In partnership with the community, we will create and maintain neighborhoods capable of sustaining civic life. We commit to reducing the levels of crime, fear, and disorder through community based, problem-oriented, and data-driven policing.
Police Auxiliaries are a volunteer group created to augment the regular police force in times of emergency and to serve as approved by the Chief of Police. Upon acceptance to the program new auxiliaries will receive training multiple areas such as, crowd control, self defense, state laws, traffic control, city ordinances, first aid, etc. After completing the initial training, new auxiliaries may be assigned to assist with traffic control at special events, assist with providing security at a neighborhood festival, or working with a District Community Liaison Officer organizing block watch meetings. Apply online.
Be a US Citizen
Be at least 18 years of age
Be free of any felony convictions
Be of good moral character
Be free of an unfavorable police record
Be willing to serve a minimum of 40 hours per year
Be willing to attend monthly meetings
Public Safety Cadets is a new, national non-profit organization founded and managed by active and retired law enforcement officers and business leaders dedicated to preparing young adults, ages 14-20, for careers and leadership in the public safety profession.
The Milwaukee Police Department Public Safety Cadets learn about all facets of a career in law enforcement. The program is a community based program which reaches out to youth in all parts of the City of Milwaukee. The program helps build understanding, provides role models, and helps to develop young people interested in law enforcement careers through training and hands on programs. Learn more and sign up online.
The Milwaukee Police Citizen Academy is a five-week program designed to provide citizens with a working knowledge of the Milwaukee Police Department. It consists of a series of classes held once a week for three hours. The instruction will include classroom academics and practical applications in law, police procedure, defense and arrest tactics, firearms training, and state of art technology used to combat crime. Tours of various police facilities and demonstrations of equipment will also be conducted. Attendees may participate in a ride-along with officers.
This program will provide citizens an opportunity to ask questions about police services and to express their concerns about quality of life issues. Upon conclusion, citizens completing 80% of the course will participate in a graduation ceremony. Learn more and register online.
Catch Auto Thieves (CAT)
Auto theft is a growing national epidemic that is a potentially dangerous crime that often facilitates additional criminal activity. The CAT program, in which car owners sign a consent form that allows police to stop the vehicle without cause if it is being operated between the hours of 1:00 A.M. and 5:00 A.M., allows police to stop a vehicle and catch auto thieves quickly, before the owner even has a chance to report the vehicle stole.
The Milwaukee Police Department provides robbery deterrence classes. The classes are available for businesses in our community. Business owners and employees are encouraged to participate. The participants receive knowledge on how to protect themselves, assets and customers to deter potential victimization. Students will understand the concepts of Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) and how to apply it to their business. Participants will learn about the crime triangle, plus city and state laws. Learn more and register online.
Spanish Translation Services
The Community Services Sections offers Spanish Translation Services for any Milwaukee Police Department form or pamphlet in order to provide crime prevention services to the Spanish-speaking citizens of Milwaukee.
For More Information call (414) 935- 7905