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Table of Contents .........................................................................................................................................................................Page 1


Milwaukee Police Department’s Mission Statement .................................................................................................................Page 2


Message from the Chief ..............................................................................................................................................................Page 3


Command Staff Members ..........................................................................................................................................................Page 4


Operations /Administration Commanders ..................................................................................................................................Page 5


Organizational Chart ..................................................................................................................................................................Pages 6


Office of the Chief ................................................................................................................................................................ Pages 7–8


Office of the Assistant Chief ...................................................................................................................................................... Page 9


Administration Bureau ...................................................................................................................................................... Pages 10–15


Patrol Bureau            .................................................................................................................................................................Pages 16–20


Criminal Investigation Bureau ...........................................................................................................................................Pages 21–24


Promotions .................................................................................................................................................................................Page 25


Citations         .................................................................................................................................................................................Page 26


Retirements........................................................................................................................................................................ Pages 27–28


Crime Statistics .................................................................................................................................................................Pages 29–30




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                                       Message from the Chief
   At the start of the year, I set three goals - reduce                                           wide basis to empower all members to provide
crime, increase clearance rates and reduce the                                                    service with courtesy, dignity, and respect. These
number of citizen complaints against Department                                                   methods permit controlled communication during
members. Commanders were asked to develop cre-                                                    stressful and sometimes emotionally charged
ative ways to achieve these goals. Several initia-                                                encounters.
tives were tried and found to be successful.
                                                                                                     Crisis Intervention Training began with select
   At District Three, police aides are being used                                                 members receiving forty hours of specialized
more efficiently to assist the community liaison                                                  instruction on how to interact with individuals
officers and community prosecutors with issues                                                    experiencing mental crisis. De-escalation and
that negatively impact the quality of life for resi-                                              new communication methods provide officers
dents. Not only does their research and increased                                                 with an alternative to arrest and permit the indi-
interaction with the public aid in the reduction of                                               viduals to receive the treatment or exposure to
crime, but it also enhances their career develop-                                                 resources they truly need.
ment. The police aides seem to enjoy doing more
                                                                                                     Almost 20 members of the Hmong community
than clerical duties, and are truly learning how to
                                                                                                  attended and graduated from our Citizen Academy.
make a difference in the lives of others.
                                                                              This educational opportunity will enhance our ability to understand and
   A pilot program utilizing pole cameras in zones with high criminal         communicate with this growing population and foster an appreciation of
activity began in November. Test units were placed in both north and          both cultures.
south side locations, allowing direct video feeds to our Communications
                                                                                 Several major rules and procedures were updated following
Division. This new tool in fighting crime is of great interest to the
                                                                              supervisory and union review. One of the most important involves
community with neighborhood residents voicing support. As funding
                                                                              untruthfulness. Lying is unacceptable in law enforcement and cause
becomes available, additional equipment will permit the images to
                                                                              for dismissal because it negatively impacts the integrity and credibil-
be downloaded into squad-mounted cameras.
                                                                              ity of officers and diminishes their ability to testify in court. It also
   Entry and approval of on-line offense reports was completed dur-           damages the trust we are trying to restore in the community.
ing 2006. There were some “growing pains” associated with this
                                                                                 The Mayor, Police Department, and other city departments are col-
transition; however, this component of the new records management
                                                                              laborating to reduce violence in Milwaukee. Several violent crime
system will improve our crime reporting capabilities. Following new
                                                                              summits were held to discuss the root causes of violence and its
reporting guidelines, we are now submitting crime statistics using
                                                                              impact on our community. Along with the discussion on crime, reduc-
WIBRS and NIBRS criteria. This differs tremendously from the
                                                                              tion strategies were shared. Violent crime is rising throughout the
Uniform Crime Reporting guidelines that were used for many years
                                                                              United States, forcing law enforcement to look for new ways to
and the results cannot be accurately compared.
                                                                              address this issue. Many feel an emphasis must be placed on the
   The field training officer program was revised to enrich the devel-        development of our youth before we will see reductions in the future.
opment of police officers by providing them with better training,
                                                                                 Department members participated in interviews as part of the
quality oversight and valuable evaluations. The program guidelines
                                                                              Best Practices Review of the Fire and Police Commission. Numerous
place a strong emphasis on professional conduct and high law
                                                                              recommendations were made to strengthen the Commission’s over-
enforcement standards.
                                                                              sight authority. The Department is most interested in updating our
   Operating with a large number of police officer vacancies, exten-          testing and hiring procedures. Initial contacts have been made to
sive cruising, and several extensive investigations, we were limited          evaluate perpetual hiring, although a number of employment and
in our ability to deploy personnel. Again, new ideas were tested. A           legal issues must first be resolved. It is hoped that changes in inter-
three-prong summer initiative plan was developed to provide more              nal and external procedures will provide the Department with quali-
flexibility in patrol during the busy summer period and still permit us       fied employees to enhance our policing efforts.
to assign resources to areas in need of intervention. Once an area or
                                                                                 Each strategy or new initiative that we try helps to make our city
“hot spot” was selected, an advance team would analyze crime and
                                                                              safer. I must recognize the members of the Milwaukee Police
gather intelligence for the target area. This determined where an
                                                                              Department, for it is their performance each and every day that
enforcement team was sent to saturate the target area on pre-deter-
                                                                              results in criminals, guns, and drugs being removed from our streets.
mined dates and times. Following this saturation, a mobile communi-
                                                                              I will continue to search for new ways to reduce crime, enhance our
ty resource van, staffed by community volunteers offered information
                                                                              services, and improve the quality of life in Milwaukee.
and services available to individuals in need. This three-tiered
approach permitted area residents to see a visible presence of
resources in their neighborhood.
   Tactical Communication training was provided on a Department-
                                                                                                              Chief of Police



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                                                            Command Staff
Chief of Police ........................................................................................................................................................Nannette H. Hegerty
Assistant Chief of Police............................................................................................................................................Joseph D. Whiten
Deputy Chief of Police – Patrol Bureau .........................................................................................................................Dale T. Schunk
Deputy Chief of Police – Criminal Investigation Bureau ............................................................................................Brian R. O’Keefe
Deputy Chief of Police – Administration Bureau ............................................................................................................Monica E. Ray

Inspector – Criminal Investigation Bureau .................................................................................................................Edward Liebrecht
Inspector – Administration Bureau ..............................................................................................................................Vincent R. Flores

Deputy Inspector – Police Academy ...............................................................................................................................Ramon Galaviz
Deputy Inspector – Field Deputies Division .....................................................................................................................Denita R. Ball
Deputy Inspector – Field Deputies Division .........................................................................................................Gregory P. Thompson
Deputy Inspector – Intergovernmental Services Division ..........................................................................................Anna M. Ruzinski
Deputy Inspector – Professional Performance Division .....................................................................................................Mary Hoerig

