Acting Milwaukee police chief Jeffery Norman is opening up about his plans for the city if he becomes chief full time.
On Saturday, dozens of community members gathered to participate in a Q-and-A style meeting with Norman. He said his crime strategy is building community engagement. He pointed to how the community recently came together to work with the police department in the search for then missing three-year-old Major Harris. Norman noted, while he believes community engagement is the right path at his core, he says the department has a lot of work to do. The Fire and Police Commission will hold two more meetings with Norman so others can ask their questions. A virtual meeting will take place on Thursday from six to 7:30 p.m. while an in-person meeting will be held on the 30th at Anodyne Coffee Roasting Co on Bruce Street. That meeting will take place from ten to eleven-30 a.m.