Town hall meeting for Milwaukee police chief selection 🗓

Events

Wisconsin Black Historical Society/Museum
2620 W Center St,
Milwaukee.

What:

The Fire and Police Commission (FPC) have begun the process of selecting an Interim Chief of Police who will begin leading the agency on February 16th. Under Wisconsin law and the Milwaukee City Charter, the Fire and Police Commission oversees all aspects of Fire Department and Police Department operations. Our town hall meeting is an opportunity for community members to share their views on desired qualifications for any Chief of Police. This information will be provided to the FPC and utilized as a component of community feedback/ input during the selection process.

Who:

The Town Hall Meeting is hosted by the Join the Community Coalition for Quality Policing (CC4QPC) and LISC Milwaukee . Moderators are Donsia Strong Hill, LISC Milwaukee Executive Director and Fred Royal, President of the NAACP Milwaukee Branch and CC4QPC member. A five-member panel of experts will participate in the meeting to share their desired qualities and discuss why positive community and police interactions are critical. Most importantly, the panel will be available to respond to community feedback.

Join the Community Coalition for Quality Policing (CC4QPC) and LISC Milwaukee for a Town Hall meeting, Creating Constructive Public Dialogue for Selecting Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) Chief of Police. The event will take place on Wednesday, January 31 from 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM at the Wisconsin Black Historical Society/Museum. You can register here.

AGENDA:

5:00 PM – 5:30 PM:       Registration & Light meal

5:30 PM – 6:00 PM:       Fire & Police Commission Welcome

            Opening Remarks Donsia Strong Hill & Fred Royal

            Panel Introductions & Panel Remarks

6:00 PM – 7:10 PM:       Community Questions & Panel Response

7:10 PM – 7:30 PM:       Final Panel Comments & Wrap-up

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