Milwaukee's Public Safety Committee Opens Survey to Residents
Milwaukee's Public Safety Committee spent weeks gathering input from officials and organizations on how best to deal with crime in Milwaukee.
Now they want input from the taxpayer. Alderman Bob Donavan announced an online survey is open to the public. The survey is an opportunity to weigh in on the best strategies to fight crime in local neighborhoods.
"We're hopeful that we can get thousands and thousands of Milwaukee residents to go online and take this survey and let us know what their legitimate concerns or feelings are as they relate to public safety," says Donavan.
The safety committee also recently released a proposal that includes adding police officers.