Captain Patrick T. Pajot
Captain Patrick Pajot, began his career with the Milwaukee Police Department in 2000 and was assigned to District 2 after graduating from the Police Academy. At District 2, he was assigned to the Anti-Gang Unit and worked closely with the community to reduce gang violence. In 2004, he was transferred to the Gangs Crimes-Intelligence Division, where he continued to work on reducing gang violence. In 2008, he was promoted to Detective and assigned to the robbery unit, before joining the Homicide Unit in 2010. In 2018, he was promoted to Lieutenant and was assigned to Violent Crimes for a short period of time before returning to the Homicide Unit. In 2021, He was promoted to Captain of Police and assigned as the Criminal Investigations Bureau Night Watch Commander. In September 2021, Captain Pajot was assigned as the commander of the Violent Crimes Divison within the Crimnal Investigations Bureau.
In 2008, Captain Pajot was awarded the Milwaukee Police Department / Milwaukee Police Association officer of the year. He has several accommodations with the department. Captain Pajot is a 2011 graduate of Leadership in Police Organizations program and a 2018 graduate of Northwestern Supervision of Police Personnel.
Captain Pajot is the commander of the Crisis Negations Unit and has been an active member of this unit since 2010.