Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission holds virtual discussion with members of the community
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission held a virtual meeting Tuesday, June 23, where members of the public could speak and ask commissioners questions.
The commission called the discussion "Bridging the Divide: Milwaukee's Community & Police Relations."
There were remarks from the executive director of the Fire and Police Commission as well as from the commissioners.
At one point, a little more than 100 people were on the call.
Those on the call heard an update on the ACLU settlement agreement, the process for the six month review of Chief Alfonso Morales, and the Milwaukee Police Department's Standard Operating Procedures.
Those on the call had a chance to speak and provide feedback.
Several said they would like to find ways to provide input on policies and have more voices heard.
The Fire and Police Commission plans to hold a similar meeting next month.