Information and Services

Accident Reports

Burglar Alarm Policy

Celebrations and Cruising

Citizen Complaints

Law Enforcement Safety Act

Access to MPD Traffic Accident Reports

Office of Public Relations

Calls for Service

Hiring an Off-Duty Officer

 

 

 

Accident Reports
 

ACCESS TO MPD TRAFFIC ACCIDENT REPORTS

The Milwaukee Police Department record custodian of State of Wisconsin accident reports. Traffic accident reports filed by the Milwaukee Police Department are generally available 10 business days after the accident date. Requests for accident reports can be made by contacting the Wisconsin Department of Transportation at:

Wisconsin Department of Transportation Accident Records Unit P.O. Box 7919 Madison, WI 53707-7919 Phone: (608) 266-8753 Fax: (608) 261-8201

Additional information concerning accidents and accident reports can be found on the Wisconsin Department of Transportation website. All external hyperlinks are provided for your information and for the benefit of the general public. The City of Milwaukee does not testify to, sponsor or endorse the accuracy of the information provided on externally linked pages.

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Burglar Alarm Policy


Welcome to the City of Milwaukee Burglar Alarm web page. This site is intended to provide information regarding Milwaukee’s Burglar Alarm policy including ordinance changes, updates, procedural changes, frequently asked questions, and scam alerts.

On September 19, 2004, the Verified Response Policy to burglar alarms was implemented by the Milwaukee Police Department. This means that the Milwaukee Police Department no longer responds to the report of a burglar alarm activation that is not first verified by a Private First Responder Service.

Public Safety Ordinance
Public Safety Ordinance #105-75-14-c-5 requires that alarm businesses provide a Private First Responder Service to respond to your activated burglary alarm to verify that a cause for the alarm exists prior to contacting the police department. If the alarm responder determines that a crime or an attempted crime has occurred or is occurring at the alarmed premise (a verified alarm), the responder will call for immediate police response. The complete Public Safety ordinance #105-75 pertaining to burglar alarms, alarm business requirements, prohibited systems, etc., may be viewed online at www.milwaukee.gov.
Click here to read the complete Public Safety ordinance pertaining to burglar alarms.
Frequently asked questions:
Why did Milwaukee implement the Verified Response to Burglar Alarm policy?

The Verified Response policy was implemented due to the high false burglar alarm rate causing inefficient use of police resources.

Prior to September 19, 2004, the Milwaukee Police Department was responding to approximately 30,000 burglar alarms per year, 97% of which were false. Current yearly statistics reveal that MPD responded to approximately 620 burglar alarms during 2012, 38% of which were false.

What is a private first responder? Who will be responding to alarm activation from my residence/business?

A private first responder is a security service or guard company, which is contracted by your selected alarm company to respond to your burglar alarm activation. As Private First Responder businesses are required to obtain a Private First Responder license from the city, the alarm company that you select should be able to tell you the name, location and phone number of the private first responder service that will be responding to your alarmed premise.
While public safety is most important, citizens should not respond to an activated burglar alarm until after the Private First Responder has determined the alarm to be false, or in the case of a verified burglar alarm, stand-by in a safe location until the police arrive and secure the scene.

Alarm businesses are required to contact a Private First Responder Service to respond to burglary alarm activations and should not be contacting the homeowner or resident to respond to alarm activations.
What is the difference between an alarm company and an alarm monitoring company?

They are both considered “Alarm Businesses” which are required to obtain an Alarm Business License prior to operating in the City of Milwaukee, however they both serve 2 very different functions.

An alarm company is the company that sells and installs the alarm security system. Most alarm companies contract with a separate alarm monitoring company whose role is considered more “behind the scenes” as the sole function of a monitoring company is to monitor your alarm activations. Many consumers are not aware that most likely they may be dealing with 2 companies when they purchase an alarm system, and are surprised to discover an unexpected additional monthly monitoring fee on their charge card statement or the monitoring fee is automatically debited from their checking account each month.

