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Meeting Name: FIRE AND POLICE COMMISSION Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 1/21/2021 5:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City Hall, Room 301-B
Regular Session
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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     This is a virtual meeting that will be conducted via Microsoft Teams. Those wishing to view the proceedings are encouraged to do so at http://city.milwaukee.gov/citychannel and use Live Stream 1.    Not available
     Those wishing to join the meeting for public comment can do so at: https://bit.ly/3qDEUZa Meeting started at 5:33 p.m.    Not available
   1. Public Comment    Not available
     Comment(s) by the Public

Minutes note: - Paul Mozina
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   2. Consent Agenda    Not available
FPC21006 0 Fire And Police ResolutionResolution to approve January 7, 2021, meeting minutesADOPTED   Action details Not available
  0  Resolution to approve the Police Facilities Assistant Manager Eligibility ListADOPTED   Not available
FPC21004 0 Fire And Police ResolutionResolution to approve the Help Desk Specialist II Exam and Eligibility requestADOPTED   Action details Not available
   3. Committee Reports    Not available
FPC21007 0 Fire And Police ResolutionResolution relating to the report of the Psychological Evaluation process for Testing and Recruiting (FPC19339)

Minutes note: A motion was made by Commissioner Cocroft to form an appeals body/board consisting of three (3) commissioners for psychological evaluations and reach back to provide candidates from the Milwaukee Fire Department who were affected by decisions of the past vendor an opportunity to appeal the results of their psychological test. Commissioner McKenzie offered a friendly amendment to have the appeals body/board consist of a clinical psychologist, the executive director, and a commissioner. Commissioner Cocroft accepted the friendly amendment.
ADOPTEDPass6:0 Action details Not available
FPC21008 0 Fire And Police ResolutionResolution relating to the report of the use of Residency Preference Points for promotional exams (FPC21002)

Minutes note: A motion was made Commissioner Crouther, and seconded by Commissioner DeVougas to approve the addition of four (4) residence preference points to all promotional applicants' test scores for the Milwaukee Police and Fire Departments. This motion failed by the following vote: Aye: 0 No: Cocroft, McKenzie, Wilson, Soler A motion was made by Commissioner Cocroft, and seconded by Commissioner Wilson, to grant four (4) residency preference points to the test scores of promotional applicants within the Milwaukee Police Department and Milwaukee Fire Department after an applicant provides evidence of two (2) years of continuous residency in the City of Milwaukee.
ADOPTEDPass6:0 Action details Not available
   4. Unfinished Business    Not available
FPC20383 0 Fire And Police ResolutionResolution to approve MPD’s Discipline MatrixREFERRED TO   Action details Not available
   5. Fire Department    Not available
FPC21005 0 Fire And Police ResolutionResolution to approve the promotion to Fire LieutenantADOPTEDPass6:0 Action details Not available
     Motion to Adjourn Moved by Commissioner McKenzie Seconded by Commissioner DeVougas All in favor. None Opposed. Motion carried unanimously. Meeting concluded at 6:23 p.m.     Not available
     The Board may receive a motion to convene in closed session in City Hall, room 301-B, 200 East Wells Street, to consider the above promotion resolution, pursuant to Section 19.85(1)(c), Wis. Stat. to consider employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility, and to the extent applicable, or pursuant to Section 19.85 (1) (g) Wis. Stats. to confer with a representative of the City Attorney's Office who will render oral or written advice concerning strategy to be adopted by the Board with respect to litigation in which it is or is likely to become involved. The Board may then reconvene in open session concerning any such item following the closed session. Upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of persons with disabilities through sign language interpreters or auxiliary aids. For additional information or to request services, contact the Fire and Police Commission ADA Coordinator at 414-286-5072, 414-286-5050 (fax), 414-286-2960 (TDD    Not available