Jeffrey B. Norman Archives

Overall crime rate in Milwaukee has decreased 8 percent, according to police

July 7, 2022

Chief Jeffrey Norman and Mayor Cavalier Johnson provided a mid-year crime report that indicates that the overall crime rate in 2022 has decreased by 8 percent compared to 2021. “While we should all be encouraged by the decreases we have seen in several crime categories, we need to work as hard as ever to continue… [Read More]

Making History: Top executive positions in Milwaukee are now all held by African American men

April 21, 2022

By the time voters in the City of Milwaukee elected Cavalier Johnson as mayor during a special election on April 5, 2022, about half of the 100 largest U.S. cities by population had already elected an African American mayor, according to the U.S. Census Bureau; but the inauguration of Mayor Johnson on April 13, 2022… [Read More]

New Chief of Police, Jeffrey Norman, is sworn in

November 25, 2021

It’s official, city of Milwaukee native Jeffrey B. Norman was sworn in as Chief of the Milwaukee Police Department. The public ceremony took place on Monday, November 15, 2021, in the Common Council Chambers at Milwaukee’s City Hall. Chief Norman was sworn in by the Fire and Police Commission executive director, Leon W. Todd. Mayor… [Read More]