The Brew City needs its next generation of public defenders, and Milwaukee's CW18 & My24 are helping spread the word. Additional airings of the OUR ISSUES MILWAUKEE: Becoming a Police Officer special are scheduled Saturday, March 2nd at 10pm and Saturday, March 9th at 1:30pm on CW18, as well as Sunday, March 10th at noon on My24.
My24 originally aired the special prime time edition of its community focused, weekly public affairs program Our Issues Milwaukee on Friday, February 22 at 9:00pm.
During the special, host Andrea Williams discusses the ongoing recruitment period for Milwaukee Police Officers with special guests Milwaukee Police Department Chief Alfonso Morales and Fire and Police Commission Executive Director La Keisha Butler.
The Fire and Police Commission of the City of Milwaukee are currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. In an effort to both spread the word regarding the upcoming recruitment and educate the general public on what it takes to become a Police Officer, Chief Morales and Director Butler appeared to discuss a wide range of topics including: testing, training, and timing for hiring of this very important position.
The Milwaukee Police Department employs nearly 2,000 sworn officers devoted to serving and protecting the residents of the city. The Commission’s recruitment efforts are planned to take place February 22 – March 18, 2019. Tell your family and friends considering a career in law enforcement, and watch one of the encore airings to learn more about the requirements and process!
Our Issues Milwaukee regularly features community leaders, politicians, and organization representatives Saturdays at 6:30am on My24 and Sundays at 7:30am on sister station CW18.