Prior to purchasing an alarm system, it is important for you to determine the name and contact information of the alarm monitoring company that will be monitoring your burglar alarm. This will enable you to contact the monitoring company and ask them to explain their procedure when handling alarm activation from your residence/ business. If the monitoring company’s reply is not in accordance with Milwaukee’s Public Safety ordinance and/or Verified Response policy, you may want to keep shopping.

The alarm monitoring company should be aware that for City of Milwaukee burglar alarm activations, their monitoring operators are to contact the Private First Responder Service listed on the alarm account to respond and verify the alarm activation. They should not be contacting the police department with an alarm that is not verified. The Milwaukee Police Department does not respond to the report of a non-verified burglar alarm.

What do I need to know before purchasing an alarm system?

Although alarm businesses are required to obtain an Alarm Business License prior to operating as an alarm business in the City of Milwaukee, be advised that the issuance of a license does not guarantee the service or reputation of a business.
There are over 100 licensed alarm businesses currently operating in Milwaukee. To check whether an alarm business has obtained the proper license, you may visit the City Clerk License Division website at www.milwaukee.gov/license or call the office at 414-286-2238.
It is recommended to check at least one of the following references prior to selecting a business or signing any contract:
The Better Business Bureau provides information regarding complaint history, customer satisfaction, and the length of time a business has been in operation. http://www.bbb.org/
The Department of Consumer Protection is used to check the business for a possible complaint history or any legal action taken. Contact the Wisconsin Dept. Of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection, 608-224-5012, or the Consumer Protection Hotline, 800-422-7128. http://datcp.wi.gov/consumer/consumer_protection/index.aspx
Conduct a Google search or use another Internet search engine and search the company name.

To avoid being scammed or misled, familiarize yourself with the City of Milwaukee’s Public Safety Ordinance mentioned above as it relates to the Verified Response to Burglar Alarms policy and specific Prohibited Systems.
The Milwaukee Police Department does not respond to panic alarms. Panic alarms are considered a prohibited system and are illegal in the City of Milwaukee.
Do not be rushed or pressured into making a decision or signing the contract “today.”
Be wary of the promise of a “free” security system and long-term contracts. Nothing is FREE!
Have a relative or friend review the contract with you. Again, do not be rushed or pressured for any reason into signing a contract.
Before signing a contract, check at least one of the above 3 listed references, and ask the following questions.

Where is the alarm business located? (Local or out of state?)
What is the name of the Alarm Monitoring Company that will be monitoring your alarm and where is this company located? (Ask the sales rep to show you on the contract where the specific monthly monitoring fees are listed and the term length of the contract that you are committing to. (Be advised that you have 3 days to cancel a contract after signing it. Afterward, cancelling a contract becomes very difficult.)
As most monitoring companies are located out of state, ask the alarm sales rep if the monitoring company is familiar with Milwaukee’s alarm policy, and if so whom will the monitoring company contact to respond to your residence/business in the event of alarm activation (This is where the sales rep should be able to provide you with information as to the name, phone number and location of the Private First Responder Service that will be responding to your alarm.)
Who will service the equipment if it needs to be repaired or replaced? Where is the service office located and how can they be reached?
What happens to your alarm contract / account if and when this company sells their alarm accounts, or another alarm company purchases all their alarm accounts? This happens frequently in the alarm industry.
Prior to signing a contract, if you would like to confirm any information given to you by a door-to-door alarm company sales representative, you may contact the Milwaukee Police Department Alarm Office at 414-935-7167 or e-mail amccar@milwaukee.gov.

If you should experience overly aggressive or an unscrupulous door-to-door sales representative, report the situation by calling the Milwaukee Police Department non-emergency phone number of 933-4444, or leave a message for the Police Alarm Officer at 935-7167.
Obtain as much information as you can such as the company name, the name of the sales rep, and if possible the phone number and location of the company. Also, leave your name, address and phone number in the event additional information is needed for the investigation. Your information will not be given to anyone or used in any reports without your permission.
How do I locate a reputable alarm company to install a security system for my home or business?

