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Milwaukee Wisconsin Police Station Address: 3006 S 27th St, Milwaukee, WI 53215, United States

5 days ago
Elderly victim robbed on the NW Side. Suspect caught on camera. Do you recognize him? Call 414-935-7360 to help us solve the case. https://t.co/ye09SqERTY

7 days ago
Thank you for honoring our hard working employees. They are vital in helping citizens across Milwaukee! https://t.co/qZJQrYdfLS

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Recognizing the professionals of 911 who are responsible for getting you the help you need. One moment they may be answering a call for police and next talking someone through providing life-saving CPR. These women & men take pride in the service they provide to callers in need. https://t.co/BY53z8Vz37

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1 week ago
ICYMI: @fox6now @AshleySears6 highlights the MPD District Four teamwork that helped officers catch an armed robbery suspect. Great job by these officers! https://t.co/i4vhcaS5t5

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WANTED: Suspect robs victim at gunpoint on the South Side. Do you know who this man is? Call MPD at 414-935-7360 and help detectives identify him! https://t.co/NeVIlkz6YP

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Fast Food, Quick Work: District Four Officers Make Quick Arrest of Robbery Suspect https://t.co/71tFZi2DE1 https://t.co/jr3zBDEJim

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We envision a Milwaukee where all can live safely and without fear, protected by a police department with the highest ethical and professional standards.

In some jobs, success is measured by what doesn’t happen. Visit out our website www.milwaukeepolicenews.com for more on the Milwaukee Police Department including how to join our ranks. Be A Force!

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On Friday, April 13, 2018, the temperature was 36˚ with a wind child of 24˚. It was raining with winds of 20-30 mph. District One squads responded to a three vehicle accident at N. Lincoln Memorial Dr. & E. Michigan Ave, where the driver of the striking vehicle fled the scene on foot.

The female subject was located behind the Discovery World Museum and had walked out on the aluminum dock to the far south end of the dock. The female subject jumped over the rail on the side of the break wall and into the water and later climbed up on the rocks.

Officer Matthew Dresen maneuvered out onto the rocks with a life jacket toward the female. Officer Michael Stinson and Officer John Tietjen each put on wetsuit in the event that the female subject went back in the water.

Officer Dresen made contact with the female subject and utilizing his professional communication skills managed to get the life jacket on her. Gaining additional compliance from the subject he was able to pull her further up the rocks away from the water.

Officer Chris Peterson and Officer Luke Lee assisted on the docks in high wind and rain with the other officers to formulate a plan to get everyone back to safety.

All officers spent a significant amount of time in the challenging weather conditions until Milwaukee Fire Department responded to assist with the subject. With the combined efforts of the officers on scene and MFD, the subject was brought to safety.

The female subject was transported to the hospital for medical treatment and charged with OWI 1st offense.

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Join us in recognizing the behind the scenes professionals who are responsible for getting you the help you need. One moment they may be answering a call for police and the next they may be talking someone through providing life saving CPR over the phone. These highly trained individuals take pride in the service they provide to callers in need.

Mayor Tom Barrett, Common Council President Ashanti Hamilton, Fire Chief Mark Rohlfing and Police Chief Alfonso Morales gathered at the 911 Communications Center to thank telecommunicators and dispatchers today during National Telecommunications Week. A week dedicated to the women and men of 911 call centers across the nation.

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Congratulations to MPD Officer Marty Gonzalez who is retiring from the force this week after 25 years. Officer Gonzalez is unique because he has spent his entire career at MPD District Five. Thank you Officer Gonzalez for your service to the City of Milwaukee and the residents of the North Side!

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Fast Food, Quick Work: District Four Officers Make Quick Arrest of Robbery Suspect

Officers from District Four of the Milwaukee Police Department made a quick arrest of a suspect wanted in an armed robbery at the KFC/Taco Bell in the 7200 block of N. Teutonia Avenue. Around 7:45 p.m. on April 7, a suspect entered the restaurant and pointed a gun at the employees. One of the employees immediately called 911 and gave police important details about the description of the suspect. The suspect demanded money from the register and jumped the counter. The suspect then chased the employees and stole personal belongings from an office before he fled from the scene.

MPD squads arrived on the scene quickly and began searching for the suspect. The 26-year-old Milwaukee man was found after a short foot chase and was arrested. The suspect’s gun was recovered as well as the items belonging to the victims.
This teamwork and communication by District Four officers led to the quick arrest of an armed and dangerous criminal. Great job by all involved!

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Milwaukee Police teamed up with deputies from the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office as well as troopers from the Wisconsin State Patrol to conduct Operation Truck Stop, a collaborative effort which takes place several times a year to inspect commercial vehicles.

During a news conference Monday Joleen Tichelaar, told of the deadly consequences of poorly maintained trucks. Her husband Jay was killed in May 2017 when a brake drum broke off a truck traveling in front
of his car on the freeway and crashed through his windshield.

Officers, who are trained commercial vehicle inspectors, are on patrol specifically looking for traffic violations made by commercial vehicle drivers or obvious equipment violations. Officers then make a traffic stop on the vehicle. The driver is informed to follow the squad to a makeshift inspection site that safely allows for a complete vehicle inspection with room for large semi-trucks to maneuver. Park-and-ride locations are often used.

Unlike your personal vehicle, any commercial vehicle can be stopped at any time for inspection, however officers prefer to focus their efforts on vehicles with identifiable violations to stop for inspection, and not to stop a vehicle just because they can. As with your personal vehicle, you are less likely to be stopped if your license plate is properly displayed and your head lamps, tail lamps, brake lamps and turn signal lamps are all in working order.

During an inspection officers may examine all of the following: driver’s license, medical examiner’s certificate and waiver, alcohol and drugs (if applicable), driver’s record of duty status (as required), hours of service, seat belt, vehicle inspection report, as well as the brake system, coupling devices, exhaust system, frame, fuel system, turn signals, brake lamps, tail lamps, head lamps, lamps on projecting loads, safe loading, steering mechanism, suspension, tires, van and open-top trailer bodies, wheels and rims, windshield wipers, and weight.

Vehicles inspected included tow trucks, dump trucks, small and large box trucks, semi trucks, and roll-off dumpster trucks. During the last inspection drivers were taken out of service for violations that prohibit them from driving a commercial vehicle. There were also seven trucks that had to rectify problems before belong allowed to leave. There was also a semi truck that had a perfect inspection.

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In front of family and friends at the Police Academy Friday, Chief Alfonso Morales promoted the following members:

Michael Brunson to Assistant Chief of Police
Raymond Banks to Assistant Chief of Police
Kenneth Justus to Detective
Jerome Battles to Sergeant

Also promoted was Robert Thiel to Lieutenant, who was unable to attend.

Join us in congratulating them and wishing them well in their new role.