Inspector Shannon M. Seymer-Tabaska
In 1991, Inspector Shannon M. Seymer-Tabaska began her career with the Milwaukee Police Department and currently oversees the Patrol Bureau. Inspector Seymer-Tabaska has enjoyed working within a variety of assignments as both a civilian and sworn member. Inspector Seymer-Tabaska’s prior assignments include the Office of the Chief – OMAP, District 4, the Internal Affairs Division, Technical Communications Division, Court Administration/Central Booking, Property Control Section, Records Management Section, Human Resources Division, and the Criminal Investigation Bureau – General Crimes Division with oversight over the Milwaukee Area Violent Crimes Task Force (MAVCTF).
In December of 2021, she was promoted to Inspector and oversees the Patrol Bureau.
Inspector Seymer-Tabaska has been instrumental in organizational management to include the FBI Quality Assurance Review (QAR), DNA collection for juveniles, CVS partnership with pharmaceutical disposal, e-File Complaint Process, and the NIJ-Urban Institute Study on video surveillance impact on crime.
Inspector Seymer-Tabaska is a graduate of the FBI National Academy – 268th Session, a ABLE certified instructor, IACP member, recipient of the FBI-LEEDA Trilogy Award, certified Law Enforcement Standards Board (LESB) Instructor, an Office of Justice Programs (OJP) Grant Peer Reviewer, and possesses a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of WI – Milwaukee. Inspector Seymer-Tabaska is committed to team building, as she believes success occurs through collaborative, coordinated, communicative teams when working together we achieve more.