The yellow pages listing under “Security” provides several names of local security companies to investigate. Also, remember that the list of licensed alarm businesses for Milwaukee is made available on the License Division website listed above or by calling their office, or the Police Alarm Office.

How do I know what type of alarm to have installed?

All premises, business or residential have various security needs. After selecting a reputable alarm company, the representative of the company should be able to customize a security system for your particular needs.

How many false alarms are allowed before receiving a citation?

More than 2 false alarms within a calendar year are subject to receiving a citation.

Armed with the information on this web page, you should be able to make an informed decision in the event you decide to purchase a security system for your home or business.

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Celebrations and Cruising

Edward A. Flynn Chief of Police
The Milwaukee Police Department respects the right of all citizens to celebrate in a safe, peaceful, and responsible manner. Though we respect the right to celebrate, it is the responsibility of your Police Department to ensure that those celebrating do so in a manner, which is respectful of the rights of others and respectful of the laws and ordinances in the City of Milwaukee. In fulfilling our responsibility to you, the citizens we serve, it is our hope that you enjoy each and every cause for celebration, and do so in accordance with the law.

1. When in a motor vehicle, all traffic laws must be obeyed. Vehicles may not loiter nor interfere with the orderly flow of traffic and may not parade unless a proper permit has been obtained. Unauthorized parading of vehicles that violate traffic laws or affect the flow of traffic will be immediately dispersed.

2. Those who celebrate from motor vehicles must continue to wear their seat belts and may not extend any part of their bodies outside of the vehicles, as this may endanger their safety of others. The driver of any motor vehicle is responsible for the safety of all of his or her passengers.

3. Normally, the use of vehicle horns when celebrating is prohibited, as such excessive noise affects the right of our non-celebrating citizens to enjoy a peaceful neighborhood. This also includes any unnecessary use of a loudspeaker, radio or stereo tape/CD player in a manner in which excessive noise is created.

4. The Milwaukee Police Department and its members respect the flags of all sovereign nations. However, the waving of flags in such a manner that might endanger the safety of the person waving the flag or others who may be near is discouraged. FLAGS SHOULD REMAIN UPRIGHT TO AVOID ENDANGERING OTHERS. NO FLAG OR ANY OTHER LOAD CAN EXTEND BEYOND, FENDER LINE OF A VEHICLE EXCEPT AS PROVIDED BY LAW. NO PERSON MAY DRIVE A VEHICLE WITH ANY OBJECT, INCLUDING A FLAG, THAT OBSTRUCTS THE DRIVER'S VIEW OR INTERFERES WITH THE CONTROL OF THE OPERATING MECHANISMS OF THE VEHICLE.

5. ANY POSSESSION OR USE OF FIREWORKS IS AGAINST THE LAW, AS IS PUBLIC CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ON PUBLIC STREETS AND SIDEWALKS AND PARTICULARLY IN MOTOR VEHICLES.

6. In the interest of our walking citizens, crossing street in the crosswalks is strongly encouraged. It is illegal to interfere with traffic when crossing the street outside of a crosswalk. This is for their safety as crossing in the middle of the block endangers pedestrians as well as motorists.

By abiding in these rules, and obeying all the laws and ordinances, the quality of life of our celebrating citizens as well as other citizens will be assured. If you have any questions regarding this information, contact the Milwaukee Police Department at the non emergency telephone number 933-4444 or for emergencies call 911. You may also call one of the below district stations.

