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Good morning to all.  Despite the chilly weather, I hope everyone is enjoying their weekend.  This past Friday we had a ...
04/18/2021

Good morning to all. Despite the chilly weather, I hope everyone is enjoying their weekend. This past Friday we had a neighborhood walk on West Historic Mitchell St. Thank you to Nancy Bush of Historic Mitchell Street Business Improvement District #4 for hosting the walk. Captain Salazar was able to speak to a few owners and learn about their businesses. If you are interested in having a neighborhood walk in your neighborhood, please give us a call and we can schedule on in your area. You can call us at 935-7228 and ask for PO Acevedo or PO Contreras.

Help one of our local parks out! Let’s do our part! #keepitclean #mkepd #mpddistrict2 #Kozypark #community
04/16/2021

Help one of our local parks out! Let’s do our part! #keepitclean #mkepd #mpddistrict2 #Kozypark #community

Thank you to Amanda from Community Medical Services for dropping off lunch yesterday for our Officers. We appreciate you...
04/13/2021

Thank you to Amanda from Community Medical Services for dropping off lunch yesterday for our Officers. We appreciate your support! #mkepddistrict2 #mkepd #milwaukeecommunity

Thank you to Amanda from Community Medical Services for dropping off lunch yesterday for our Officers. We appreciate your support! #mkepddistrict2 #mkepd #milwaukeecommunity

Drug Take-Back this Saturday! Evento de Devolució Dr**as este Sabado!Please Share! Por favor comparte!
04/13/2021

Drug Take-Back this Saturday!

Evento de Devolució Dr**as este Sabado!

Please Share! Por favor comparte!

04/13/2021

Milwaukee Police Traffic Safety Unit is conducting High Visibility Enforcement on W. National Ave. from S. 1st St. to S. 39th St. from 3:00 p.m., to 7:00 p.m.! #SlowYourRoll and help keep #MKESafe #MPDTSU

Just a reminder that tomorrow is our D2 Crime & Safety Meeting at St. Augustine Preparatory Academy! See flyer for detai...
04/13/2021

Just a reminder that tomorrow is our D2 Crime & Safety Meeting at St. Augustine Preparatory Academy! See flyer for details.

Good Afternoon District Two Community! Please join us next Wednesday, April 21st at St. Augustine Preparatory Academy for our first in-person Crime & Safety meeting of the year. Space is limited and face masks are required! For those that can't make it, we will air it on Facebook. For questions, please call the CLO office at 414-935-7228. #mkepd #mkepddistrict2 #community #workingtogether

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04/10/2021

On Monday, Project Clean & Green begins with Zone 1. Residents in the red area can leave unwanted bulky items at their regular garbage collection point – either the curb or alley line – by 7 AM.
For accepted items and to verify your collection day by address. http://milwaukee.gov/cleanandgreen

It's that time again to make our neighborhood a little cleaner! #CSNI #Safeandsoundmke #southside #community
04/10/2021

It's that time again to make our neighborhood a little cleaner! #CSNI #Safeandsoundmke #southside #community

2021's Basura Trash Bash is underway! Join Safe & Sound alongside Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative as we work together to clean up Clarke Square Neighborhood block by block 💚💪💙
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9-10:30am Saturday, Arpil 10th & every 2nd Saturday of the month to follow 🙌
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Follow our Safe & Sound - Clarke Square page for updates weather updates! 🌦️

Project Clean & Green
04/08/2021
Project Clean & Green

Project Clean & Green

Information about the City of Milwaukee's Clean & Green program including a form to look up your Clean & Green week during program availability.

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04/06/2021

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Milwaukee Police Traffic Safety Unit is conducting High Visibility Enforcement on S. Layton Blvd. from the Domes to W. Howard Ave. from 7:00 p.m., to 11:00 p.m.! #SlowYourRoll and help keep #MKESafe #MPDTSU

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04/06/2021

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Milwaukee Police Traffic Safety Unit is conducting High Visibility Enforcement on W. Lapham from S. 1st St to S. 16th St. and from Lapham to W. Oklahoma Ave. from 3:00 p.m., to 7:00 p.m.! #SlowYourRoll and help keep #MKESafe #MPDTSU

04/04/2021

District 2 would like to wish everyone a Happy Easter. Hope everyone gets a chance to enjoy this beautiful day with loved ones.

