Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission to hold two virtual community meetings on police chief candidates

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – The Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission is holding two virtual community meetings on the police chief candidates.

The virtual meetings will be held on Saturday, November 7 and November 21 from 1-4 p.m.

The FPC has narrowed down the search to three candidates.

  • Malik Aziz - Aziz serves as the deputy chief for the Dallas Police Department. According to an online resume, he's served in several police executive, command and supervision roles.
  • Chris Davis - Davis works as a deputy chief for the Portland Police Department. According to a department bio, he was sworn into that role in December of 2019. Prior to that, he served as assistant chief of the operations branch where he oversaw three precincts, youth services and traffic division.
  • Hoyt Mahaley - Mahaley is the acting unit chief for the Insider Threat Division for the FBI, according to his resume on LinkedIn. He's also served as the supervisory special agent for the human intelligence, public sector, and community outreach squad. In addition to working for the FBI, he also worked for the Milwaukee Police Department, according to the resume.

Community members can submit questions or comments through the FPC’s public comment form

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