Law Enforcement Memorial 2021
The District 3 Milwaukee Police Auxiliary unit is a dedicated group of volunteer Milwaukee Police Officers. Becoming an Volunteer Auxiliary Police Officer is a great way to help out your community while gaining hands on law enforcement experience!
The Milwaukee Police Auxiliary unit was established in 1941 as a volunteer group to augment the regular police force in times of emergency or major natural disaster. Since that time, the Auxiliary unit now assists the regular police force by directing traffic at parades, handling crowd control at festivals and assisting with crime prevention activities. The District Three Milwaukee Police Auxiliary is a great opportunity for individuals to get started in law enforcement or community-minded adults who wish to help the Milwaukee Police and make a difference in the community. Consider becoming an essential volunteer police officer and see the rewards of helping keep the Milwaukee community safe. Auxiliary officers wear uniforms that are similar to sworn police officer uniforms, except for the light blue shirt and a patch reading “Auxiliary” above the regular Milwaukee police patch. Join District Three Auxiliary unit and make a difference in your local community. We are currently accepting applications for dedicated individuals to be part of our team. Frequently Asked Questions:
How do I become an auxiliary officer? Auxiliary officers must first fill out an application. The application can be picked up at the Milwaukee Police District Three Station (2333 N. 49th Street), or applications can be mailed out upon request. The completed application should be mailed or dropped off in person to the attention of Officer Osmanski at District Three. Applicants can typically expect to hear back within a few weeks, but due to exigent circumstances, can sometimes take longer. Contact us to enquire the status of your application. Do I need to live in District Three to become a District Three Auxiliary officer? No, anyone can apply regardless of where they reside. How does the application process work? Applicants must pass an oral interview, as well as, a background check. After acceptance, applicants must attend two meetings before they become official Auxiliary Officers. Volunteer officers will receive a rule and regulation booklet, and they must complete a take home test from this booklet before they are issued uniforms. Can I turn in a resume with my application? Yes. Resumes and/or cover letters are encouraged. Applicants may also use additional sheets of paper if they run out of room on the original application. What are the requirements to become an auxiliary? Applicants must be at least 18 years of age. There is no maximum age. Auxiliary members must be able to stand for periods of time while volunteering at events and may be required to do light lifting such as wooden street barricades. Auxiliary members must undergo a background check and have a background that demonstrates a strong moral character. Applicants must be free of any felony crime convictions. Are there minimum service requirements? Auxiliary officers are required to attend all monthly meetings (held in evenings during the week). Auxiliary officers are also required to participate in 40 hours of service per year (assisting at events). Am I issued a uniform? After members attend their first two meetings and complete the take home test, they will be issued a department uniform at no cost. Am I issued a firearm? No. Auxiliary officers are not permitted to carry weapons including fi****ms, batons, pepper spray and tasers. What type of training will I receive? Auxiliary members will participate in training every month at the monthly meeting. Members will also participate in supplemental training at the police academy. Training topics include the following: radio communications; state and city laws; ethics; crowd control; professional communications; defensive tactics; vehicle contacts; and more. Do Auxiliary officers get to go on a ride along? After one year of service, members are eligible for the ride along program. Members can ride with an officer for a full or partial shift, and will go on calls for service, conduct traffic stops and patrol neighborhoods.
Law Enforcement Memorial 2021
October 23, 2019
Fallen but not Forgotten Feed Event
Family Carnival Fair and bookbag givaway on August 10, 2019
District 3 National Night Out
2019 Martin Drive Summer Sizzler
April 27th Saturday morning Earth Day clean up Crew.
Milwaukee Police Concert February 9, 2019
Our Annual Thanksgiving Food
Our Milwaukee Police Department 2018 Merit Awards
Rest in peace Officers
Irvine and Michalski
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Ted Perry enjoying a day as wave announcer during the Fight for Air Climb at US Bank.
Here at US Bank with the Fight for Air Climb raise money for Lung Cancer.
We are always looking for volunteers. If interested please go to your local police district and fill out an application.
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Our last concert with our chief, you will be greatly missed 😢.
Milwaukee Police District Three are looking for more Auxiliary Volunteers. If interested please contact Officer Peters 414-935-7972 for an application.
Our sincere apologies regarding not posting recent events. Our First Annual Auxiliary and Explores Awards Ceremony, Storm the Bastille Run/Walk, Martin Drive Summer Sizzler Cookout, Milwaukee Police District Three National Night Out August 1, 2017 they are all included in this post.
Martin Drive Picnic, July 30, 2017.
Milwaukee Auxiliary Police District 3 at YMCA on Teutonia Fundraiser on February 18,2017.
Milwaukee Auxiliary Districts 3 and 5 at the Milwaukee Auto Show February 26, 2017.
March 19, 2016 The Climb for Air at US Bank. Thanks to everyone that participated.
Thanks to all that participated in St. Patrick's Day Parade March 12, 2016.
February 28, 2016 Milwaukee Auto Show
February 28, 2016 Milwaukee Auto Show
Thanks to everyone that came out to help and participate in the Annual Polar Plunge for Special Olympics at the McKinley Marina. Please join us next Sunday at the Milwaukee County Zoo for another dip in the water to help raise money for Special Olympics, here a few photos from our day.
3rd District Annual Awards Night. Congratulations to the Auxiliaries at District 3. Tonight Auxiliary Eric Penebaker was promoted to Sargent and Auxiliary Sargent Carolyn Walker was promoted to Luitentant. Thanks to all the Auxiliaries for their service and hard work
Here are some photos from our 2015 Mary Hughes Memorial Dinner Drive.
Here are more photos from the Annual Martin Drive Trick or Treat
Here are some photos from the Annual Martin Drive Trick or Treat. Thanks to the 3rd District Auxiliaries, Martin Drive Association and to the Children who came to collect candy in their scary costumes.
Hello Facebook family and friends the 3rd District Auxiliary Police would like to thank all those who came out to show there support and donations during our second Auxiliary fundraiser at the Pick N' Save on 35th Street yesterday.
A special thanks to Tim the store manager and his staff.
Thanks to Mr. Hightower from Safe Link Wireless.
We truly appreciate your support.
Our 3rd and last Fundraiser to be announced soon.
Hello Facebook Family and Friends on Saturday September 5, 2015 the 3rd District Police Auxiliaries will be having our Second Auxiliary Fundraiser at the Pick N' Save at 2355 N. 35th off of North Ave.
The hours are 10:00 am- 2:00 pm.
We will be serving: Hotdogs, Brats and Hamburgers
You will also be able to make combos at low prices.
Please come out and support your 3rd District Police Auxiliaries during this event.
National Night Out August 4, 2015. Thanks to all that Participated: Mayor Tom Barrett, Aldermans: Murphy and Bauman, Asstant Chief Harpole, Captain Smith, 3rd District Police Officers and Auxiliaries, Wendey's, Troop Cafe', the multiple Community Advocate Agencies and the entire 3rd District Community.
3rd District Auxiliaries would like to thank the 3rd District Police Officers, Horse Patrol, Sheriff's Department K-9 Unit, and Neighbors for their participation in the Martin Drive Neighborhood Picnic on Saturday July 25, 2015.
Thanks to everyone who came out to support our 1st Auxiliary Fundraiser, we truly appreciate your support and we will let you know the date and location of our next one.
Thank you all once again. Sorry we forgot to take pictures.
Thanks to the Community sponors, Volunteers, Bicyclists, Police Officers, Auxiliaries and Neighbors that participated in the Downer Classic Bike Race.
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