Community Impact Alerts

June 2014 Community Impact Offense Alerts

June 2014

The Community Impact Offense Alert is a collaborative effort between the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office, 27th Street West Drug Free Coalition and Safe & Sound. The alert is distributed on a monthly basis to community stakeholders through a variety of means and provides specific information on charged drug and/or weapons offenses, including the case number, name, charges, offense address and the defendant's next court date. Block clubs, youth leadership groups, public officials, law enforcement and a host of other community stakeholders receive the alert. Moreover, a form is provided to submit a community impact statement to the courts, enabling a voice not otherwise heard for the indirect victims of drug and gun crimes. Individual community members can describe in detail how the offender or offense has personally affected them, their block, and the community as a whole. When submitted to the courts, it provides a broader picture of the harm caused by drug and gun crimes. You can sign up to receive the alerts to learn about what is happening in your neighborhood, on your block; and you can have an opinion through the Community Impact Statement. June Alert Information 2014 Community-Impact-Statement-Form_x

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May 2014 Charged Gun and Drug Offense Alerts

May 2014

The Community Impact Offense Alert is a collaborative effort between the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office, 27th Street West Drug Free Coalition and Safe & Sound. The alert is distributed on a monthly basis to community stakeholders through a variety of means and provides specific information on charged drug and/or weapons offenses, including the case number, name, charges, offense address and the defendant's next court date. Block clubs, youth leadership groups, public officials, law enforcement and a host of other community stakeholders receive the alert. Moreover, a form is provided to submit a community impact statement to the courts, enabling a voice not otherwise heard for the indirect victims of drug and gun crimes. Individual community members can describe in detail how the offender or offense has personally affected them, their block, and the community as a whole. When submitted to the courts, it provides a broader picture of the harm caused by drug and gun crimes. You can sign up to receive the alerts to learn about what is happening in your neighborhood, on your block; and you can have an opinion through the Community Impact Statement. MAY Drug Alert Information 2014 Community-Impact-Statement-Form_x

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April 2014 Charged Gun and Drug Offense Alerts

April 2014

The Community Impact Offense Alert is a collaborative effort between the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office, 27th Street West Drug Free Coalition and Safe & Sound. The alert is distributed on a monthly basis to community stakeholders through a variety of means and provides specific information on charged drug and/or weapons offenses, including the case number, name, charges, offense address and the defendant's next court date. Block clubs, youth leadership groups, public officials, law enforcement and a host of other community stakeholders receive the alert. Moreover, a form is provided to submit a community impact statement to the courts, enabling a voice not otherwise heard for the indirect victims of drug and gun crimes. Individual community members can describe in detail how the offender or offense has personally affected them, their block, and the community as a whole. When submitted to the courts, it provides a broader picture of the harm caused by drug and gun crimes. You can sign up to receive the alerts to learn about what is happening in your neighborhood, on your block; and you can have an opinion through the Community Impact Statement. April Drug Alert Information 2014 Community-Impact-Statement-Form_x

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December Charged Gun and Drug Offenses

November 2013

The Community Impact Offense Alert is a collaborative effort between the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office, 27th Street West Drug Free Coalition and Safe & Sound. The alert is distributed on a monthly basis to community stakeholders through a variety of means and provides specific information on charged drug and/or weapons offenses, including the case number, name, charges, offense address and the defendant's next court date. Block clubs, youth leadership groups, public officials, law enforcement and a host of other community stakeholders receive the alert. Moreover, a form is provided to submit a community impact statement to the courts, enabling a voice not otherwise heard for the indirect victims of drug and gun crimes. Individual community members can describe in detail how the offender or offense has personally affected them, their block, and the community as a whole. When submitted to the courts, it provides a broader picture of the harm caused by drug and gun crimes. You can sign up to receive the alerts to learn about what is happening in your neighborhood, on your block; and you can have an opinion through the Community Impact Statement. Community Impact Offense Alert-2013 December Community-Impact-Statement-Form_x

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Charged Drug and Weapons Offenses in Milwaukee County

August 2013

The Community Impact Offense Alert is a collaborative effort between the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office, 27th Street West Drug Free Coalition and Safe & Sound. The alert is distributed on a monthly basis to community stakeholders through a variety of means and provides specific information on charged drug and/or weapons offenses, including the case number, name, charges, offense address and the defendant's next court date. Block clubs, youth leadership groups, public officials, law enforcement and a host of other community stakeholders receive the alert. Moreover, a form is provided to submit a community impact statement to the courts, enabling a voice not otherwise heard for the indirect victims of drug and gun crimes. Individual community members can describe in detail how the offender or offense has personally affected them, their block, and the community as a whole. When submitted to the courts, it provides a broader picture of the harm caused by drug and gun crimes. You can sign up to receive the alerts to learn about what is happening in your neighborhood, on your block; and you can have an opinion through the Community Impact Statement. Community Impact Offense Alert-2013 September Community-Impact-Statement-Form_x

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Community Impact Offense Alert - May 2013

May 2013

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Community Impact Offense Alert - April 2013

April 2013

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Charged Drug and Weapons Offenses in Milwaukee County

April 2013

impact-alert-01The Community Impact Offense Alert is a collaborative effort between the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office and Safe & Sound. The alert is distributed on a bi-monthly basis to community stakeholders through a variety of means and provides specific information on charged drug and/or weapons offenses, including the case number, name, charges, offense address and the defendant's next court date. Block clubs, youth leadership groups, public officials, law enforcement and a host of other community stakeholders receive the alert. Moreover, a form is provided to submit a community impact statement to the courts, enabling a voice not otherwise heard for the indirect victims of drug and gun crimes. Individual community members can describe in detail how the offender or offense has personally affected them, their block, and the community as a whole. When submitted to the courts, it provides a broader picture of the harm caused by drug and gun crimes.

 
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Community Impact Offense Alert - March 2013

March 2013

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Community Impact Offense Alert - February 2013

February 2013

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Community Impact Offense Alert - January 2013

January 2013

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Community Impact Offense Alert - December 2012

December 2012

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Community Impact Offense Alert - November 2012

November 2012

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Community Impact Offense Alert - October 2012

October 2012

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Community Impact Offense Alerts - September 2012

September 2012

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Community Impact Offense Alerts - July 2012

July 2012

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Community Impact Offense Alerts - June 2012

June 2012

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April 2012

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Community Impact Offense Alert – February 2012

January 2012

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Community Impact Offense Alert - May 2011

May 2011

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Community Impact Offense Alert - March 2011

March 2011

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Community Impact Offense Alert - January 2011

March 2011

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Community Impact Offense Alert - October 2010

October 2010

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Community Impact Offense Alert - August 2010

August 2010

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Community Impact Offense Alert - June 2010

June 2010

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Community Impact Offense Alert - February 2010

February 2010

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Community Impact Offense Alert-November 2009

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