District Two is proud to support Sexual Assault Awareness Month #SAMM and TeamTeal365 with “Painting The City Teal Day” ...
04/02/2021

District Two is proud to support Sexual Assault Awareness Month #SAMM and TeamTeal365 with “Painting The City Teal Day” on Friday, April 2, 2021. Working together we can empower, educate, advocate and support all survivors of sexual assault. #mkepd #MPDDistrict2 #TeamTeal365 #SAAM
For more information please visit www.nsvrc.org/saam

Auto thefts are on the rise again citywide. Here are some tips you can use to prevent your car from being stolen. #mkepd...
04/01/2021

Auto thefts are on the rise again citywide. Here are some tips you can use to prevent your car from being stolen. #mkepddistrict2 #mkepd #MKECommunity

Auto thefts are on the rise again citywide. Here are some tips you can use to prevent your car from being stolen. #mkepddistrict2 #mkepd #MKECommunity

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04/01/2021

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03/30/2021

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03/29/2021

#MKEPD Milwaukee Police are investigating a homicide that occurred on Monday, March 29, 2021, at approximately 05:05 a.m., on the 1100 block of S. 23rd Street. The victim, a 34-year-old man from Milwaukee, sustained fatal gunshot injuries and was pronounced deceased on the scene. The circumstances leading up to the shooting are under investigation. Milwaukee Police continue to seek unknown suspects.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Milwaukee Police at (414) 935-7360 or Crime Stoppers at (414) 224-TIPS or P3 Tips App for a cash reward.

Yesterday community organizations and residents from the Lincoln Village area had their Community Walk with Captain Sala...
03/27/2021

Yesterday community organizations and residents from the Lincoln Village area had their Community Walk with Captain Salazar. We like to thank Alderman Jose Perez, Safe & Sound, S.O.C, Lincoln Avenue Elementary School, 16th St. Community Clinic, Community Medical Services, and the Wisconsin Bike Fed for coming out. These community walks are another way to engage with the community and identify issues in the neighborhood. Let's continue to work together to make our streets safer. #mkepd #mkepddistrict2 #MKECommunity #workingtogether

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03/27/2021

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03/26/2021

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District Two would like to take this time to offer our condolences to the mother of Rafael Junior Gonzalez Garcia, who p...
03/24/2021

District Two would like to take this time to offer our condolences to the mother of Rafael Junior Gonzalez Garcia, who passed away this weekend, in a tragic house fire. District Two had the privilege of meeting Rafael at a community event hosted by WI FACETS and was excited to meet the police. Our thoughts and prayers are with his mother during this difficult time.

Photo taken: December 2017
#mkepddistrict2 #mkepd #MKECommunity

District Two would like to take this time to offer our condolences to the mother of Rafael Junior Gonzalez Garcia, who passed away this weekend, in a tragic house fire. District Two had the privilege of meeting Rafael at a community event hosted by WI FACETS and was excited to meet the police. Our thoughts and prayers are with his mother during this difficult time.

Photo taken: December 2017
#mkepddistrict2 #mkepd #MKECommunity

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03/24/2021

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UPDATE!!! Lucas has been found safe! Thank you for your help. 🐶 😊 🔊 LOST DOG 🐶 PLEASE SHAREPlease help one of your neigh...
03/23/2021

UPDATE!!! Lucas has been found safe! Thank you for your help. 🐶 😊

🔊 LOST DOG 🐶 PLEASE SHARE

Please help one of your neighbors find their precious dog name LUCAS. He was last seen Monday 03/22/21 at 11:00 AM in the 2500 block of S. 28th St. If found, you can call or text 414-628-3682 or District 2 at 414-935-7222. Thank you!