Captain – District One .......................................................................................................................................................Linda Haynes
Captain – District Two...................................................................................................................................................Eduardo Negron
Captain – District Three .............................................................................................................................................James C. Harpole
Captain – District Four.......................................................................................................................................................Eric J. Moore
Captain – District Five ...............................................................................................................................................Michael S. Massa
Captain – District Six........................................................................................................................................................Gary L. Meyer
Captain – District Seven ..........................................................................................................................................Donald J. Gaglione

Captain – Police Academy....................................................................................................................................James A. Galezewski
Captain – Central Records Division......................................................................................................................Anthony R. Hendricks
Captain – Identification Division.....................................................................................................................................Diana E. Rowe
Captain – Community Services Division.........................................................................................................................Gregory Moore

Captain – HIDTA ............................................................................................................................................................Gregory Habeck
Captain – Vice Control Division.................................................................................................................................Timothy G. Burkee
Captain – Communications Division...........................................................................................................................Andra P. Williams
Captain – Data Services Division ...................................................................................................................................Darryl Winston
Captain – Intelligence Division ..................................................................................................................................Michael D. Young

Captain – Patrol Support Division .....................................................................................................................................David C. Vahl

Captain – CIB – Homicide Division ..................................................................................................................................David Zibolski
Captain – CIB – Crimes Against Persons Division .......................................................................................................Darlene Jenkins
Captain – CIB – Crimes Against Property Division ...................................................................................................James C. Shepard
Captain – CIB –Commander-Early Shift ...........................................................................................................Christopher Domagalski
Captain – CIB – Commander-Late Shift ..........................................................................................................................Michael Dubis
Captain – CIB – Sensitive Crimes Division ..............................................................................................................Debra S. Davidoski

Personnel Administrator – Personnel Division.............................................................................................................Valarie Williams
Chief’s Adjutant – Staff Assistant Senior................................................................................................................Heidi M. Hendricks
Public Relations Manager – Public Information Office..............................................................................................Anne E. Schwartz
Budget and Administration Manager – Budget and Finance Division.......................................................................Barbara A. Butler
Buildings and Fleet Manager – Facilities Services Section ........................................................................................Gordon G. Gregg
Safety Director – Safety Division ..............................................................................................................................Florence H. Dukes

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                                       Office of the Chief

The Office of the Chief consists of the Professional Performance
Division, Budget and Finance Division, Public Information Office,
Research and Development Division and the Community Liaison.

                                        Professional Performance Division
                                           Deputy Inspector Mary Hoerig was the      2007 and the likelihood of continued
                                        commanding officer of the Professional       separations from the Department, it is
                                        Performance Division during 2006. The        expected that the workload for the
                                        Professional Performance Division is         background investigators will continue
                                        made up of the Internal Affairs, Criminal    to increase.
                                        Investigation, Risk Management and
                                                                                        The Risk Management Section is
                                        Background Investigation Sections.
                                                                                     made up of the Civil Litigation Unit, Early
                                           The Internal Affairs Section is tasked    Intervention Program and Records
                                        with investigating complaints against        Request Section. The Civil Litigation Unit
                                        members of the Department. These com-        acts as the designee for the Chief of
                                        plaints are generated either internally or   Police and Milwaukee Police Department

      Mary Hoerig
                                        as a result of a citizen complaint. Of the   regarding civil process and also investi-
                                        1,135 complaints received during 2006,       gates large claims against the city. In
            Deputy Inspector            190 allegations were sustained. Each of      addition to completing 36 claim investi-
   Professional Performance Division    the seven detectives assigned to the sec-    gations this year, they also transitioned
                                        tion completed 28 investigations during      from a manual tracking system to a com-
                                        the year and monitored each case as it       puterized system, and plan on transfer-
                                        moved through the criminal justice system.   ring all taped internal interviews to com-
                                                                                     puter discs. The equipment required for
                                           The Background Investigation Section
                                                                                     this project will be purchased with asset
                                        investigates the background history of
                                                                                     forfeiture funds. A proposal for the Early
                                        individuals that apply for employment
                                                                                     Intervention Program (EIP) was developed
                                        with the Milwaukee Police Department.
                                                                                     and a database was established in 2006.
                                        Several changes have been made to the
                                                                                     The sergeant assigned to oversee the
                                        background investigation process, such
                                                                                     process has been working diligently with
                                        as a more liberal use of disqualifying
                                                                                     the vendor to tailor the program to meet
                                        information, the Chief’s ability to object
                                                                                     the needs of the Department as well as
                                        to a candidate and psychological exami-
                                                                                     address problems and concerns with the
                                        nations. These changes have increased
                                                                                     system. It is hoped that EIP will be online
                                        the level of work for the personnel
                                                                                     by April, 2007.
                                        assigned to the section. Based on the
                                        two anticipated academy classes in




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                                             Office of the Chief
                                                Budget and Finance Division
                                                 The Budget and Finance Division is         rows money. The operating budget is the
                                              responsible for the preparation and justi-    amount of the property tax supported
                                              fication of the Department’s financial        budget that is allocated to the
                                              matters, as well as its accounting, budg-     Department. Asset forfeiture funds are
                                              eting and purchasing activities.              awarded to the Department by the federal
                                                                                            courts from money the Department seized
                                                 The Department relies on capital proj-
                                                                                            during drug related arrests. The
                                              ect funds, the city’s operating budget,
                                                                                            Department continuously works to acquire
                                              asset forfeiture funds, and federal, state
                                                                                            funding through various grants.
                                              and local grants. Capital projects are one-
                                              time large projects for which the city bor-



         Barbara Butler
          Administration Manager,




                                                   Public Information Office
                                                 The Public Information Office is respon-   also disseminates information to mem-
                                              sible for the dissemination of information    bers of the Department through memos
                                              to the citizens of Milwaukee concerning       and an inter-department newsletter, The
                                              the Department and its activities. The        M.P.D. Extra.
                                              office utilizes all available media formats
                                              and the Department’s website. The office


                                                                         Research and Development
                                                 The Research and Development               cial orders. The division is involved in
                                              Division is responsible for the prepara-      the maintenance and update of opera-

      Anne E. Schwartz
                                              tion, drafting and updating of                tional manuals and conducts research
                                              Departmental rules and procedures,            on police issues and technologies.
          Public Relations Manager            directives, memos and general and spe-

                                                 Community Liaison Officers
  It is the policy of the Milwaukee Police    ner. The Community Liaison Officers           ty as well as bridging cultural differ-
Department to establish, provide and          coordinate this commitment by promot-         ences between Department members
maintain open lines of communication          ing cooperation, establishing and main-       and different cultural groups within the
with all citizens and cultural groups in      taining public trust, developing and          community.
the community in a professional man-          forging partnerships with the communi-


