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Fire Cadet Open House

Come to one of the Milwaukee Fire Department's Open Houses this fall to learn more about their nationally recognized Fire Cadet Program. It is a great career opportunity for young adults 17-19 years of age who are interested in earning a salary and receiving college credits while learning the skills necessary to become a professional Firefighter Paramedic. Click the link for locations and more information.

 

Police Aide Open House

Come to one of the Milwaukee Police Department's Open Houses this fall to learn more about their Police Aide Program. It is a great career opportunity for young adults 17-19 years of age who are interested in earning a salary and receiving college credits while learning the skills necessary to become a Police Officer. Click the link for locations and more information.

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UPDATE REGARDING RESIDENCY

On July 26, 2016 the Common Council of the City of Milwaukee adopted legislation that imposes a residency requirement on law enforcement, fire, and designated emergency personnel to reside within 15 miles of the jurisdictional boundaries of the City. This charter ordinance, adopted pursuant to Wis. Stat. Sec. 66.0502 (4)(b), applies to all sworn members of the departments and provides that the Fire and Police Commission (FPC) designate “emergency personnel.” This legislation will become effective October 11, 2016.

The FPC recently updated its rules to be in compliance with the charter ordinance. The following positions have been designated as emergency personnel:  Police Information Systems Director, Emergency Communications Manager, Communications Systems Manager, and Police Facilities Manager; and Fire Technical Services Manager, Fire Dispatch Manager, Fire Equipment Repairs Manager, and Fire Equipment Repairs Supervisor. The positions of Police Aide and Fire Cadet are also designated as emergency personnel.

All employees hired into a position subject to this residency requirement, any incumbent sworn employee, or any civilian who at any time has his/her position designated as subject to this residency requirement, shall be granted a period of time not to exceed six months from the date of hire or the date upon which the designation becomes effective to become compliant with the requirement. Consistent with Sections 5.02-5 and 5.02-6 of the Charter, eligible employees may pursue extensions and hardship exceptions with the FPC.

Additionally, a searchable map has been developed by the FPC and the City’s Information Technology Management Division depicting the 15 mile boundary.  Follow this link to view the map. 

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2015 Use of Force Report

This annual report is authored by Steven G. Brandl, PhD, professor in the department of Criminal Justice at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.  It provides an overview of the incidents in which force was used by officers of the Milwaukee Police Department in the year 2015 and makes statistical comparisons to prior years.  The report was presented to the commission at the April 21, 2015 meeting.  The Fire and Police Commission welcomes comments and questions from the public, please submit your comments and questions here

MPD Body Worn Cameras FAQ

The Milwaukee Police Department is in the process of outfitting it's patrol officers and patrol sergeants with body worn video cameras.  Answers to some frequently asked questions have been provided here by the FPC to give the public insight into the process. 

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Contact Us

City Hall
200 E. Wells Street
Room 706A
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Phone:
414-286-5000
(24-hour message line)
Fax:
414-286-5050
Email:
fpc@milwaukee.gov
Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.
(except holidays and furlough days)

Executive Director MaryNell Regan  

Executive Director

MaryNell Regan

 

Phone: 414-286-5000
Fax: 414-286-5050
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