Milwaukee Homicide Review Commission

The Milwaukee Homicide Review Commission (MHRC) strives to reduce homicides and non-fatal shootings through a multi-level, multi-disciplinary and multi-agency homicide review process. The MHRC is comprised of law enforcement professionals, criminal justice professionals and community service providers who meet regularly to exchange information regarding the city’s homicides and other violent crimes to identify methods of prevention from both public health and criminal justice perspectives. The MHRC makes recommendations based on trends identified through the case review process. These recommendations range from micro-level strategies and tactics to macro-level policy change. Many of the recommendations made to date have been implemented. The Milwaukee Homicide Review Commission provides a unique forum for addressing violence in the city of Milwaukee.

Vision

A community where residents, community organizations, and law enforcement professionals are working together to decrease violence

Mission

Working to reduce violence through innovative interagency collaboration

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Highlights

Milwaukee Homicide Review Commission Rated "Effective" By CrimeSolutions

Milwaukee (Wis.) -- The Milwaukee Homicide Review Commission attempts to reduce homicides and nonfatal shootings through a multilevel, multidisciplinary and multiagency homicide review process. The commission's goals are to establish and support homicide prevention and intervention strategies using strategic problem analysis.

After assessing the available evidence, the CrimeSolutions.Gov team rated the program as "Effective" for homicide reduction. "Effective" is the highest possible rating given by CrimeSolutions.Gov. Read More

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COPS - the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services is the office of the U.S. Department of Justice that advances the practice of community policing in America’s state, local and tribal law enforcement agencies. COPS does its work principally by sharing information and making grants to police departments around the United States. READ MORE

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Media Contacts


MCW - Epidemiology
8701 Watertown Plank Road
Milwaukee, WI 53226
(414) 955-8800 (Office)

 

Holly Botsford, Lead 
External Communications
(414) 955-8761 (Office) 
(414) 688-7960 (Cell)

Alex Krouse, Specialist 
External Communications 
(414) 955-5825 (Office) 
(414) 491-7156 (Cell)

Division of Epidemiology 
Institute for Health & Equity 
Medical College of Wisconsin 
(414) 955-4102 (Office)

media@mcw.edu

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