District 1: 935-7212 - 749 West State Street
District 2: 935-7222 - 245 West Lincoln Avenue
District 3: 935-7232 - 2333 North 49th Street
District 4: 935-7242 - 6929 West Silver Spring Drive
District 5: 935-7252 - 2920 North 4th Street
District 6: 935-7262 - 3006 South 27th Street
District 7: 935-7272 - 3626 West Fond Du Lac Avenue

CELEBRACIONES Y DESFILES ETNICOS

Edward A. Flynn Chief of Police

Departamento De Policia De La Ciudad De Milwaukee Boletin Informativo

El Departamento de Policia de Milwaukee respeta los derechos de todos los ciudadanos a festejar de una manera segura, pacifica y responsable. Aunque respetamos el derecho de festejar,es la responsabilidad de este departamento de policia asegurar que aquellos que festejan, lo hagan de una manera respetuosa de los derechos de los otros ciudadanos y respeten las leyes y ordenanzas en la Ciudad de Milwaukee. Para satisfacer nuestra responsabilidad hacia ustedes y los ciudadanos que servimos, es nuestra esperanza que se pueda gozar de toda manera de acuerdo con la ley.

1. En un vehiculo de motor, todas las leyes de trafico deben ser obedecidas. Los vehiculos no pueden vagar o interferir con el trafico y no pueden desfilar a menos que se haya obtenido un permiso apropiado. En el desfile los vehiculos que violen las leyes de trafico o afecten el flujo del trafico seran dispersados inmediateamente.

2. Aquellos que celebren en los vehiculos deben continuar usando sus cinturones de seguridad y no pueden extender ninguna parte de sus cuerpos fuera de los vehiculos, porque esto pone en peligro su seguridad asi como la seguridad de otros. La persona que este manejando cualquier vehiculo de motor es responsable de la seguridad de todos sus pasajeros.

3. Normalmente el uso de las vocinas excesivas del vehiculo se prohibe durante la celebracion, porque tal ruido es excesivo y afecta los derechos de nuestros ciudadanos que no esten celebrando. Esto tambien incluye cualquier uso inecesario de un altavoz, de una radio o de un equipo de sonido estereo de tape/CD en una manera tal que el ruido sea excesivo.

4. El Departamento de Policia de Milwaukee y sus miembros respetan las banderas de todas las naciones soberanas. Sin embargo, el movimento de banderas de tal manera en la que se ponga en peligro la seguridad de la persona que la este ondeando o de otras que puedan estar cerca de la bandera no se permite. LAS BANDERAS DEBEN SEGUIR SIENDO PORTADAS VERTICALMENTE PARA EVITAR PONER EN PELIGRO A OTRAS PERSONAS. NINGUNA BANDERA U OBJECTO PUEDE EXTENDERSE MAS ALLA DE LA LINEA DEL PARACHOQUES DE UN VEHICULO. NINGUNA PERSONA PUEDE CONDUCIR UN VEHICULO CON CUALQUIER OBJETO, INCLUYENDO UNA BANDERA, QUE OSBTRUYA O INTERFIERA CON EL CONTROL DEL VEHICULO.

5. CUALQUIER POSESION O USO DE FUEGOS ARTIFICIALES ES CONTRA LA LEY AL IGUAL QUE EL CONSUMO PUBLICO DE BEBIDAS ALCOHOLICAS EN LAS CALLES, ACERAS PUBLICAS Y VEHICULOS DE MOTOR.

6. Por el interes de nuestros ciudadanos peatones, solamente se permite y se recomienda cruzar las calles en los pasos designados para peatones en las intersecciones. Es ilegal interferir con el trafico al cruzar la calle fuera de los pasos designados para peatones en las intersecciones. Esto es para su seguridad porque al cruzar por el centro de la cuadra se pone en peligro a los peatones asi como a los automovilistas

Siguiendo estas reglas y obedeciendo todas nuestras leyes y ordenanzas, la calidad de vida de nuestros ciudadanos en el desfile asi como de otros ciudadanos, sera mas segura. Si usted tiene preguntas respecto a esta informacion haga el favor de llamar al Departamento de Policia de Milwaukee al 933-4444 o para emergencias llamar al 911 o uno de los Distritos siguientes:

Distrito 1: 935-7212 - 749 West State Street

Distrito 2: 935-7222 - 245 West Lincoln Avenue

Distrito 3: 935-7232 – 2333 N 49th Street

Distrito 4: 935-7242 - 6929 West Silver Spring Drive

Distrito 5: 935-7252 - 2920 North 4th Street

Distrito 6: 935-7262 - 3006 South 27th Street

Distrito 7: 935-7272 - 3626 West Fond du Lac Avenue

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Citizen Complaints
 

The following information is provided to you by the Milwaukee Police Department to inform you of the citizen complaint process.

