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Here at District Two, we are saddened by the loss of our Community Service Officer, Naeem Sarosh. CSO Sarosh was such a ...
09/01/2020

Here at District Two, we are saddened by the loss of our Community Service Officer, Naeem Sarosh. CSO Sarosh was such a great person who really cared for his community. Our condolences go out to his family during this difficult time. CSO Sarosh will never be forgotten. #Squad2193

On Monday, August 31, 2020, Naeem Sarosh, a Community Service Officer employed by the Milwaukee Police Department was fatally shot while off-duty. This tragic incident occurred on the 4800 block of South 22nd Place at approximately 6:00 p.m.

The preliminary investigation revealed that this incident stemmed from a neighbor dispute. The 65 year old male suspect was subsequently taken into custody shortly after the incident. This investigation will be conducted by our Homicide Division who will present criminal charges to the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office in the upcoming days.

Community Service Officer Sarosh is a 4-year veteran with the Milwaukee Police Department and was assigned to District 2. He will be greatly missed by the members of this organization and by the members of our community.
Acting Chief Michael Brunson and the entire Milwaukee Police Department send condolences and prayers to the Sarosh family as they grieve their loss.

Amazing people right here! 👏🏽
08/30/2020

Amazing people right here! 👏🏽

Glorious day for gardening at the Kosciuszko Monument!

08/28/2020
Southside Organizing Center

Captain Salazar will join Southside Organizing Center on their Facebook live forum today at 3:00pm.

Today on "3 o'clock with SOC!" August 28, 2020 🕒 Meet Captain Salazar from @Milwaukee Police Department District Two. Topic: Police and community relations, services, and vision for District Two.

SOC feature: Highlights from our 100th Episode.

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Hoy a las "3 en punto con SOC!" 28 de agosto de 2020 🕒 Conozca al Capitán Salazar del Distrito Dos del Departamento de Policía de Milwaukee. Tema: Relaciones, servicios y visión de la policía y la comunidad para el Distrito Dos.

Luego, lo más destacado de nuestro episodio número 100.

Lately we have been really busy at District 2 and want to take this time to thank all the District 2 Officers for all th...
08/27/2020

Lately we have been really busy at District 2 and want to take this time to thank all the District 2 Officers for all the great work they have been doing to make sure our residents can be safe and be able to enjoy our community.

Thank you to all the organizations and residents in District 2 who stay active in the community to ensure that our residents have the best quality of life possible.

Thank you to all who continue to support MPD and District 2 with your words of encouragement and dropping off food for the officers during these difficult times. It is greatly appreciated

District 2 Would like to thank everyone who had the courage to endure the heat last night and joined us for our Crime an...
08/27/2020

District 2 Would like to thank everyone who had the courage to endure the heat last night and joined us for our Crime and Safety meeting. Thank you again to Christ-St. Peter Lutheran School for hosting our meeting. Would also like to thank Safe & Sound, Inc., Mujeres Con Poder de Transformacion Social, and Southside Organizing Center for sponsoring and assisting with the meeting. Again thank you to all and I hope the paletas helped a little bit with the heat.

Good morning District 2!!!!I hope everyone has a great day.  Today is going to be a hot one so please stay hydrated and ...
08/26/2020

Good morning District 2!!!!

I hope everyone has a great day. Today is going to be a hot one so please stay hydrated and check on family members and friends who might need help today.

We are still having our Crime and Safety meeting tonight at 6pm at S 22nd and W Greenfield Ave.

08/25/2020

Good morning District 2!!!

Just a reminder that tomorrow we will be having our first in person Crime and Safety meeting. The meeting will be hosted by Christ-St. Peter Lutheran School and will take place in their parking lot located on S 22nd St and W Greenfield Ave. Masks will be required to attend and masks will also be provided. We will be practicing social distancing at the meeting. Hope to see everyone there tomorrow and like always please invite and bring a friend and/or family member. Have a great day.

Good Morning District Two Community. Today we’d like to congratulate Inspector Alex Ramirez who retired last week Friday...
08/24/2020

Good Morning District Two Community. Today we’d like to congratulate Inspector Alex Ramirez who retired last week Friday after serving the residents for the last 29 1/2 years. Prior to becoming an Inspector, Ramirez was at District 2 as a Sergeant, a Lieutenant, and a Captain. Thank you so much for your time and dedication to the Southside. We hope you enjoy your retirement!

BIG Clean MKE
08/13/2020
BIG Clean MKE

BIG Clean MKE

    BIG Clean MKE Site Coordinator Registration Form Keep Greater Milwaukee Beautiful (KGMB) has initiated BIG Clean MKE, a year-round program.  This is an effort to continuously mai…

Good Morning District Two Community. Please Share!News Flash! We will be having our Crime & Safety Meeting in person and...
08/13/2020

Good Morning District Two Community.

