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Video: Milwaukee Chief Calls Out Black Activists Over Their Priorities After Public Meeting

November 21, 2014
A video of an emotional Milwaukee Police Chief Edward Flynn decrying community activists on the night a 5-year-old girl was shot in her home is being drawn into a social media argument about crime and race with some describing Flynn as a "hero cop" calling out black community leaders and others blasting that characterization.

Milwaukee Chief Calls Out Black Activists Over Their Priorities After Public Meeting

November 21, 2014

At one point during the meeting, members of the audience criticized Flynn for looking at his phone. Flynn said he was trying to keep up with developments in the girl’s shooting and later took on those critics in a press conference recorded by Luthern. More Here.

Milwaukee Police Union Votes No Confidence in Chief

October 31, 2014
Nearly 100% of Milwaukee police officers who participated in a union vote Thursday signaled they have no confidence in Police Chief Edward Flynn, the police union announced Friday.

Milwaukee Police Identify Robbery Suspect Shot and Killed at Transit Station

November 12, 2013
Milwaukee police said Shawn Rieves, 17, was shot and killed by officers inside the Milwaukee County Transit Terminal Monday morning.

Milwaukee Police Sued for Illegal Strip Searches

July 11, 2013
Five men sued the Milwaukee Police Department, city, and police chief on Wednesday seeking unspecified damages for illegal rectal and strip searches. The lawsuits follow a widespread criminal investigation into the searches that led to the conviction in July of Michael Vagnini.

Milwaukee Officer Sues TV Station for Defamation

July 3, 2013
A Milwaukee Police officer has sued NBC affiliate WTMJ for "defamation of professional reputation" after the station aired a story that showed him in a negative light even though he had done nothing wrong.

No Federal Charges Stemming From Wis. In-Custody Death

May 28, 2013
Three Milwaukee police officers involved in the arrest of Derek Williams in July 2011 will not face federal criminal charges in connection with his death, according to the U.S. attorney's office.

Inquest Jury: Charge 3 Wis. Cops In Custody Death

February 22, 2013
In a historic verdict, an inquest jury recommended Thursday that three Milwaukee Police officers be criminally charged in connection with the in-custody death of Derek Williams in July 2011.

Video: Milwaukee Cop Attacked by Clown

November 19, 2012
A Milwaukee Police officer used physical force to arrest an activist dressed as a clown, after the man punched him outside City Hall. Video taken by a passing motorist of the fight has gone viral.

Milwaukee Cop Attacked by Clown

November 19, 2012

A Milwaukee Police Department officer used physical force to arrest an activist dressed as a clown who was squirting motorists. Read the full story here.

Milwaukee Cops Now Required To Stop Excessive Force

October 30, 2012
Milwaukee police officers would be required to intervene if they see one of their colleagues using excessive force, according to a new policy expected to be approved by the city's Fire and Police Commission this week.

Four Milwaukee Cops Charged In Strip-Search Case

October 10, 2012
Four Milwaukee police officers were charged Tuesday with felonies related to illegal rectal searches of suspects on the street and in police district stations over the past two years.

DOJ Taps LISC for Troubled Communities Grant

October 6, 2012
The U.S. Department of Justice has awarded $1 million to the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) to help attack crime hot spots in 15 U.S. cities to improve the quality of life in troubled communities.

Milwaukee Officer Shoots Knife Wielding Suspect

June 6, 2011
A suspect is in critical condition Monday morning, after being shot by a Milwaukee Police officer. Investigators say the man charged at an officer with a knife, leading to the third officer-involved shooting in just a week.

Brady Center Sues Gun Dealer on Behalf of Wounded Officers

December 7, 2010
The suit was filed on behalf of Milwaukee police officers Bryan Norberg and Graham Kunisch, who were shot and seriously injured with a gun sold by Badger Guns of West Milwaukee, Wisc.

Six LEOs Honored With Medal of Valor

September 23, 2010
Including fire and EMS recipients, 14 public safety personnel received the award.

Parolee Opened Fire on Milwaukee Officer At Traffic Stop

June 28, 2010
Officer Chad Boyak, 34, was hit in the foot, before his partner returned fire, wounding Martin Bryant, who was fresh out of prison on cocaine and criminal trespassing charges.

Grille-Mounted GPS-Tag Launcher Gives Officers Alternative to Pursuits

April 27, 2010
Each year, about 360 people are killed during police pursuits. About a third of those are bystanders, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Milwaukee PD Gets More Complaints, More Resolutions with New System

September 8, 2009
More than 180 complaints were filed against Milwaukee police officers in the first half of the year, and the 66 formal ones marked a 13.8 percent increase over that number for early 2008, itself a record year for complaints. But the numbers don't reflect a corresponding increase in police misconduct.

Milwaukee Police Say Arrest Closes 21-Year Serial Killer Case

September 7, 2009
Police arrested Walter Ellis on Saturday at a motel, one day after authorities linked DNA from his toothbrush with samples found on the bodies of two victims.
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