Citizens, who wish to express dissatisfaction with members or policies of this Department, should adhere to the following guidelines to ensure that a complete and proper investigation is conducted.

As a citizen, if you believe you have been mistreated or have not received adequate service, you have a moral and legal right to express dissatisfaction with your police department. This will not only make you a responsible citizen, but your input will help to improve the department.

No member of the Milwaukee Police Department will attempt to interfere or influence your right to complain about the service this department provides to you. Your complaint will be thoroughly and impartially investigated.

Because of the responsibilities imposed on all parties involved in the Citizen Complaint Process, the Milwaukee Police Department must inform you that Wisconsin Law, 946.66(2), False Complaints of Police Misconduct, states in part:

“Whoever, knowingly makes a false complaint regarding the conduct of a law enforcement officer is subject to a Class A forfeiture.”

If you believe a member of this Department has acted improperly or has violated a Department Rule or Procedure, a federal or state law, or an ordinance of the city of Milwaukee, you may file a written complaint. However, false complaints will be reviewed by the District Attorney’s Office.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILING YOUR COMPLAINT

What is a complaint – A complaint is a belief that a member of the Milwaukee Police Department has violated a Department Rule or Procedure, a federal or state law, an ordinance of the city of Milwaukee, or dissatisfaction with a policy or procedure of the Milwaukee Police Department.

Who can file a complaint – In most cases, a complaint can be filed by any citizen or agent representing an aggrieved or injured party. However, the agent shall be limited to the following.

An attorney
Parent or Guardian of a child
A translator representing a non-English speaking complainant
Agents can obtain a Citizen Complaint Form for the aggrieved or injured party and assist with its completion. A citizen complaint can be filed at any police district, bureau, or division. All complaint reports are confidential.

Filing your complaint - You may file your complaint by going to a district station or calling the department and asking for a supervisor to meet with you. You may also call the Professional Performance Division at (414) 935-7942. Complaints can also be filed with the Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission.

When you file your complaint, please provide the following information to the supervisory officer (or investigator) writing your complaint or on the complaint form you are filing yourself:

Your personal information (full name, date of birth, address, phone number)
The date and time of the incident
The nature of the incident
All parties involved, witnesses, records, photographs and other evidence
What must be filed – In most cases, when a complaint is filed, a narrative of the complaint will be written by a supervisory officer on the Citizen Complaint Form. The citizen or agent will sign the Citizen Complaint Form and a copy will be provided. However, if more convenient for the citizen, the Citizen Complaint Form can be completed at a later time, and returned to the Milwaukee Police Department. If the Citizen Complaint Form is returned by mail, it should be sent to the following address:

Milwaukee Police Department
Professional Performance Division
6680 North Teutonia Avenue
Room 325
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53209

WHAT HAPPENS WITH YOUR COMPLAINT

The investigation – The Department will conduct a thorough investigation to include interviews of all available witnesses.

Who will investigate – Supervisors and/or detectives, under the direction of the Professional Performance Division, will conduct all complaint investigations. Their duty is to gather all the facts and present these facts for review.

Length of investigation – Most investigations will be completed within a timely manner. Complex investigations may take several months to complete.

THE FINAL DISPOSITION OF COMPLAINT

The completed investigation – Once the initial complaint has been thoroughly investigated and all of the facts have been gathered, the completed investigation will be reviewed. This review will determine if there was compliance with Department Rules and Procedures, federal or state laws, ordinances of the city of Milwaukee, or the policies and procedures of the Milwaukee Police Department.

