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Welcome to the Milwaukee Police Department


To be a department where every member works with our community to help build sustainable healthy neighborhoods, free of crime and maintained by positive relationships.


By using effective community engagement, we will impact crime, help build sustainable neighborhoods and foster positive community relations.


We Want Your Feedback

We need your feedback!  The Milwaukee Police Department wants to know how you communicate.  What social media platforms do you use?  Where do you get your news?  What would you like to hear from us?  Please take this survey as it will help us better serve our community.

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Crime Maps & Statistics

Milwaukee Police Department is providing an interactive database to enable the public to access crime statistics in the City of Milwaukee.

The Office of Public Relations

MPD Public Relations

The Office of Public Relations disseminates information externally to the public via telephone inquiries and through the use of electronic, print and social media. In addition, the office relays information interdepartmentally through memos, videos, electronic correspondence and education. Information may include, but is not limited to; high profile investigations, crime statistics, and community programs and engagement. Learn more:



Traffic Safety Unit

To reduce the amount of reckless driving, speeding and vehicular crashes from occurring in the City of Milwaukee, the Milwaukee Police Department has a created a new unit called the Traffic Safety Unit (TSU).

Learn more about TSU

Milwaukee Police Department Office of Community Outreach and Education (OCOE)


Utilizes community partnerships, organizational transformation and problem solving to proactively address, solve and mitigate crime and disorder.

Through collaborative community partnerships, public safety and community members including business organizations and community stakeholders develop solutions to issues impacting the community and build trust.

The trust is supported by an alignment of organizational management, structure, personnel, and information systems to support proactive problem solving and community partnerships.

Learn more about OCOE

Missing Person Criteria


Missing Person Criteria

Criteria for a Missing Person

***The criteria must be met to ensure that the right to privacy of an individual is not violated***

There is not a 24 hour waiting period to report a missing person.


Milwaukee Police Department 

Police Administration

 Non-emergency: 414-933-4444

 Emergency: 911

 749 W. State Street, Milwaukee, WI 53233 

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