Please Share!

News Flash! We will be having our Crime & Safety Meeting in person and outdoors at Christ St. Peter Church Parking Lot. Masks will be provided by Southside Organizing Center. We will practice social distancing and maintain 6 feet from each other. Paletas (Ice cream) will be provided by Safe & Sound, Inc. See flyer for further details!

¡Noticia de última hora! Tendremos nuestra Reunión de Tendencias De Crimen Y Seguridad en persona y al aire libre en el estacionamiento de la iglesia de Christ St. Peter. Las máscaras serán proporcionadas por Southside Organizing Center. Practicaremos el distanciamiento social y nos mantendremos a 6 pies el uno del otro. Habrá paletas que serán proporcionará por Safe & Sound, Inc. ¡Vea volante para más detalles!

UMOS, Inc.
08/12/2020

UMOS, Inc.

Due to COVID-19 and community safety, our September 13 event has been cancelled for 2020

Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative
08/11/2020

Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative

Hello neighbors, please join CSNI and Safe & Sound, Inc. this Friday for a community cleanup in Clarke Square from 2-4:00PM. Please bring your face mask and remember to practice social distancing.

Hola vecinos, acompaña a CSNI y Safe & Sound este Viernes para una limpieza de vecindario de las 2-4:00PM. No se le olvide su mascarilla y mantener la distancia física entre personas.

Need a bike or do you have a bike that you don't need? Come join us on August 15th at Kosciusko Park. For more details, ...
08/10/2020

Need a bike or do you have a bike that you don't need? Come join us on August 15th at Kosciusko Park. For more details, call Prianca at 262-510-4625.

Milwaukee Police Department
08/04/2020

Milwaukee Police Department

Milwaukee Police are requesting the public’s assistance in locating a suspect wanted in a homicide that occurred on Saturday, August 1, 2020, at approximately 5:20 p.m., on the 1700 block of W. Mitchell Street.

The suspect is described as a Hispanic male, 23 years of age, 5’07”, 125 pounds, black short hair, brown eyes and had a beard. He was last seen wearing a white and gray striped shirt, blue jeans shorts and light colored shoes.

The suspect intentionally struck the victim with his vehicle causing the victim’s death and fled the scene on foot.

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

District 2 would like to thank Jimmy and his family for providing and cooking lunch for our officers yesterday.  Jimmy i...
07/30/2020

District 2 would like to thank Jimmy and his family for providing and cooking lunch for our officers yesterday. Jimmy is the owner of El Lucero and La Luna Liquor. It was a perfect day for grilling out. Thank you again Jimmy.

Milwaukee Police Department
07/21/2020

Milwaukee Police Department

Milwaukee Police are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying and locating suspects wanted in a shooting that occurred on Sunday, July 19, 2020, at approximately 8:18 a.m., on the 1400 block of S. Comstock Avenue.

Suspect #1 was described as a white male, 30-35 years of age, 5’10”-6’ and had a thin build. He was last seen wearing a dark colored t-shirt, dark pants and a light colored baseball hat turned backwards. He was armed with a handgun.

Suspect #2 was described as a white female. Unknown clothing description.

The suspect vehicle is described as a white Chevy Equinox SUV.

The victim and suspect #1 were involved in an argument. Suspect #1 fired shots at the victim subsequently striking him. Suspect # 1 fled in the suspect vehicle that was driven by suspect #2.

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

07/17/2020
Junta de Julio 2020

Si tiene alguna pregunta despues de ver el video, por favor comunicarse con el Oficial Contreras y Oficial Acevedo al numero 414-935-7722

Who can relate? 🤦‍♀️ 🤦🏽‍♂️ 😷 😂 Stay safe everyone!
07/16/2020

Who can relate? 🤦‍♀️ 🤦🏽‍♂️ 😷 😂

Stay safe everyone!

Safety tips | Consejos de seguridad
07/16/2020

Safety tips | Consejos de seguridad

07/15/2020

La reunión pregrabada en español de Crimen & Seguridad se publicará en Facebook el viernes. Gracias!

07/15/2020

After some minor issues uploading the July crime and safety meeting, we have finally got it up and running. Please view it, share it and like it. Thank you so much for your patience. Any questions regarding the video, please contact District Two at 935-7222. Be safe and have a good night!

07/15/2020

July 2020 Crime and Safety Meeting with Captain Dave Salazar

Milwaukee Police Department
07/15/2020

Milwaukee Police Department

Milwaukee Police are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying and locating suspects wanted in a shooting that occurred on Monday, July 13, 2020, at approximately 6:04 p.m., on the 1400 block of S. 11th Street.

Suspect#1 is described as an African-American male. He was last seen wearing a facemask and was armed with a handgun.

Suspect#2 is described as an African-American male with an unknown clothing description.

The suspect vehicle is described as a white 4-door Chevy Impala. The vehicle had tinted side windows.

