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Milwaukee Police Department Community Briefing May 30, 2021, Officer Involved Shooting


By - Jul 16th, 2021 09:19 am

As a part of the Community Briefing Series, the Milwaukee Police Department is releasing relevant information regarding the fatal officer involved shooting that occurred on Sunday, May 30, 2021, on the 2700 block of South 29th Street.

The Community Briefing video series was created by MPD to promote transparency and accountability with the public and to provide relevant information about officer-involved shootings. MPD’s goal is to continue to release relevant video regarding critical incidents within a reasonable amount of time after the incident unless releasing such video would jeopardize the integrity of the investigation.

Pursuant to the Milwaukee Police Department’s Standard Operating Procedure, a critical incident that involves the death or great bodily harm of a person while in police custody will be investigated by an outside and independent law enforcement agency. This incident is being investigated by the Milwaukee Area Investigative Team and the Waukesha Police Department is the lead agency.

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