The community can meet with Milwaukee police chief finalists virtually through two scheduled meetings, the Fire and Police Commission announced Tuesday.
The FPC board announced the finalists on Oct. 22. The finalists are Malik Aziz, Chris Davis and Hoyt Mahaley. The next step in the selection process includes two community meetings, where Milwaukee residents can ask questions directly to the candidates.
The meetings are scheduled for Nov. 7 and Nov. 21 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Both meetings will be held virtually due to the pandemic.
To register for the Nov. 7 meeting, click here.
To register for the Nov. 21 meeting, click here.
For the public comment form, click here.
Malik Aziz is a former Dallas Police Major and is currently the National Chair and Executive Director of the National Black Police Association and an instructor in Criminal Justice Police Leadership at DeSales University.
Chris Davis is the Deputy Chief for the Portland Police Bureau and former Assistant Chief of operations, where he led three precincts, youth services and traffic divisions.
Hoyt Mahaley is a FBI Supervisory Special Agent and former Police Officer for Milwaukee Police Department. He also attended Rufus King High School.