in January.
But what happens to people involved in a police shooting, after all the legal issues are resolved? What are the long-term consequences?
To get some perspective, Kristian Foden-Vencil talked to people about the shooting of Joyce Staudenmeier in Portland six years ago.
Staudenmeier was schizophrenic. And when she held a care worker at knife point, Officer Paul Steigleder shot and killed her.
A grand jury investigated but didn't indict anyone. But for the officer, and for case worker Martha Spiers, the memories of that day are still painfully fresh.
This is their story, in their own words.
In putting this story together, OPB talked at length to Joyce Staudenmeier sister, Jaci. But she decided not to express her point of view for this story.