Unique program inspired by Milwaukee police chief is putting a “S.T.O.P.” to the mistrust between city’s police and community youth

May 26, 2014   // 0 Comments

  By Thomas E. Mitchell, Jr. Since starting his tenure as Milwaukee Police Chief in 2008, Edward Flynn has made it a point to improve police-community relations, especially within the Black community, where there is a history of mistrust and hostility going back to the so-called “bad ol’ days” of former MPD Chief Harold Brier. Progress has been made to improve the relationship since Brie...

Continue reading

More news