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Chief Edward A. Flynn                                                    Captain Michael J. Brunson 
The Historic Concordia/Avenues West Policing Plan: 

A proactive collaboration between the police department, prosecution and the Wells St community stakeholders. The purpose is to relieve the area of its chief criminal activities; street drug sales, prostitution, robbery and the wide range of offenses and disorder generated by these types of crime. 


To significantly reduce violent crime and the fear of violent crime, drug sales, prostitution, and other incidents that destroy the quality of life in the targeted corridor; stabilize the neighborhood; increase the feeling of safety amongst the residents; establish strong community partnerships; and increase the credibility of the police within the neighborhood.  


The ability to sustain a visible reduction in criminal activity in the Wells St corridor. To have reduced calls for service; diminishing arrest rates for the chief criminal activities; an increased feeling of community safety; and a productive and meaningful relationship between police and the community.  

District# 3 Contact Information

District Three Captain

Shift Commander 

  • Lieutenant Iris Ziolkowski 935-7231 or email at                                


  • All Shifts - 935-7237 
Community Liaison Officers

Anti-Gang Unit District Level

Late Shift Violent Crimes Unit and Tavern Squad

Community Prosecution Unit

Avenues West/Historic Concordia Foot Patrol



Early Late Asst City Attorney Domestic Violence Advocate
Probation/Parole, 2100 W Wells    
Community Partners 
            City & County Government 



Milwaukee County District Attorney John T. Chisholm, Safety Building, 821 W State St Rm 405, Milwaukee, WI 53233, Ph: 278-4646



 Office of the City Attorney Grant F. Langley, City Hall, 200 E Wells St Rm 800, Milwaukee, WI 53202, Ph: 286-2601


4th District Alderman Robert Bauman, City Hall, 200 E Wells St Rm 205, Milwaukee, WI 53202, Ph: 286-2221, email:  


Department of Neighborhood Services 841 N Broadway 1st Floor (53202) Ph: 286-2268 or 4001 S 6th St (53221) Ph: 286-2268, Commissioner Martin G. Collins 286-2543 email: 

  Department of City Development 809 N Broadway, Ph: 286-5900; Neighborhood Improvement Development Corporation 809 N Broadway 1st Fl, Ph: 286-5608; Commissioner Richard Marcoux, 809 N Broadway 2nd Fl, Ph: 286-5800 
             Neighborhood Organizations 

Historic Concordia Neighbors, Inc 945 N 29th St, Milwaukee, WI 53208, Ph: 297-9244, email:

Avenues West Association Inc June Moberly, Executive Director, 624 N 24th St, 1st Floor, Milwaukee, WI 53233, Ph: 933-0640 email:  


Safe & Sound Community Partners 801 W Michigan Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53233, Ph: 220-4798,  


Marquette University Paul Mascari, 749 N 16th St, Milwaukee, WI 53233, Ph: 288-0589, email: 

  Neighborhood House of Milwaukee Richard Cox, Executive Director 2819 W Richardson Pl, Milwaukee, WI 53208, Ph: 414-933-6161, web:, email:
Citywide Public Safety Richard Lucus, Ph: 379-2062   

 Property Owners

J.T. Riley Properties Robert Mabeus, Ph: 640-3739, email:  
MLG Anthony Taylor, cell: 839-8956, Office: 3103 W Wells St, hours: 9a-5p, Ph: 344-9811, Office Manager: Bob Howard      
Johnson Square Apartments Robin Jacobi, Ph: 933-1600, email:  
Kim Queen, Ph: 933-2700, email:  
BV Wells, LLC Noemi Boyd, 907 N 26th St, Milwaukee, WI 53233, Ph: 342-1800, email:  
St Clare Management, Inc Margaret Kidder, 834 N 35th St (Clare Heights), Milwaukee, WI, Ph: 385-5330, website: 


On The Beat Photo Gallery  

Captain Brunson at Hawthorn Environmental

Meetings & Events 

HCAWNPP Monthly Meeting is now held in conjunction with the monthly Crime & Safety Meeting, which is held the last Thursday of each month.                                                                              

Next meeting is: Thursday, January 31, 2012 at 6:00pm at District #3. 

