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Milwaukee Police Department
Held once a month at 5:30 pm - Please check for dates!
There will be no meeting in July.
The purpose of this meeting is to provide basic crime prevention tips, and crime trend information for the neighborhoods within our district.
For more information, contact Community Liaison Officer:
Jocelyn Kalmanson (414)-935-7258
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Property where nuisance activity occurs regularly is a blight on the whole neighborhood. Under the City of Milwaukee Chronic Nuisance Property Code (80-10-2) MPD can notify the owner and request a plan to stop chronic nuisances from continuing.
The landlord/tenant relationship is more than just paying and collecting rent. Both landlord and tenant have crucial responsibilities for ensuring a mutually beneficial experience.
Simple tips to help you from being a victim of a stolen auto and vehicle break in.
Along with safety tips to keep residents and communities safe from crime, information includes help for homeowners facing foreclosure and resources to engage community members and coordinate with local agencies.
2920 N. Vel R Phillips Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53212
EMERGENCY - 911
(La Linea que no es de Emergencia es)
District numbers (414 area code)
Don't know who else to contact? Your Community Liaison Officer may be able to help you help yourself. Your Community Liaison Officer can help you start a Block Watch program, or deal with a long standing nuisance issue in your neighborhood.
Learn more about our mission is to provide guidance and support to the Milwaukee communities we safeguard.
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