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                         Office of the Assistant Chief
                                    The Office of the Assistant Chief of Police
                                    consists of the Field Inspection Division and the
                                    Intergovernmental Services Division.
                                                          Intergovernmental Services Division
                                       The Intergovernmental Services Division           The Municipal Security Section provides
                                    is made up of the Property Control Section,       security for the mayor at all events and pro-
                                    License Investigation Unit and the                vides security for the three building munici-
                                    Municipal Security Section.                       pal complex. This allows for the safety of
                                                                                      elected officials and citizens visiting or con-

  Joseph D.Whiten
                                        The Deputy Inspector of the
                                                                                      ducting business in or around City Hall. In
                                    Intergovernmental Services Division is the
                                                                                      most cases, officers assigned to the
    Assistant Chief of Police       liaison for the Department and all outside
                                                                                      Municipal Security Section are able to han-
                                    entities, to include elected officials on the
                                                                                      dle calls for service and complaints coming
                                    local, state, and federal levels and private
                                                                                      to their attention, which allows district
                                    partnerships as well.
                                                                                      squads to remain available.
                                       A notable accomplishment for 2006 was
                                                                                         The License Investigation Unit (LIU)
                                    the implementation of the Crisis Intervention
                                                                                      investigates and processes city license
                                    Team (CIT). CIT officers receive 40 hours of
                                                                                      applications, request and renewals. This
                                    intense training in dealing with people suffer-
                                                                                      year alone, they performed 9,775 license
                                    ing from a mental crisis. The Department cur-
                                                                                      investigations. The LIU is also tasked with
                                    rently has 120 CIT officers and plans to have
                                                                                      the random annual inspection of all taxi-
                                    25% of the first responding patrol force
                                                                                      cabs, limos, shuttles, horse and surreys and
                                    trained within three years.
                                                                                      pedi-cabs in the city. In 2006, the LIU
                                       The Property Control Section is responsible    inspected 562 taxis and 141 other passen-
                                    for all property coming into the possession of

  Anna Ruzinski
                                                                                      ger vehicles. These inspections resulted in
                                    the Milwaukee Police Department. In 2006,         44 vehicles being taken out of service for
                                    the section received in excess of 93,000          vehicle safety issues.
   Deputy Inspector of Police
                                    pieces of property, including general property,
                                    money, narcotics and guns.


                                         Field Inspection Division

                                       The Field Inspection Division consist of
                                    two Deputy Inspectors who work in the
                                    field and are responsible for maintaining
                                    operational oversight of the Department,
                                    with particular emphasis on line operations
                                    and inspections.




Gregory P. Thompson                                                                                 Denita Ball
 Field Deputy Inspector of Police                                                              Field Deputy Inspector of Police


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                             Administration Bureau
                                 The Administration Bureau is comprised of the
                                 Police Academy, Personnel Division, Central Records
                                 Division, Communications Division, Data Services
                                 Division, Identification Division and Facilities Services.

                                                                 Police Academy
                                    The Police Academy is comprised of       vide training to personnel while other
                                 the Firearms Section, In-service Section,   courses were taught by in house per-
                                 Recruit Section and Community Services      sonnel with specialized expertise. On-line


Monica E. Ray
                                 Division. The Police Academy has been       supervisory training was made available
                                 recognized as a regional training center    in cooperation with the Wisconsin Law
 Deputy Chief of Police
                                 and offers training to all members of       Enforcement Standards Board and UW-
                                 the Department, as well as outside          Platteville. Training was also offered to
                                 jurisdictions.                              civilian members of the Department.
                                 Firearms Section                            Recruit Section
                                    The Firearms Section provides train-        In 2006, Recruit Section personnel
                                 ing to new recruits as well as continu-     imparted their knowledge on three
                                 ing instruction to all members with         classes of recruit police officers, providing
                                 police powers. In addition, they oversee    them with the skills needed to become
                                 the purchase and maintenance of all         successful law enforcement officers. In
                                 Department issued firearms and “less        addition, the staff instituted a modified
                                 lethal” weapons. This year, the range       field-training program, which was
                                 was totally remodeled and outfitted         developed using best practices found
                                 with the most modern and efficient          nationwide as a model. They also part-

Vincent Flores
                                 equipment available which makes it a        nered with the Verbal Judo Institute and
                                 state-of-the-art system.                    the Force Science Institute to expand the
   Inspector of Police
                                 In-Service Section/Specialized              body of knowledge in law enforcement as
                                 Training Section                            well as professionalize law enforcement
                                                                             both nationally and locally.
                                    The In Service/Specialized Training
                                 Section is responsible for the imple-
                                 mentation, delivery and coordination of
                                 all training programs in the Department.
                                 During the course of the year, 32 hours
                                 of in service training was provided for
                                 all sworn members of the Department
                                 on a variety of law enforcement topics.
                                 In addition, the Police Academy spon-
                                 sored specialized training on topics
                                 such as ethics and integrity, tactical
                                 communications, diversity and active
                                 shooter. In some cases, nationally rec-
                                 ognized experts were brought in to pro-

Ramon Galaviz                                                                         James Galazewski
Deputy Inspector of Police                                                                 Captain of Police

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                                 Administration Bureau
The Administrative Section of the Police Academy serves as the
Department’s quartermaster, overseeing the issuance and replacement of
uniforms and other equipment that is issued to Department members. This
section also provides the logistical support for all of our training,
including the production of audiovisual presentations. In addition, they
facilitated hundreds of request from members to attend training hosted
by the City of Milwaukee’s Department of Employee Relations.

                                                         Safety Division
                                             • Trained and supervised 216 school          • Conducted training program for school
                                               crossing guards, who insure pedestrian       cadets.
                                               safety near elementary schools through-    • Conducted 43 defensive driving courses
                                               out the city.                                and public passenger vehicle tests that
                                             • Provided over 600 area teachers with         were attended by almost 1,000 partici-
                                               pedestrian, water and bicycle safety         pants.
                                               training to share with their students.     • Conducted 28 line of sight inspections
                                             • Collaborated with community groups to        and provided instructions on corrective
                                               offer free swim lessons to children.         actions needed to comply with the ordi-
                                             • In cooperation with the Community            nance.
                                               Services Division, developed an out-       • Disseminated “Slow Down” signs to

       Florence H. Dukes
                                               reach program to educate students and        elected officials, city residents and com-
                                               the community on the danger of               munity organizations.
               Safety Director
                                               firearms.                                  • Set up the speed display board in desig-
   The Safety Division is charged with
                                             • Provided car seat installations and pre-     nated areas of the City of Milwaukee,
overseeing a variety of programs to
                                               sentations on seat belt safety.              upon request.
enhance traffic and pedestrian safety and
educate the community in matters related     • Coordinated the “Annual International
to public and personal safety. Some of the     Walk Our Children To School Day” at
accomplishments for 2006 are as follows:       Guadalupe Elementary School.




