Police & