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The City of Milwaukee, WI
PUBLIC SAFETY AND HEALTH COMMITTEE on 2020-07-02 9:00 AM - This is a virtual meeting. Those wishing to view the proceedings are able to do so via the City Channel - Channel 25 on Spectrum Cable - or on the Internet at http://city.milwaukee.gov/citychanne
Meeting Time: July 02, 2020 at 9:00am CDT
Closed for Comment July 02, 2020 at 8:00am CDT
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1. 200344 Communication relating to a citywide masking policy.
Rebecca Rabatin ADA Coordinator
Mask Evidence 7-1-20 (3)
Change.org mask petition July 1 2020
COVID-19 Masks PSH 7-2-20_Final
Mask letter - Milwaukee
2. 200263 Resolution requesting the Fire and Police Commission to adopt a policy to implement a database providing information to the public regarding police officers' badge numbers and their records.
3. 200267 Resolution urging the Fire and Police Commission to adopt a rule requiring police officers to file a report every time they draw a gun, mace, or stun gun on duty.
4. 200292 Resolution urging the Board of Fire and Police Commissioners to collaborate with the Police Department to engage with community leaders to rebuild trust and discuss community-oriented strategies to addressing local civil unrest.
5. 200305 Substitute resolution urging the Fire and Police Commission to redouble recruitment efforts within Milwaukee neighborhoods so that the Fire and Police Departments are more diverse and reflective of the communities that they serve.
6. 190063 Communication relating to the activities of the City-County Carjacking and Reckless Driving Task Force.
Complete Streets Overview
Motor Vehicle Theft
Mtg Recording of 4-15-19
Mtg Recording Accountability & Enforcement 5-9-19
Mtg Recording Engineering Solutions 5-17-19
LRB 174355 - Memo - City Assessment for Speed Humps.doc
LRB 174356 - Memo - Neighborhood Assessment for Speed Humps.doc
LRB Memo 2016-2019 Jan-May Hit and Run Fatalities and Fatal Crashes.pdf
Mtg Recording Prevention & Education 5-28-19
LRB 174289 Enforcement Memo re Preventing Juveniles from Offending.doc
LRB 174408 - Memo - Stop Sticks.doc
LRB 174408 Stop Stick Memo Attachments.pdf
LRB 174326 Engineering Solutions Memo re Hot Spots and Drones.doc
Speed Reduction Feasibility Study - Nashville.pdf
Pace Car Program Information.pdf
LRB 174450 Memo re Education National Best Practices.doc
Mtg Recording 6-24-19
Daily Carjacking Summary
Celia Jackson - Letter
LRB 174598A Memo - Cost of Curb Extension Installation.doc
Benefits of Retiming Traffic Signals.pdf
TRR - Using TS Coordination to Limit Speeding Opportunities.pdf
LRB 174598B Memo -Traffic Signal Coordination.doc
Mtg Recording Accountability & Enforcemen 8 2 19
Mtg Recording Prevention Education 9 23 19
Mtg Recording 10-17-19
Listening session 111319
Listening session 112519 - Copy
NWSP_BSDS Campaign Status_July 1 2019
Legal Opinion re City's Authority to Impound Vehicles without Registration or Insurance
Coalition for Safe Driving MKE
UWM Graduate Student Reports.doc
email from Caressa Givens
Community Proposal for an Emergency Task Force Project for Metro Milwaukee
Deborah Hensiak letter
174091-13 Vision Zero.doc
Mtg Recording 1-16-2020
Jan 21 2020 Caressa Givens
Letters from Lincoln Elementary School Students
Wisconsin Policy Forum Article
Vision Zero Action Plan FINAL
DRAFT Recommendations - Community Additions
Protected Bike Lanes
WI Policy Forum Wrong Way presentation
Letter from Ald. Perez and Stamper, II
March 4 2020 Lincoln AVe School Comm Listening Session
Mtg Recording 3-6-2020
2018 City of Milwaukee Traffic Trends.pptx
174091-2 City Success Stories.doc
174091 Car Jacking and Reckless Driving.doc
174091-3 Additional Programs and Models.doc
174091-4 Success Rates Ceasefire and Roca.doc
174091-5 List of Recommendations.doc
174091-6 Additional Programs, pt. 2.doc
Buying a Car Without a License.doc
Drivers Licenses Suspensions.doc
Citizen Dashboard Cameras
174091-10 Community Feedback.doc
174091-18 Virtual Reality.doc
174091-17 State Bill.doc
Copy of fatal ped ax by city.xlsx
DL Revocation and Suspension Statistics.pdf
Fw City-County Carjacking and Reckless Driving Taskforce Recommendations Meeting - 112519.msg
FW DPW Forestry Employee workers struck on median.msg
FW MATC Traffic Safety program.msg
FW NWSP Anti-Reckless Driving Campaigns.msg
FW Reckless driving community feedback.msg
FW Reckless Driving Follow-up.msg
FW Reckless Driving.msg
FW Reckless DrivingCarjacking.msg
FW UWM Planning Policy Analysis Student Reports.msg
Fwd Attn Reckless Driving Task Force Fatality Report.msg
Fwd Daily Traffic Fatality Report Recommendations to the Reckless Driving Task Force.msg
Letter from Resident.docx
Reckless Driving Taskforce follow up research.msg
Taskforce Recommendations Record .msg
Spatiotemporal Convergence of Crime and Vehicle Crash Hotspots.pdf
Vision Zero in NYC.docx
FINAL Report 6-7-2020.pdf
Final Report - Appendix A.pdf
Final Report - Appendix B.pdf
Final Report - Appendix C.pdf
Final Report - Appendix D - Part 1.pdf
Final Report - Appendix D - Part 2.pdf
7. 200004 Resolution related to acceptance and funding of a Homeland Security WEM/STAC ALERT SWAT Video Equipment grant.
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