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Welcome to District Six

MPD District 6 logo (badge)2017 Crime & Safety Meeting Calendar

Stay informed of the crime trends in our neighborhood. Please join us for District Six Crime and Safety meetings!

Held the last Wednesday of each month at 6:00 pm
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There will be no meeting in June or December.

For more information, contact Community Liaison Officers
(414) 935-7198 Police Officer Joshua Dummann
or Police Officer Carlos Felix 
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Community Bulletins

Burglary Warning

Burglars will often use a con to gain entry to your home. The subject will knock on your door and when you answer attempt to play upon your sympathies. The subject will claim to be cold or hungry and in need of your help. When you let the person in and leave the person alone they will take items and leave.

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Home and Auto Security

Along with safety tips to keep residents and communities safe from crime, information includes help for homeowners facing foreclosure and resources to engage community members and coordinate with local agencies.

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Information & Resources

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Night Parking

Parking overnight on Milwaukee streets requires a permit, except on a temporary basis for special circumstances.

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Block Watch

Block Watch is a program allowing neighborhoods the opportunity to come together and help prevent and report crime. One of the best tools used to fight crime is a good neighbor. The Police Department can’t be on every corner, so a watchful and alert neighbor is an excellent tool to help direct police officers to suspicious activity and possible crime.

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Chronic Nuisance Information

Property where nuisance activity occurs regularly is a blight on the whole neighborhood. Under the City of Milwaukee Chronic Nuisance Property Code (80-10-2) MPD can notify the owner and request a plan to stop chronic nuisances from continuing.

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Holiday and Winter Safety Tips

The holiday season is quickly approaching and in our haste to find the right present or perfectly decorate the house, we have a tendency to forget about our personal safety and thus become a victim. Criminals enjoy the holiday season as much as you do. There are many more victims to choose from and too many of us are carrying more money or credit cards than what is really necessary.

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Landlord/Tenant Information

The landlord/tenant relationship is more than just paying and collecting rent. Both landlord and tenant have crucial responsibilities for ensuring a mutually beneficial experience.

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Safety Tips

Practicing good personal safety habits is the best way to protect yourself in any environment. These tips are designed to help you build awareness and skills to protect yourself and property from theft or damage.

Vehicle Theft Prevention

Vehicle Theft Prevention

Simple tips to help you from being a victim of a stolen auto and vehicle break in.

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Contact Us

MPD District 6
Captain Jeffrey Point 
3006 S. 27th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53215

Emergency - 911

Non-emergency
(La Linea que no es de Emergencia es)
414-933-4444

District numbers (414 area code)

District Six 935-7262

Lieutenant's Office 935-7261

  • Lt. Phil Henschel - 8 am to 4 pm
  • Lt. Kenneth Harris - 4 pm to 12 am
  • Lt. Jesus Ortiz - 12 am to 8 am

Sergeant's Office 935-7267

Community Liaison Office 935-7198

  • Police Officer Joshua Dummann
  • Police Officer Carlos Felix

Community Prosecution Unit

Domestic Violence Advocate

  • Christine Langkau 935-7199

Meet your Community Liaison Officers

Don't know who else to contact?  Your Community Liaison Officer smay be able to help you help yourself.  Your Community Liaison Officer can help you start a Block Watch program, or deal with a long standing nuisance issue in your neighborhood.