The suspects approached the victim in the suspect vehicle and fired shots at the victim, subsequently striking him. Suspects fled in the suspect vehicle.

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

07/15/2020

Don't forget to tune in at 6:00 PM for our Crime & Safety meeting video!

07/14/2020

REMINDER! We will be airing our prerecorded Crime & Safety Meeting video tomorrow at 6:00 PM. Please tune in & share!

PLEASE SHARE - ROBBERY SUSPECT WANTEDMilwaukee Police are requesting the public's assistance in identifying and locating...
07/10/2020

PLEASE SHARE - ROBBERY SUSPECT WANTED

Milwaukee Police are requesting the public's assistance in identifying and locating a robbery suspect. The incidents occurred on Sunday, July 5th at approximately 8:33 AM and 8:40 AM. The suspect entered O'Reilly Auto Parts first, located at 1583 W. Forest Home Ave, and then went to Walgreens located at 1433 W. Burham St.

The suspect entered Oreilly's, armed with a knife, and stole numerous tools. The suspect also made threats to harm the employees. The suspect fled on a black Trek mountain bike with orange lettering.

Minutes later, the same suspect entered Walgreens, made threats to the employees, and stole various packs of cigarettes and laundry detergent.

The suspect is described as:

Black male, 30's, 5'7" - 5'10", thin build, wearing a black knit winter hat that read "SO EXTRA" in gold lettering, light blue surgical mask, gray Nike t-shirt, tan khakis, dark blue or black running shoes, black backpack, riding a black Trek mountain bicycle with orange lettering armed with a pocket knife.

Anyone with any information regarding this incident can contact the Milwaukee Police Department at (414) 935-7360, or call Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at (414) 224-TIPS.

07/10/2020

Good Afternoon District Two Community.

Tomorrow, July 15th, District Two will air a prerecorded video of the Crime and Safety meeting on Facebook at 6:00 PM. Our newly appointed Captain David Salazar will provide pertinent information such as crime statistics, accomplishments, and a brief bio. I hope you can join us.

Buenas tardes,

Mañana 15 de Julio, el Distrito Dos transmitirá un video pregrabado de la reunión de Crimen y Seguridad en Facebook a las 6:00 PM. Nuestro recién nombrado Capitán David Salazar proporcionará información pertinente, como estadísticas de delitos, logros y una breve biografía. Espero que nos puedan acompañar.

Support Southside businesses in the Historic Mitchell Street area.
07/10/2020

Support Southside businesses in the Historic Mitchell Street area.

Historic Mitchell Street is now open! ☀️

View our business listings on our website!

District Two Community! Please join us at Kosciusko Park Saturday, July 18th!
07/09/2020

District Two Community! Please join us at Kosciusko Park Saturday, July 18th!

Good morning District 2 Community.  Hopefully everyone is enjoying and surviving the beautiful hot weather.If you are lo...
07/08/2020

Good morning District 2 Community. Hopefully everyone is enjoying and surviving the beautiful hot weather.

If you are looking for a good cause to support, please consider supporting the Milwaukee County Parks. Our parks are in need of help in order to keep them open and have them running smoothly for our communities to enjoy.

If you are interested and want more information please visit LoveYourParksMke.com

Have a great day District 2 Community!

Who can relate? Smh. 😂 Have a Happy Tuesday D2 Community! 😂
07/07/2020

Who can relate? Smh.

😂 Have a Happy Tuesday D2 Community! 😂

Please stay hydrated! This whole week is going to be a hot 🥵 ☀️ one! 💦
07/06/2020

Please stay hydrated! This whole week is going to be a hot 🥵 ☀️ one! 💦

Yesterday afternoon, Officers from District Two met a cool kid by the name of Fynn. He stopped by to drop off a bag of t...
07/03/2020

Yesterday afternoon, Officers from District Two met a cool kid by the name of Fynn. He stopped by to drop off a bag of treats! Fynn also had the opportunity to speak to some Officers and had a chance to check out one of our squad cars. Thanks again buddy!

Have a safe and Happy 4th of July weekend! 🇺🇸🦅
07/03/2020

Have a safe and Happy 4th of July weekend! 🇺🇸🦅

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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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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 interracial 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.
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Great time at Polishfest! Thank you Officer for taking time for a photo! Sorry I didn't catch your name... Thank YOU all District 2!
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Shout out to the officers who responded to the abandoned pup situation this Am in Kozy park.
Bilal Markis, the Founder of Miracle Comeback Clothing line (MCL) contacted Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) thanking HNNUSA for featuring the story of his son with our Latino and surrounding communities, confirming that the article has been shared in 30 countries. We at HNNUSA are overwhelmed by Malkis acknowledgement and his success to continue inspiring others and sharing our featured article published in 2010. Article link: https://bit.ly/2LtQJBp