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Milwaukee Police Ambassador Program


The MPD Ambassador program creates a short-term work experience enriched with mentorship, community engagement, encouraging future leaders, and building new bridges between the Milwaukee Police Department and the community it serves.

Ambassadors at Work and in the Community

Ambassadors and MPD members worked side-by-side at MPD districts and divisions as well as community events in neighborhoods across the City.

Click on the pictures below to watch what our ambassadors do on a daily basis!  


Ambassadors in Action

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For More Information

Kamala Anderson
Recruiting - Police Academy
(414) 935 - 7686


  • US Citizen
  • Ages 18-25
  • High School Diploma, GED, or HSED
  • Interest in Public Safety and/or Law Enforcement
  • Interested in Community Service and Engagement
  • Ability to work 24 hours per week


The Milwaukee Police Department’s Police Ambassador Program was created by Mayor Tom Barrett and Police Chief Edward Flynn.

The Milwaukee Police Department and Employ Milwaukee provide meaningful work assignments for the Ambassadors over the course of the program and pair them with mentors who are experienced members of the Police Department.  Mentors provide guidance and support for the duration of the program to help Ambassadors achieve their professional goals while also building relationships with other members of the Department.  

2017 Police Ambassador Class

Completion Ceremony

The third Milwaukee Police Ambassador Class, comprised of 15 young men and women, completed their program on November 28, 2017. A ceremony was held at the Milwaukee Police Academy and attended by Mayor Tom Barrett and Police Chief Edward Flynn. 

"Milwaukee Police ambassadors bridge gap between neighborhoods and Department" (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel; November 29, 2017)