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                                    Administration Bureau
                                             Community Services Division
                                              The Community Services Division devel-         • Developed crime trend and safety alerts
                                           ops and implements strategies to prevent            for the community.
                                           crime in the city. This effort includes coordi-   • Maintained the “Catch Auto Thieves”
                                           nating the Police Athletic League, a citywide       program registrations.
                                           block watch program, preparing crime trend
                                                                                             • Attended 343 community meetings and
                                           bulletins, and coordinating with district com-
                                                                                               hosted several crime prevention confer-
                                           munity liaison officers. The Division also
                                                                                               ences.
                                           coordinates the Explorer Scout and Police
                                           Auxiliary programs. Noteworthy accomplish-        • Responded to 22 homicides with
                                           ments in 2006 include:                              Community Liaison Officers and the
                                                                                               Community Partner Organization.
                                           • Recruited 35 new police auxiliaries.

         Gregory Moore
                                           • Translated 33 brochures into Spanish.
                                           • Collaborated with members of the
             Captain of Police
                                             Hmong community who participated in
                                             the Citizen’s Academy.




                                                     Personnel Division
                                           Payroll Section. The following are some           reports and 900 Worker’s Compensation
                                           of Personnel’s accomplishments in 2006:           reports. It also reviewed and processed 700
                                           • Processed over 50 promotions.                   requests for leave under the Family Medical
                                                                                             Leave Act, as well as maternity, childrearing
                                           • Processed 200 records requests and
                                                                                             and unpaid medical leaves of absence.
                                             employment verifications.
                                                                                             Payroll Section
                                           • Assisted in the selection process for the
                                             Open Records Section and Police                    The Payroll Section oversees a $150 mil-
                                             Service Specialist-Investigator positions.      lion dollar budget and administers the pay
                                                                                             for over 2,600 employees of the
                                           • Coordinated three police officer
                                                                                             Milwaukee Police Department. In 2006, the
                                             recruit classes.
                                                                                             personnel assigned to Payroll coordinated

        Valarie Williams
                                           • Facilitated 38 Applicant Review                 the transportation of approximately 10,000
                                             Committees to review the applica-               overtime cards for input into the On-Line
          Personnel Administrator            tions for both civilian and police posi-        Time Entry System, conducted several
                                             tions.                                          salary and overtime audits, completed over
   The Personnel Division is responsible
for the administration of personnel,       • Published numerous orders, memos,               3,000 payroll adjustments, and processed
ensuring that the provisions of various      directives and postings.                        225 separations. They are currently gearing
labor contracts covering Department                                                          up to get the Department enrolled in an
                                           Medical Section
members are complied with and other                                                          employee self service system, which will
                                              The Medical Section monitors the status        allow Department employees to access
duties as may be prescribed by the
                                           of personnel on sick or injury leave and          their personal information, paycheck infor-
Chief of Police. The Division is com-
                                           maintains medical records. In 2006, the           mation, and benefit information from their
prised of the Medical Section and
                                           Section processed 7,000 sick and injured          home computer.




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                                   Administration Bureau
                                                      Central Records Division
                                                 • The Word Processing Unit transcribed      Open Records Section
                                                   264,251 minutes of dictations resulting      The Open Records Section is responsi-
                                                   in 22,797 various incident reports.       ble for the compilation, review and dis-
                                                 • 121,000 ARS records were reviewed,        semination of Department records as man-
                                                   approved and transferred to RMS.          dated by the Wisconsin State Statutes
                                                 • The Telephone Reporting Unit handled      pursuant to the Open Records Law. In
                                                   17,364 calls for service.                 2006, the Section processed 28,307
                                                                                             requests resulting in the release of
                                                 • 4,966 new missing person records were     112,779 records.
                                                   processed through CIB/NCIC.
                                                                                             Traffic Records Section
                                                 • 1,028 fire reports were processed

   Anthony R. Hendricks
                                                                                                In 2006, the Traffic Records Section pro-
                                                 • 833 sudden death reports were processed   vided courteous and prompt service to the
                                                 • 1,476 sick and injured reports were       public regarding all traffic and court proce-
               Captan of Police
                                                   processed.                                dures, including parking, traffic, municipal
    The Central Records Division is respon-                                                  citations, information on the registration of
                                                    Also, in 2006, the FBI conducted a
sible for the gathering and storage of all                                                   vehicles, operators licenses and traffic
                                                 TIME system audit of the stolen vehicle
reports, correspondence, and other data as                                                   law. This year, the Section processed
                                                 and missing person’s records maintained
it relates to criminal activity. It is also                                                  92,851 traffic citations. In addition, the
                                                 by the Records Management personnel.
responsible for maintaining all records                                                      Wisconsin Department of Transportation
                                                 Stolen vehicle records were error free,
relating to traffic accidents and adminis-                                                   provided the Department with the TraCS
                                                 while only two errors (which were not the
tering compliance with the Wisconsin                                                         Program, which allows our officers to elec-
                                                 fault of Records Management personnel)
State Statutes relative to access to                                                         tronically issue and process traffic cita-
                                                 were located in the missing persons file.
records in the custody of the Department.                                                    tions. To date, 264 citations have been
                                                 This is a remarkable achievement for an
It is comprised of the Records                                                               issued using this system.
                                                 agency of our size.
Management Section, Open Records
Section, and the Traffic Records Section.
Records Management Section
   In 2006, the Records Management
Section completed the Department wide
conversion to the Tiburon Automated
Reporting System (ARS) and Records
Management System (RMS). This system
provides all Department members with
immediate, desktop access to all incident
reports. In addition, an online reporting sys-
tem, CopLogic, became available to the
general public on a limited basis and was
used to report 226 incidents. The following
are some of the other accomplishments of
the Section in 2006:




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                        Administration Bureau
                               Communications Division
                              The Communications Division is               • Dispatched 297,286 calls for service.
                           responsible for providing prompt and            • Conducted a full-scale activation of the
                           proper handling of all Department com-            Emergency Operations Center following
                           munications by telephone, teletype and            the explosion at the Falk Corporation.
                           other means. The Division is also respon-
                                                                           • Purchased and installed an electronic
                           sible for dispatching squads and providing
                                                                             message board for the 9-1-1 center.
                           service to other city, county, state and fed-
                           eral emergency radio communications             • Developed a Tactical Interoperable
                           through the facilities of the Milwaukee           Communication Plan that is required by
                           Police Department. The following are              the Urban Area Security Initiative-
                           some of the accomplishments of the                Office of Domestic Preparedness.
                           Division in 2006:

Andra P. Williams
                                                                           • Converted the Department’s phone sys-
                                                                             tem from analog to digital, thus match-
    Captain of Police
                                                                             ing the city's system.



                                 Data Services Division
                              The Data Services Division is respon-          mainframe.
                           sible for the effective and efficient man-      • Assisted in the move of equipment for
                           agement of the Department’s data com-             the Background Investigation Unit from
                           munications and information system.               the Police Administration Building to
                           Personnel assigned to the Division man-           the Police Academy.
                           age all Departmental computer produc-
                           tion systems and provide technical sup-         • New printer deployment in all booking
                           port to all Department members. In addi-          areas, district console areas, and dis-
                           tion, Data Services provides technical            trict Captain’s offices.
                           computer interface support of MPD sys-          • New Records Management system
                           tems to the Federal Bureau of                     PC’s were deployed at all district sta-
                           Investigation, National Crime Information         tions, the Criminal Investigation

 Darryl Winston
                           Center, Wisconsin Crime Information               Bureau, Vice Control Division and the
                           Bureau, Department of Transportation              Intelligence Division.
    Captain of Police
                           and the Criminal Justice Information            • Department wide training was offered
                           System. The following are some of the             on the Records Management System.
                           accomplishments of the Division in 2006:
                           • Decommissioned the Legacy IBM




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                                      Administration Bureau
                                                     Identification Division
                                              records. The following are some of the           were processed and identified.
                                              accomplishments of the Division in 2006:       • The photo lab processed, entered and
                                              • The conversion from film to digital            filed digital images for 19,696 inci-
                                                crime scene photos was completed and           dents.
                                                an interface was established to allow        • The fingerprints on 408 disputed munic-
                                                authorized Department personnel to             ipal citations were compared, resulting
                                                view crimes scene photos via the               in 36 instances in which someone other
                                                Department web browser.                        than the defendant was identified.
                                              • The Morpho Automated Fingerprint             • 1,226 surveillance tapes were
                                                Identification System was upgraded to          processed, compared to 1,113 in 2005
                                                enhance the Division’s ability to identify     and 739 in 2004.

            Diana Rowe
                                                latent prints.
                                                                                             • 3,568 persons were fingerprinted for
                                              • 15,654 calls for service were answered.        licensing requirements.
              Captain of Police
                                              • 5,586 latent cases were assigned to
   The Identification Division has three        incidents. Fingerprint evidence was
main areas of responsibility: the detec-        recovered in 2,738 of the cases and
tion, preservation and collection of physi-     1,374 persons were identified from the
cal evidence; the analysis, evaluation and      recovered latent impressions.
comparison of recovered evidence; and
                                              • The fingerprints of 38,604 prisoners
the maintenance of criminal history



                                                 Facilities Services Division
                                              • Installed a new boiler at District Five.     • The sixth floor of the Police
                                              • Installed LED lighting into Department         Administration Building’s east end
                                                vehicles to increase their visibility and      was remodeled and is currently home
                                                provide officer safety.                        to the Vice Control Division.

                                              • Renovations were completed at the            • 74 new vehicles were purchased.
                                                District Two police station, which           • The Printing and Stores Section con-
                                                included new windows and roof,                 tinues to print for other city depart-
                                                wheelchair accessibility ramps and             ments including the Department of
                                                utility and heating/air-conditioning           Administration, Deferred
                                                upgrades.                                      Compensation, the Milwaukee Fire
                                              • Court ordered restitution for damages          Department, the Treasurer’s Office and

           Gordon Gregg
                                                to police equipment and property               the Election Commission.
                                                amounted to $272,506. The actual col-
          Buildings & Fleet Manager
                                                lected amount returned to the city’s
   The Facilities Services Division is          general fund was $170,402.
responsible for providing maintenance of      • The fuel-efficient Ford Focus was pur-
equipment and facilities, as well as the        chased for use by the Community
administration and record keeping asso-         Services Division and the Safety
ciated with our vehicle fleet. The follow-      Commission.
ing are some of the Division’s accom-         • $80,000.00 was saved by outsourcing
plishments in 2006:                             police vehicle set-ups.

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                                             Patrol Bureau

                                             The Patrol Bureau is comprised of Planning
                                             and Operations, the seven police districts, and
                                             the Patrol Support Division. The function of
                                             the Bureau is to provide for the preservation
                                             of public peace, the protection of life and
                                             property, the detection and apprehension of
                                             persons engaging in illegal activity and the
                                             enforcement of all laws and ordinances.


         Dale T. Schunk
                                                                                 Patrol Support
                                             crowd control at large events and partici-     ulations and escort stranded boats back
           Deputy Chief of Police
                                             pates in public relations demonstrations.      to safe harbor, but they also monitor our
              Patrol Bureau
                                             In 2006, the Mounted Patrol performed          local waterways as part of anti-terrorism
                                             over 5,000 hours of service at special         efforts.
                                             events.                                           The Underwater Investigation Unit
                                                The officers assigned to the Motorcycle     played an intricate part in the search for
                                             Unit are an effective means of traffic and     two missing juvenile this spring. As a
                                             crowd control during large events. In          result of this tragic situation, many
                                             2006, they facilitated pedestrian and traf-    Milwaukee area businesses, citizens
                                             fic control at 147 special events. They        and local government entities collabo-
                                             also investigate motor vehicle accidents       rated and raised over $29,000 to start a
                                             citywide and excel at enforcement of traf-     “Learn to Swim” program, which pro-
                                             fic laws.                                      vides free swimming lessons to inner
                                                                                            city youth. 388 youth took advantage of

           David Vahl
                                                The members of the Tactical
                                             Enforcement Unit are highly trained offi-      this program in 2006, and hopefully,
                                             cers who assist the patrol force. In           many more children will benefit from
              Captain of Police                                                             this program in the future.
                                             addition to conducting search warrants,
  David Vahl was the commanding offi-        they are trained to handle subjects with          The Accident Reconstruction Unit is
cer of the Patrol Support Division during    weapons and barricaded persons. They           comprised of specially trained investiga-
2006.                                        can respond rapidly to violent crime           tors that are able to reconstruct the
   The Patrol Support Division consists of   offenses throughout the city. They             dynamics of an accident to determine pre-
all the “specialists” in uniform. They are   recently won the bid to host the 24th          impact speeds of the vehicles, as well as
diverse in their functions and are           Annual National Tactical Officers              pre and post crash events based on physi-
deployed throughout the city, freeing up     Association Tactical Operations                cal evidence. This year, they conducted
district personnel for other duties.         Conference to be held in Milwaukee             186 fatal or serious traffic accident inves-
  Among one of the most visible units in     during 2007.                                   tigations. They also investigated an addi-
Patrol Support are the police officers and      The Harbor Patrol Unit is made up of 12     tional 367 hit and run accidents, clearing
horses assigned to the Mounted Patrol.       officers that patrol Milwaukee’s navigable     318 of them. In addition to their regular
They have become a familiar sight down-      waterways on three boats between               day-to-day assignments, the Accident
town, near Marquette University and in       March and October. Not only do members         Reconstruction Unit assisted the Criminal
the Historic Third Ward, as they perform     of the Unit conduct search and rescue          Investigation Unit with numerous investi-
patrol duties. The Unit also conducts        operations, ticket violators of boating reg-   gations, including the Falk explosion.