Decision of the Chief of Police – If the Chief of Police determines there is a violation of Department Rules and Procedures, federal or state laws, ordinances of the city of Milwaukee, or policies and procedures of the Milwaukee Police Department, criminal charges will be sought, disciplinary action and or a change of policy may result.

Notification – When the final disposition has been made, a notification letter will be sent informing the complaining party of the outcome of the investigation.

Complaint Review – Citizens have the option of having their complaints reviewed by the Fire and Police Commission. For further information regarding this procedure, contact the Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission.

Fire and Police Commission
200 East Wells Street, Room 706,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Phone Number (414) 286-5000

The Milwaukee Police Department cannot make monetary awards or provide legal assistance. Information obtained during these investigations is considered confidential and will not be divulged except in accordance with State Statute (103.13) governing the release or inspection of personnel records.

For further information on the Citizen Complaint Process, please contact:

Milwaukee Police Department Professional Performance Division
(414) 935-7942

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Law Enforcement Safety Act
 

The Law Enforcement Safety Act authorizes retired law enforcement officers to carry a concealed firearm under certain conditions. To be eligible for certification, the retiree must have served as a certified law enforcement officer for a minimum of 15 years, retired in good standing and currently reside in Wisconsin.

In order to receive certification, a qualified retiree must complete a Milwaukee Police Department Law Enforcement Safety Act Registration Form and Background Questionnaire, read and sign a release and waiver of liability (Waiver Form – Firearms Course Required), certify Wisconsin residency, pay a fee to cover the cost of the qualification session and processing, and successfully pass the firearms qualification course. Individuals who have retired within the last year and wish to be certified with the same weapon do not have to participate in the firearms course under certain conditions. If the retiree intends to use the same handgun that was approved by the Firearms Section for off-duty carry while the retiree was a member of the Department, the retiree does not have to complete the firearms course. If the retiree intends to carry another gun that has not previously been inspected and approved by the Firearms Section, the retiree must successfully complete the firearms qualification course and all fees apply. If firearms certification is not required the retiree does need to sign a waiver of liability (Waiver Form Within 1 Year of Retiring).
All other requirements still apply.

Complete information on eligibility and certification can be found in the Milwaukee Police Department Law Enforcement Safety Act Certification Policy.

In order to apply for certification, the following forms must be completed and mailed to the Milwaukee Police Department – Human Resources Division, 749 W. State St., Milwaukee, WI 53233:

■ Law Enforcement Safety Act Registration Form
■ Background Questionnaire
■ Release, Waiver of Liability and Assumption of Risk Agreement
■ Certification of Residency

All forms are available by clicking HERE. You may complete the forms on your computer and print them, or print blank forms and complete them by hand. Due to signature requirements, the forms cannot be accepted electronically.

Qualified retirees will be notified by email of the status of their application for certification as well as provided with the link to the qualification course schedule.

The applicant is responsible for familiarity with the Milwaukee Police Department Law Enforcement Safety Act Certification Policy, relevant aspects and provisions of the Law Enforcement Safety Act and Wisconsin State Statutes pertaining to the carrying and use of firearms.

Officers NOT yet retired, but wish certification before doing so, click HERE for information.

■ Click HERE to download a copy of this information page (PDF)
■ Click HERE to download the Law Enforcement Safety Act (PDF)
■ Click HERE to download the Relevant Wisconsin State Statutes (PDF)
■ Click HERE to download the Milwaukee Police Department Law Enforcement Safety Act Certification Policy (PDF)

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Access to MPD Traffic Accident Reports

The Milwaukee Police Department record custodian of State of Wisconsin accident reports. Traffic accident reports filed by the Milwaukee Police Department are generally available 10 business days after the accident date. Requests for accident reports can be made by contacting the Wisconsin Department of Transportation at:

Wisconsin Department of Transportation Accident Records Unit P.O. Box 7919 Madison, WI 53707-7919 Phone: (608) 266-8753 Fax: (608) 261-8201

Additional information concerning accidents and accident reports can be found on the Wisconsin Department of Transportation website. All external hyperlinks are provided for your information and for the benefit of the general public. The City of Milwaukee does not testify to, sponsor or endorse the accuracy of the information provided on externally linked pages.