Crime Map, Updates & News Releases


Maintain A Secure Home 

News Releases and Public Relations

Milwaukee's Most Wanted

Wells Street Area Crime Map 



Community News                     



No overnight parking is allowed on through highways and mass transit (bus) routes from December 1 to March 1. These streets are not posted. For a list of these streets please go to the Winter Parking Regulations page. In case of a "Snow Emergency" prior to December 1 or after March 1, vehicles must be moved to a side street and must be legally parked in conformity with all other regulations on the proper side of the street.
Overnight parking is allowed on both sides of the street from March 1 to December 1. Alternate side night parking is allowed from December 1 to March 1. These streets are not posted. For a list of these streets please go to the Winter Parking Regulations page.
  • 4" RULE
Certain residential streets are posted "No Parking When Snow Falls 4 Inches or More." Parking is allowed on both sides of the street, except when snow has accumulated on the street surface to the depth of 4 inches or more. Then no parking is allowed on the side of the street where the sign is posted until the snow has been removed--day or night or at any time of the year. To determine whether this regulation applies to a specific street go to Street Parking Regulations.
Certain residential streets are restricted to parking on a specific side of the street during the winter months. These streets are posted with signs reading "No Parking" on one side of the street, either for the entire December 1 to March 1 period, or with a monthly alternation of the prohibited side. To determine whether this regulation applies to a specific street go to Street Parking Regulations.
If a snow emergency has been declared, night parking regulations are in effect from 11:00 P.M. to 6:00 A.M. on all city streets regardless of the winter parking regulation.
A "Snow Emergency" is declared to exist whenever snow falls during any period of 24 hours or less to a depth which is determined and declared by the Commissioner of Public Works to constitute a serious public hazard impairing transportation, the movement of food and fuel supplies, medical care, fire, health, and police protection, and other vital facilities of the City. Such an emergency is declared to continue for a period of 72 hours or until such earlier times as snow plowing operations have been declared completed by the Commissioner of Public Works. "Snow Emergencies" are widely publicized on local radio and television stations. In addition, "Temporary No Parking Tow Away" signs may be posted by the City to assist in clean-up after major snowfalls. Vehicles parked in violation of "Snow Route Tow-Away Zone" and "Temporary No Parking Tow Away" signs or obstructing traffic during a "Snow Emergency" will be towed away at owner's expense. There are no exceptions.
Milwaukee Public Schools makes some of its playgrounds and parking lots available for overnight parking during declared snow emergencies and clean-up periods. Take a look at Snow Emergency, Off-Street Parking on School Playgrounds List. Call the Department of Public Works Information Center at (414) 286-8282 during regular business hours for the location of a playground nearest your home.


Submit A Tip to Milwaukee Police

If you see a crime in progress or need to report an emergency, please call 911.

MPD crime tip services are for non-emergency investigative information only and will not generate a radio call or summon the police to your location.



SOHI District Surveillance Initiative


We have four (4) of the five (5) cameras up and running.  As you can see, we have excellent views of the district.  The next and last camera will be installed this week.  Click the camera view to the right in order to view the youtube video. The SOHI District would like to thank Advanced Electric, Lincoln Contractor Supply and the Sonitrol Corporation.




WITI TV, Milwaukee-The results are in for a crime crackdown in one northside neighborhood. Fox 6's Jeremy ROSS brings you this story from District Three Headquarters. This story was the result of the status update meeting held for The Historic Concordia/Avenues West Neighborhood Policing Plan, which took place Thursday, April 10, 2008. This update meeting was an opportunity for District Three personnel to present crime statistics on the policing initiative currently in place. More importantly, it was an opportunity for the citizens and other community stakeholders to give their opinion on the successes and failures of the initiative. Click the FOX 6 logo to view video.   


SOHI Interview with Captain James Harpole, Tuesday, May 13, 2008