MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission has kicked off the process of finding a new Milwaukee Police Chief.
The FPC board shared a press release Wednesday saying they're now conducting a local and nationwide search to replace Alfonso Morales as Milwaukee police chief.
"In this process, we will ensure that we have adequate community engagement and wide-pool of candidates to choose from for this vital leadership position for our City, before our final selection is made and announced," said the FPC in a press release.
The FPC is now accepting applications and will continue to do so until Friday, September 11. All applications must be received by 4:45 p.m. that day.
According to the FPC, comments are welcome from the City's Common Council and Mayor Tom Barrett. However, the FPC would mostly like feedback from the community.
You can find a full list of qualifications as well as a job description below.