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Office of Public Relations

The Office of Public Relations disseminates information externally to the public via telephone inquiries and through the use of electronic and print media. This office also relays information interdepartmentally through memos and the department newsletter, the MPD Bulletin. This information may include, but is not limited to high profile investigations, crime statistics, and police /community programs and functions.

The Office of Public Relations disseminates this information through news conferences, and news releases with the local media. Also, the Office of Public Relations fields requests for interviews, speakers and appearances by Department members. These requests come from various entities such as schools, professional organizations, and local, national and international media outlets. 

(414) 935-7209 Telephone
(414) 935-7508 Fax

The above numbers are for NEWS MEDIA CONCERNS ONLY. All general inquiries are to be directed to our non-emergency number at (414) 933-4444.

For requests for speakers from the Milwaukee Police Department, contact Lt. Mark Stanmeyer at mstanm@milwaukee.gov

The Source- http://www.milwaukeepolicenews.com/#menu=home-page

YouTube- http://www.youtube.com/milwaukeepolice

Twitter- https://twitter.com/milwaukeepolice

Facebook-https://www.facebook.com/milwaukeepolice

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Calls for Service

The link to this website displays a summary of Calls for Service made to a 911 operator and dispatched to the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD).  Calls displayed represent calls dispatch 30-90 minutes prior to the updated date below.  The system is updated every 5 minutes. 

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District 1 Station District 1  
Captain District 1 414-935-7210
Lieutenant District 1 414-935-7211
Sergeant District 1 414-935-7217
Community Liason Officer District 1 414-935-7701
Assistant District Attorney District 1  
District 2 Station District 2 414-935-7222
Captain District 2 414-935-7220
Lieutenant District 2 414-935-7221
Sergeant District 2 414-935-7227
Community Liason Officer District 2 414-935-7228
Assistant District Attorney District 2 414-935-7627
District 3 Station District 3 414-935-7233
Captain District 3 414-935-7230
Lieutenant District 3 414-935-7231
Sergeant District 3 414-935-7237
Desk Sergeant District 3 414-935-7232
Community Liason Officer District 3 414-935-7238
Assistant District Attorney District 3  
District 4 Station District 4 414-935-7242
Captain District 4 414-935-7240
Lieutenant District 4 414-935-7241
Sergeant District 4 414-935-7247
Community Liason Officer District 4 414-935-7248
Community Liason Officer (Report Nuisance Property) District 4 414-935-7373
Assistant District Attorney District 4 414-935-7424
Nusiance Squad District 4 414-935-7373
Auxillary and Explorer Program District 4 414-935-7242
District 5 Station District 5  
Captain District 5 414-935-7252
Lieutenant District 5 414-935-7251
Sergeant District 5 414-935-7257
Community Liason Officer District 5 414-935-7258
Assistant District Attorney District 5 414-935-7844
Community Prosecution Unit District 5 414-935-7141
Proactive Policing Unit District 5 414-235-6620
Anti-Gang Unit (Office) District 5 414-935-7257
Anti-Gang Unit (Cell) District 5 414-235-6634
District 6 Station District 6  
Captain District 6 414-935-7260
Lieutenant District 6 414-935-7261
Sergeant District 6 414-935-7267
Community Liason Officer District 6 414-935-7268
Assistant District Attorney District 6  
District 7 Station District 7 414-935-7272
Captain District 7 414-935-7270
Lieutenant District 7 414-935-7271
Sergeant District 7 414-935-7277
Community Liason Officer District 7 414-935-7278
Assistant District Attorney District 7