UPDATE!!! Lucas has been found safe! Thank you for your help. 🐶 😊

🔊 LOST DOG 🐶 PLEASE SHARE

Please help one of your neighbors find their precious dog name LUCAS. He was last seen Monday 03/22/21 at 11:00 AM in the 2500 block of S. 28th St. If found, you can call or text 414-628-3682 or District 2 at 414-935-7222. Thank you!

District 2 would like to thank La Comunidad Mke for inviting us to their first clean up of the year.  A special thanks t...
03/20/2021

District 2 would like to thank La Comunidad Mke for inviting us to their first clean up of the year. A special thanks to all the residents who came from different neighborhoods to help clean up Muskego Way Neighborhood. It was a perfect day for a clean up.

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03/20/2021
TSU - High Visibility Enforcement

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Milwaukee Police Traffic Safety Unit is conducting High Visibility Enforcement on W. National Ave from S. 1st St. to S. 39th St. from 3:00 p.m., to 7:00 p.m., today! #SlowYourRoll and help keep #MKESafe

03/18/2021

🚨Looking for a role that is both rewarding and challenging? Consider this great opportunity as a Community Service Officer for the Milwaukee Police Department! The Community Service Officer is a civilian employee who supports basic police operations by performing a variety of duties that do not require the attention of sworn personnel. Apply online at Milwaukee.gov/jobs by April 7, 2021! Don't miss your chance to make a difference to the community you live in!

03/17/2021
March Crime and Safety Meeting

Join us next week Wednesday, March, 17th, 2021 at 6:00pm for our Crime and Safety Meeting. Our special guest speaker will be UMOS Latina Resource Center

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03/16/2021

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Join us this Wednesday for our Live Crime & Safety meeting! Our guest speaker will be Cristal from the UMOS, Inc. Latina...
03/15/2021

Join us this Wednesday for our Live Crime & Safety meeting! Our guest speaker will be Cristal from the UMOS, Inc. Latina Resource Center. If you have any questions for Captain Salazar, please call District 2 CLO office at 414-935-7228. He will then answer your question during the meeting.

No olvides que nuestra reunión es este miércoles. Para mas information llame a 414-935-7228.

#mkepddistrict2 #mkepd #MKECommunity #UMOS

Welcome back to District 2 Sgt. Lemke!!!! Even though you were gone for just a brief moment, you were greatly missed!!!
03/15/2021

Welcome back to District 2 Sgt. Lemke!!!! Even though you were gone for just a brief moment, you were greatly missed!!!

Below was a letter received by the Captain of District One showing a Sergeant taking the extra time to help a citizen.

Dear Captain Campbell,

On this past Monday, March 1st, I drove down to Milwaukee from Hartford to photograph the Covid-19 flower memorial. I am having a photo exhibit at a local library, and wanted to take a photo of the flower memorial for the final photo in my exhibit.

I drove to the art museum, where the article that I read said that the exhibit was to be, but did not see any sign of it. I looked at the article and drove around the area quite a few times . . . still no sign of the exhibit.

My last attempt was driving near Harbor House, and as I approached I saw a police car parked in the lot near a group of people taking wedding photos.

I was quite fortunate to come upon Sgt. Lemke, as he was exceedingly kind. Not only did Sgt. Lemke ascertain where the exhibit was, but he had me follow him to the exact location!

Politics and social issues greatly interest me, and so I asked a few questions and Sgt. Lemke generously took a few moments to answer my questions and gave me insights to the current issues.

My mom was with me, and she has a bit of dementia. Sgt. Lemke took time to talk with her, which was certainly lovely.

I have told a great many friends about the exceedingly wonderful Sgt. Lemke, but wanted to make certain that you knew how taking a few minutes out of his day made my day exceptional!

More Sgt. Lemkes would change the world!

Sincerely,
Kate

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Please do not use this page to report a crime or request an officer. Contact MPD at (414) 933-4444. Nunca debe usar esta pagina para denunciar un delito o pedir la presencia de la policia. En aquellos casos, hay que llamar al 414-933-4444. TERM OF USE District Two Facebook presence is used to communicate items of interest to the community and highlight the men and women of our district, our activities and special events. As the owner of this site, District Two reserves the right to monitor and control all content. We welcome your comments, however comments of derogatory nature may be removed at the sole discretion of District Two. Comments containing innappropriate language or obscenity and those with harassing or threatening language will be removed and the user banned. Inappropriate posts may be reported as abuse under Facebook's terms of service.

