MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission will hold a special meeting Monday night that could lead to major changes to the police department.
The only item on the agenda is police chief, Alfonso Morales.
The meeting will discuss how the police department handled civil unrest and its crowd control measures during protests.
This comes after Chief Morales' six-month review by the Fire and Police Commission was abruptly canceled. Instead, Morales met with members of the group in a closed-door meeting.
The commission plans to vote tonight on any orders or directives that would be intended for the chief.