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                                            Patrol Bureau
                                                 Planning and Operations
   Planning and Operations is responsi-     These events include Brewer home             various other special events. The
ble for the planning, logistics and         games, Summerfest, U.S. Bank fire-           Division planned and arranged police
staffing of police personnel for all spe-   works, presidential motorcades, the eth-     coverage for 159 special events and
cial events in the City of Milwaukee.       nic festivals, parades, runs/walks and       1,006 daily events throughout 2006.

                                                          District One
                                            dences. It has a large commuter popula-         The Court Administration Section is
                                            tion and is the cultural magnet of arts      located in District One. It is responsible
                                            and entertainment. The downtown area         for processing and handling state mis-
                                            has a reputation for being an extremely      demeanor cases at the District
                                            safe and friendly area within the City of    Attorneys office, processing municipal
                                            Milwaukee.                                   citations through Municipal Court and
                                               During 2006, the dedicated men and        monitoring the Department personnel
                                            women of District One continued to           and resources relating to the multi level
                                            maintain the high quality of life in the     judicial system.
                                            downtown area and ensured an orderly
                                            and safe environment for those who

          Linda Haynes
                                            work, shop, and visit the area. This ded-
                                            ication resulted in a fifty percent reduc-
              Captain of Police             tion in burglaries to businesses in the
                                            downtown area. District One personnel
  In 2006, the commander of District        also provided safety and security for
One was Captain Linda Haynes.               several major conventions that were
  District One provides police service to   held this year, including those of the

                                                                                            District One / Police
the vital downtown area. The area is        National Rifle Association and the

                                                                                           Administration Building
home to many commercial enterprises,        League of United Latin Nations.
government buildings and private resi-




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                                              Patrol Bureau
                                                             District Two
                                              Milwaukee. Among some of the areas of
                                              interest in District Two are the Caesar
                                              Chavez Drive area, which is enjoying a
                                              resurgence in business and home invest-
                                              ment; Mitchell Street, home to many retail
                                              institutions, among them the famous
                                              Goldman’s Department Store, and the his-
                                              toric Bay View neighborhood. The Third

                                                                                                            District Two
                                              Ward borders the District and is also
                                              responsible for some of the renewed inter-
                                              est in the area.                                   245 W. Lincoln Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53207



         Eduardo Negron
                                                 During 2006, District Two was home to          personnel assigned to District Two due to
                                              many church festivals, the South Shore            the major renovation taking place in the
                                              Water Frolics, and the annual fireworks on        station. Although this work temporarily dis-
              Captain of Police
                                              July 3rd, which brought large crowds and          placed the workers, it did not affect their
  In 2006, the commander of District Two
                                              traffic to the lakefront. District Two officers   commitment and dedication to the commu-
was Captain Eduardo Negron.
                                              met the challenge; the public enjoyed a           nity they serve. The renovation was finally
   District two abuts beautiful Lake          spectacular display and were able to go           completed in May and is a showcase to
Michigan and is home to one of the most       home safe and happy.                              the hardworking men and women of
diverse populations in the city of                                                              District Two.
                                                2006 was an interesting year for the

                                                            District Three
                                              the sale of drug paraphernalia at small,
                                              neighborhood grocery stores. A two-officer
                                              foot patrol was deployed in the Metcalfe
                                              Park neighborhood, which is currently
                                              undergoing economic redevelopment. The
                                              early feedback on this new foot patrol has
                                              been positive. Also, Captain Harpole has
                                              started a much publicized neighborhood
                                              walk initiative that encourages community-
                                              based organizations to sponsor regular
                                              walks with the police and community.

                                                                                                            District Three
                                              These walks include squad officers, com-

          James Harpole
                                              munity liaison officers, community prosecu-
                                              tion team members, the District Three              2333 North 49th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53210
              Captain of Police
                                              community prosecutor, patrol sergeants,           tion, curfew violations, and alcohol relat-
  In 2006, Captain James Harpole was the      lieutenants and the Captain. Six neighbor-        ed offenses. These meeting are attended
commanding officer of District Three.         hoods have now started their own regular          by the Captain, the Community Liaison
   Within the boundaries of District Three    monthly walks.                                    Officer and the community prosecutor and
are many different and diverse neighbor-         In 2006, District Three also established       his team. Remedies to cure the nuisances
hoods, each with its own challenges.          regular monthly meetings with owners of           are discussed at these meetings and fol-
Captain Harpole and his officers met these    some of the most problematic properties           low up meetings are scheduled to ensure
challenges through a variety of innovative    in the district. This has proven to be an         compliance with abatement efforts.
techniques. District Three implemented a      effective tool in clearing up neighborhood
“Corner Grocery Store” initiative to target   nuisances, such as drug activity, prostitu-

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                                          Patrol Bureau
                                                         District Four
                                          which was in effect during the                 captains and the difference block
                                          Christmas holiday, officers patrolled          watches have made in the community.
                                          area shopping centers and businesses.            District Four, along with the
                                          This resulted in a safer environment for       Havenswoods Economic Development
                                          holiday shoppers, as well as the arrest        Corporation, hosted the 2006 National
                                          of 45 subjects.                                Night out on August 1, 2006. The event
                                             Twenty commercial businesses were           was an unparalleled success with well
                                          integrated into existing neighborhood          over 600 citizens in attendance. The
                                          block watches. These businesses assist-        National Night Out resulted in strength-
                                          ed the block watches and law enforce-          ened neighborhood spirit and police/
                                          ment by providing information on critical      community partnership.

