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


4 hours ago
We were “udderly” delighted to serve and protect—even our bovine residents!! https://t.co/fXQwAy9SBb

1 day ago
@MilwaukeePolice will brief media at 60th and Main Street at 8:30pm.

1 day ago
@MilwaukeePolice Will brief media at 60th and Main Street later this evening

1 day ago
@MilwaukeePolice Officer involved in a shooting Hawley and Main Street. One officer injured, non-life-threatening. Suspect injured, non-life-threatening, in custody.

2 days ago
Congratulations to our most recent employees who were promoted on January 12. One new Lieutenant, two new sergeants, and two new Office Assistants. We’re grateful for your commitment to the City of Milwaukee! https://t.co/UBYqcwqsuM

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Here is your opportunity to get a behind the scenes, inside look at the Milwaukee Police Department through our Citizen Academy.

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Contact the Office of Community Outreach and Education at 414-935-7935 to register for the next class.

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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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Milwaukee Police Department added 33 new photos.2 days ago

Congratulations to our most recent employees who were promoted on January 12. One new Lieutenant, two new sergeants, and two new Office Assistants. We’re grateful for your commitment to the City of Milwaukee!

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Milwaukee Police Department3 days ago

Here is an opportunity to get a behind the scenes, inside look at the Milwaukee Police Department.

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 15-hour block of instruction will include classroom academics and practical applications in law, police procedures, defense and arrest tactics, firearms training and state-of-the-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.

Contact the Office of Community Outreach and Education at 414-935-7935 to register for the next class.

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Milwaukee Police Citizen Academy

The Milwaukee Police Department’s Citizen Academy is an opportunity for community members to get an inside look at, and explanation of, the policies, procedu…
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Milwaukee Police Department2 weeks ago

Video from today’s entire press conference can be viewed below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtQFs9QuHZg&feature=youtu.be

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20170108 Chief Edward Flynn Announces Retirement

Milwaukee Police Chief Edward A Flynn highlighted reductions in 2017 crime and announced his retirement after 10 years as Chief with the Milwaukee Police Dep…
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Milwaukee Police Department2 weeks ago

Much of Chief Flynn’s news conference today focused on the hard work of the men and women of the Milwaukee Police Department. You can read more about their commitment to the community at the link below:

http://milwaukee.gov/ImageLibrary/Groups/mpdAuthors/PDFs/ChiefFlynn10YearRetrospective.pdf

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Milwaukee Police Department2 weeks ago

MPD Chief Edward A. Flynn announces his retirement from the Milwaukee Police Department this afternoon. Chief Flynn has served as the Department’s Chief since January 2008. Thank you Chief for your service to this City!

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Milwaukee Police Department added 6 new photos — with Adriana Ibarra and 4 others.2 weeks ago

Milwaukee Police Department District Two, the National Latino Peace Officers Association, and other community partners celebrated “Three Kings Day” with their third annual celebration on Saturday, January 6th. Officers provided pre-selected families holiday gifts to mark the occasion at St. Augustine Preparatory Academy. There was also refreshments and information on community resources. It was a great turnout and we can’t wait for next year!

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Milwaukee Police Department added 4 new photos — with Min Cedric C Carr.2 weeks ago

Congratulations to our MPD employees who were recently promoted: Three new Sergeants, a new Latent Print Examiner, four Community Service Officers, and a new Office Assistant!