Police and firefighter organizations are saying a new state law in Wisconsin will make it too difficult for first responders to get workers' compensation benefits if they get COVID-19 while on the job.
Police shut down a Wisconsin church service after a neighbor reported the church was violating the state's stay-home order. It wasn't, but the incident reveals that some friction still exists as religious communities seek to adapt to new restrictions.
Wisconsin law enforcement agencies are keeping their communities informed on how they plan to enforce Gov. Evers' stay-at-home order. Individuals who violate the order could face up to 30 days in jail and a $250 fine.
Milwaukee's crime rate is steadily decreasing, according to city officials. Over the last five years, the city has seen a 33% reduction in violent crime including homicides, nonfatal shootings and carjackings.
When it comes to addressing cases identified as excited delirium in the field, there are many commonalities in training across law enforcement, emergency response and medical organizations in Wisconsin.
Individuals in law enforcement are being called out for derogatory and racist social media posts. Noble Wray, former Madison Chief of Police, discusses his work with police departments across the national on issues of policing and community trust.
The 2017 death of West Milwaukee resident Adam Trammell has generated concern over whether the police acted inappropriately when they tased him multiple times. Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm and Trammell family attorney Robin Shellow discuss the case.