           Eric Moore
                                          issues as well as improving and sus-
                                          taining public safety. The success of
             Captan of Police             this integration has far exceeded the
                                          expectations of the affected block
  In 2006, Captain Eric Moore was the
                                          watches and businesses.
commanding officer of District Four.
                                             Chief Hegerty, along with area
   Several Directed Patrol Missions, or
                                          Aldermen and a representative from
DPM’s, were initiated in 2006 to
                                          Mayor Barrett’s office met with block

                                                                                                     District Four
address citizen concerns. Officers
                                          watch captains during an informal
involved in the Summer Violent Crime
                                          meeting hosted by District Four. The
DPM arrested almost 300 subjects.                                                         6929 W. Silver Spring Dr., Milwaukee, WI 53218
                                          purpose of the meeting was to recog-
During the Holiday Presence DPM,
                                          nize the dedication of the block watch




                                                         District Five
                                              Although there are many dedicated offi-    age drinking and noise nuisance were
                                          cers assigned to District Five, several late   some of the areas of concern that were
                                          shift officers have been working extremely     addressed. This program was such a suc-
                                          hard to fight crime. These officers are        cess that it will continue into 2007 and an
                                          responsible for the seizure of almost 50       additional intern will be added.
                                          firearms and 70 felony arrests, including a
                                          suspect wanted for homicide.
                                             One of the busiest areas for the officers
                                          of District Five has been the neighborhood
                                          surrounding UW-Milwaukee, which has
                                          become home to many of the UW students

      Michael S. Massa
                                          who chose to live off campus. This year, a
                                          Field Intern Program was started at UWM
             Captain of Police            to evaluate and develop strategies to

                                                                                                      District Five
                                          improve relations between students that
   In 2006, Captain Michael Massa was
                                          live off campus and the residents in the
the commander of District Five.
                                          area. Quality of life issues such as under-      2920 North 4th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53212


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                                          Patrol Bureau
                                                         District Six
                                             During 2006, District Six was awarded a
                                          Weed and Seed grant for the Historic
                                          Clarke Square Neighborhood. The grant
                                          resulted from the efforts of interested citi-
                                          zens, government agencies, and District
                                          Six personnel. There is every indication
                                          that this grant will result in a reduction of
                                          crime in the area and an improvement in

                                                                                                       District Six
                                          the quality of life for everyone.
                                             Police Officer Charles Roessler,              3006 South 27th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53215
                                          assigned to District Six day shift, was

          Gary Meyer
                                          the recipient of the American Legion
                                          Law Enforcement Officer of the Year in
            Captain of Police             2006. This national award recognized
  In 2006, Captain Gary Meyer was the     Officer Roessler for his years of service
commanding officer of District Six.       to the Milwaukee Police Department as
                                          well as many hours of volunteer work.




                                                       District Seven
                                          meetings and presentations attended by
                                          members of District Seven.
                                             During a summer-long collaborative
                                          effort by Fox 6 and the Milwaukee Police
                                          Department, 35 new block watch groups
                                          were started in District Seven alone.
                                             The Fourth Annual Youth Leadership

                                                                                                     District Seven
                                          Conference was held in April and was
                                          attended by 420 middle school aged
                                          children. The conference featured work-         3626 W. Fond Du Lac Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53216
                                          shops on drugs and alcohol abuse, peer
                                                                                          from being resold if stolen.

        Donald Gaglione
                                          mediation, sexual assault, as well as a
                                          myriad of other topics. This event                District Seven’s auxiliary officers vol-
             Captain of Police            proves its success as it continues to           unteered over 1,200 hours to the com-
  In 2006, Captain Donald Gaglione        grow each year.                                 munity throughout the year and were
was the commanding officer of District                                                    named the Auxiliary Unit of the year in
                                             District Seven, along with Liberty
Seven.                                                                                    April, 2006.
                                          Mutual Insurance and St. Josephs
  Throughout the year, there were         Hospital, offered a program to 60 auto-            District Seven hosted their National
many notable efforts from members of      mobile owners to etch their vehicle’s           Night Out celebration in August in
the community to work with the depart-    identification number onto the auto’s           Dineen Park. Although it was well over
ment to improve the quality of life for   windows. This crime prevention method           100 degrees that evening, almost 600
everyone. Among some of the efforts       is designed to help prevent a car from          citizens from the area came out to
worth recognizing are the over 450        being stolen and to prevent the vehicle         attend the event.


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                        Investigation
               Criminal Investigation Bureau
                          The Criminal Investigation Bureau is comprised
                          of the Homicide, Crimes Against Persons, Crimes
                          Against Property, Intelligence, Sensitive Crimes
                          and Vice Control Divisions. The Bureau investi-
                          gates and manages criminal cases in the city of
                          Milwaukee.
                                                            Homicide Division
                            Captain David Zibolski was the com-        her small children, and the murder of a

Brian O’Keefe
                          manding officer of the Homicide Division     delivery person in the Riverwest area.
                          during 2006.                                 With the assistance of other units in the
 Deputy Chief of Police
                             In 2006, the Homicide Division investi-   Department, these homicides were
                          gated 103 homicides, which was a 16%         solved and arrests made, relieving anxi-
                          decrease from 2005. Seventy-four homi-       ety in the community.
                          cides were cleared, for a clearance rate        Recent advances in technology and
                          of 71.8%, up from 71.3% the previous         forensic science have provided detectives
                          year. The Division worked cooperatively      with new tools to help with investiga-
                          with the Milwaukee Homicide Review           tions. A new plotter was purchased
                          Commission to identify causal factors in     enabling the printing of diagrams. Also,
                          homicides and prevent future offenses.       several members of the Division have
                             2006 was a challenge for the Division     attended seminars to further their knowl-
                          with several high profile homicides          edge of biological evidence and impart
                          receiving attention from the public and      the knowledge gained to other members.

Edward Liebrecht
                          the media. These cases involved a double
                          homicide in South Shore Park, a triple
   Inspector of Police    homicide involving a young mother and




 Michael Dubis                 Christopher Domagalski                            David Zibolski
   Captain of Police                    Captain of Police                           Captain of Police


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                      Investigation
             Criminal Investigation Bureau




                      Crimes Against Persons Division
                        Captain Darlene Jenkins was the com-             Detectives recovered and processed a
                      manding officer of the Crimes Against           large number of robbery offense video
                      Persons Division in 2006.                       surveillance recordings, which were then
                         There were several high profile incidents    released to the media to help identify sus-
                      during the year that were investigated by       pects responsible for the robberies. In
                      the Division’s personnel. One involved an       addition, robbery detectives lectured at
                      incident in which shots were fired into the     seminars for employees of financial insti-
                      home of a witness who testified during a        tutions and worked cooperatively with
                      homicide trial. The investigation took sever-   suburban police agencies on multi-juris-
                      al months, but resulted in charges being        dictional robberies.
                      issued against the suspect by the District

Darlene Jenkins
                      Attorney’s Office.

