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Crime and Justice Institute Reports

On July 23, 2018, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin entered an order adopting a Settlement Agreement among the parties to Charles Collins, et al. v. City of Milwaukee, et al. As part of that Settlement Agreement a Consultant must prepare an annual report that addresses the City’s compliance with the terms of the Settlement Agreement based on a review of MPD and FPC actions and an annual analysis of MPD data on traffic stops, field interviews, no-action encounters (NAE), searches, and frisks. After mutual agreement by the counsel for the Plaintiffs and the City, the Crime and Justice Institute (CJI) was contracted by the City to serve as the Consultant.

First Annual Report - September, 2019

CJI First Six-Month Report on Non-Complaint Items- March 2020

CJI Semiannual Analysis June 2020  

CJI’s semiannual analysis of traffic stops, field interviews, no-action encounters, and frisks conducted by MPD. The data is drawn from a random sampling of encounters between July 1 and December 31, 2019. Sampling sizes were chosen based on statistical significance, with a confidence level of 95% and a margin of error of 5%.

CJI Semiannual Analysis February 2020

CJI’s semiannual analysis of traffic stops, field interviews, no-action encounters, and frisks conducted by MPD. The data is drawn from a random sampling of encounters between January 1 and June 30, 2019 and reflects interactions prior to the completion of Settlement Agreement-mandated training for all MPD officers. Sampling sizes were chosen based on statistical significance, with a confidence level of 95% and a margin of error of 5%.

Citizen Complaint Data Update

The Fire and Police Commission (FPC) has updated the posted citizen complaint dataset with second-quarter 2020 data.  In addition to the citizen complaint summaries already contained in FPC Annual Reports and Citizen Complaint Reports the FPC maintains this online dataset on the City of Milwaukee’s Open Data Portal detailing the complaints received by our office.  This data is updated quarterly.

Stop and Search Data Posted

Per the requirements in the settlement to Federal Case 17-CV-234-JPS the Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission (FPC) is required to publish particular stop and search encounter data, on a quarterly basis, in compliance with Sec. IV(A)(10-13). Data is suitable for posting only after the Personally Identifiable Information (PII) gathered from each encounter has been removed. Due to ongoing technical issues, only a portion of the quarterly data is currently available in a form which excludes PII and that can be acceptably disseminated to the public. As technical challenges are solved the FPC anticipates that future data will allow for additional data elements to be included in the publicly posted data sets.

Data is available on the Milwaukee Open Data Portal

 

Data for the 1st and 2nd Quarter-2019 

Data for the 3rd Quarter-2019

Data for the 4th Quarter-2019

Data for the 1st Quarter-2020

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