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As a Thank You to our Tow Truck and Snow Plow drivers, stop in for a fresh, hot cup of coffee on US!! At Harbor Room
GOD BLESS & KEEP YOU SAFE DAILY....🚔
Called about a man who appeared despondent and was self harming and you responded quickly and with professionalism. Thank you, Officers!
Please help me find my girl. My sister boyfriend left the gate open and she got out around 4:30 on 10/21. She’s never been away from home like this. 😭😭😭😭
Does anyone know where I can pick up “slow down” signs? Want to put them up and down my street
I just want to say THANK YOU for all that you do to serve and protect the community. You are all value, honored and loved.
According to the law, spitting on someone is considered to be an offence of battery, under the common assault category of the Criminal Justice Act 1988. Is this true? If so a mother a who slapped her oldest son of age should’ve been incarcerated as well, even if she slapped him after him degrading her, stepping to her face and spitting at her? That’s his mother and he’s under her roof being disrespectful being a bad role model. He started the assault he’s a man stepping to his mother/women who was abused by men why would it be wrong for her not to feel threatened by his selfish actions towards a single mother of 5 kids. It’s wrong to assault someone but when your threatened of your personal space and being talked down on then spit at its wrong period especially a man to women/mother! If you get loud then spit at a cop what is that??? During this time with virus you would think that spitting and invading someone’s personal space is a very bad thing atm anyone would feel threatened‼️
Should people be reporting gatherings? Our building had a ton of parties this weekend. What restrictions are being enforced and how?
Friday February 21st I was arrested for asking two question to a city worker. Friday the 21st. I was going to McDonald's to get coffee around 5 a.m. I notice to city worker parking attendants giving out parking tickets. So I started it to document exercising the Free Press and by recording on the sidewalk the city worker asked me. What was I doing? I respond. To hell I am recording sir. I asked him. Can I get your name? He tells me no! And he is not going to give me his name. So I walked away to the second city worker. Me and the second city worker. Had a good conversation. She identify herself and she identified the second public servant his name and tells that he was her Lead And that she was on training. I told her thank you. We spoke about a minute. It was a very good conversation. I was walking away passing the second city worker. He was still recording me and tells me keep f****** walking. So I tell him sir. You do not have the right to tell me to keep walking. He started to call 911. I was still recording. And I can hear what he was saying to 911. He told them that I was. Harassing threatening and following though. The officers drove up officer Hayes approached me and asked me what happened. I tell him. I am exercising my constitutional right? And I tell him what happened. Then I asked officer Hayes am I being detained or am I free to go officer Hayes tells me. No, I am not the detain. and yes. I am free to go. I started to walk away when officer Benitez asks officer Hayes. Did he get my ID officer Hayes Tells officer Benitez no officer Benitez runs and catch up with me. Put his hands. On me stop me from freely travel by force Tells me. That I have to give him my ID. I tell him Wisconsin is not a stop and identify state. Officer Benitez tells me he is doing an investigation. I tell him do you want to see the video to see what really happened. Officer Benitez tells me no I'm under arrest for failure to identify. I tell him failure to identify is a secondary charge. And ask him what am I being charged with he tells me disorderly conduct I tell officer Benitez sir, you need to investigate I did not commit. No crime officer Benitez He tells me. If I give him my name I will be free to go. I tell him no. Then he pursue to arrest me for asking two question and for exercising my constitutional right Free Press. Video of the whole incident will be coming soon. Waiting for my lawyer to release it...
Milwaukee police deputy makes racist comment on in*******al couple relationship status 👀😬😔
Thank you to the officer/officers who stayed in the Cermak parking lot around 10pm tonight. Your attention to detail is amazing. I appreciate you.
This am around 10 am while walking my dog near kozy park between 7th and 10th street 2 seperate cars pulled to the curb asking if i wanted to purchase drugs.