  Captain of Police

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                                 Investigation
                        Criminal Investigation Bureau
                                      Crimes Against Property Division
                                         The High Technology Unit investi-        salvage dealers. In December, 2006, as
                                      gates computer crimes, including inter-     a result of joint efforts with Districts
                                      net predators and financial crimes. In      Four and Seven, several salvage opera-
                                      cooperation with the FBI, several suc-      tions were ticketed for violations of the
                                      cessful investigations resulted in the      junk dealers and collectors regulations.
                                      arrest and prosecution of adults who           The White Collar Crimes Unit has
                                      attempted to meet with children for the     experienced an increased workload as
                                      purpose of facilitating sexual contact      identity theft has become more prevalent.
                                      and/or possession of child pornography.     Unit personnel have held meetings with
                                         The Auto Squad has purchased a           other agencies to investigate the forma-
                                      wireless Automatic Vehicle Security and     tion of a task force to address this

       James C. Shepard
                                      Location System (AVSL). This system         multi-jurisdictional problem.
                                      will be installed in a “bait car”, which       The Fire Investigation Unit personnel
             Captain of Police        will be placed in an area experiencing a    have attended training with the
  Captain James Shepard was the       high number of auto thefts. Once the        National Fire Academy and other cours-
commanding officer of the Crimes      vehicle is taken, it can be traced and      es during 2006. As a result of this train-
Against Property Division in 2006.    when the time is appropriate, the vehi-     ing, the investigators assigned to the
                                      cle is disabled and the suspect taken       Unit have increased their expertise and
                                      into custody.                               improved their professionalism.
                                        The Recovered Property Unit investi-
                                      gates second dealer transactions and




                                          Sensitive Crimes Division
                                         The Sensitive Crimes Division is         Bureau of Milwaukee Child Welfare, the
                                      responsible for the investigation of sex-   District Attorney’s Office, Milwaukee
                                      ual assaults, crimes against children,      Public Schools and the Health
                                      domestic violence related crimes and        Department to share information
                                      truancy. The Division currently has 14      regarding any documented history on
                                      police officers and detectives trained in   victims or suspects that will assist in
                                      conducting advanced forensic inter-         criminal investigations.
                                      views. Due to the exceptional working
                                      relationship with the Child Protection
                                      Center, members of the Sensitive
                                      Crimes Division have been allowed

        Debra Davidoski
                                      access to their facilities after hours to
                                      conduct video taped forensic interviews
             Captain of Police        of child victims. In 2006, the Milwaukee
   Captain Debra Davidoski was the    County Child Neglect Protocol was also
commanding officer of the Sensitive   finalized. This protocol is based on col-
Crimes Division In 2006.              laboration between the Department,


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                                Investigation
                       Criminal Investigation Bureau
                                           Intelligence Division
                                     Captain Michael Young was the com-                eration amongst the various units of the
                                   manding officer of the Intelligence                 Department and other agencies.
                                   Division in 2006.                                      A new cooperative effort was formed
                                      2006 was a successful year for the               in 2006 called the Southeastern
                                   Intelligence Division. There was an                 Wisconsin Terrorism Alert Center (STAC).
                                   increase in the amount of seizures and              STAC allows members of the Milwaukee
                                   arrests made during the year as well as a           Police Department, the Milwaukee Fire
                                   substantial increase in the number of               Department, the Milwaukee Health
                                   search warrants served.                             Department, the Milwaukee County
                                      Four major street gangs were disman-             Sheriffs Department, the State of
                                   tled in 2006; the Murda-Mob, 2-6 Vice               Wisconsin Department of Justice and the

      Michael D. Young
                                   Lords, 1st and Keefe Vice Lords, and the            FBI to collaborate regarding terrorism and
                                   Simon City Royals. The members of these             crime related incidents. The purpose of
            Captain of Police      gangs were arrested and prosecuted as a             the exchange of information is the pro-
                                   result of diligent investigations and coop-         tection of the citizens we serve.

                                                                     Vice Control Division
                                     Captain Timothy Burkee was the com-                  A detective was assigned to the
                                   manding officer of the Vice Control                 Human Trafficking Task Force thanks to a
                                   Division in 2006.                                   federal grant. The detective assigned to
                                      The Vice Control Division participated           this task force also conducts awareness
                                   in a large investigation in conjunction             training for other Department members.
                                   with a federal agency involving the drug               The Vice Control Division moved into
                                   “ecstasy”. As a result of the investigation,        re-designed space on the sixth floor of
                                   over 2,400 grams of ecstasy were seized             the Police Administration Building in


        Timothy Burkee
                                   (which is an increase of more than 350%             December, 2006. The remodeling is a
                                   from 2005.) There also were increased               much-needed improvement to the work
            Captain of Police      seizures of heroin, methamphetamine,                environment and appears to have had a
                                   and other drugs.                                    positive effect on the staff, improving
                                                                                       effectiveness and efficiency.

                                      HIDTA (High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area) MMDEG (Milwaukee Metropolitan Drug Enforcement Group)
                                      The HIDTA and MMDEG programs pro-                ation among the various criminal justice
                                   vide state and federal funding to facilitate        entities and has proven to be efficient
                                   the collaboration of local, state and feder-        in prosecuting suspects.
                                   al law enforcement agencies to investi-                The MMDEG is a task force made up
                                   gate drug trafficking organizations, gangs          of officers from the Milwaukee County
                                   and violent crimes. HIDTA provides intel-           Sheriff's Office, West Allis Police
                                   ligence and technological support to the            Department, Milwaukee Police
                                   investigations.                                     Department, South Milwaukee Police

        Gregory Habeck
                                      The HIDTA program has located pros-              Department, Glendale Police
                                   ecutors for the District Attorney and               Department, and the Milwaukee County
            Captain of Police
                                   U.S. Attorneys offices in the same                  District Attorney's Office. The duties of
  Captain Gregory Habeck was the
                                   offices as law enforcement personnel.               the MMDEG are to investigate drug
commanding officer of HIDTA and
                                   This approach has lead to more cooper-              crimes in the Milwaukee County area.
MMDEG in 2006.
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                            Citations
            “SERVICE ABOVE AND BEYOND THE CALL OF DUTY”



In 2006 the following Milwaukee Police Department members were awarded a

          Chief’s Superior Achievement Award
                              Sergeant James Bunker
                          Police Officer Ricardo Cardenas
                           Police Officer Michael Hayden
                         Police Officer Rolando Hernandez
                           Police Officer Timothy Leitzke
                         Police Officer Christopher Martin
                           Police Officer Manuel Molina
                           Police Officer James Swiercz
                             Police Officer Robert Thiel
                           Police Officer William Wilson



                        Class C Citation
                           Police Officer Michael DeNomie
                       Lieutenant of Detectives Michael Dubis



                        Class D Citation
                           Police Officer Michael Cameron
                             Police Officer David Letteer
                          Police Officer Christopher Martin
                             Police Officer Cullan Smith
                           Lieutenant of Police Kim Stack
                              Sergeant Dennis Trzcinski




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  Crime Statistics




PROPERTY STOLEN BY CLASSIFICATION




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Crime Statistics




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                                                     2006 Annual Report Committee Members

Sergeant Aimee Obregon ..........................................................................................................................................................Articles
Sergeant Aimee Obregon ...........................................................................................................................................................Graphs
Data Services Section ..................................................................................................................................................Statistical Data
Printing Supervisor Raymond C. Oelke .........................................................................................................................Print Supervisor
Graphic Designer II Diane F. Lardinois .....................................................................................................................Design and Layout
Production Designer William R. Bono ...................................................................................................................................Production

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