MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Common Council on Tuesday, October 11th approved legislation that will enshrine as law the City of Milwaukee’s practice of eliminating questions about prior criminal history from applications for employment with the city — according to a statement from a spokesman for the council. 223 more words
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More officers, deputies, less GPS monitoring, review of pursuit policy among public safety recommendations
MILWAUKEE — Members of Milwaukee’s Common Council, including President Ashanti Hamilton on Tuesday afternoon, August 23rd unveiled a “public safety action plan” — including a series of recommendations intended to address Milwaukee’s violence epidemic, spelling out possible strategies for reducing crime. 1,469 more words
This morning a tall, lanky young black man came strolling down the street accompanied by a medium-size, non-discript black dog trotting around him. I was watching to see first, if it was indeed his and secondly to see if it was going to take a dump on the neighbor’s lawn. 97 more words
MILWAUKEE — City leaders on Thursday, May 26th announced a new initiative to clean up graffiti in Milwaukee.
It is an ongoing problem, but officials say it’s actually getting a bit better, and they want to keep that momentum going. 158 more words