MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are having a change of procedure.
The Milwaukee Fire & Police Commission is banning officers and investigators from using no-knock warrants. The practice allows police to enter a home without warning.
The board voted to approve the resolution on Thursday.
No-knock warrants came into the national spotlight last year after the death of Breonna Taylor, a woman from Louisville, Kentucky, who was fatally shot by police in her home.
This is a developing story and will be updated.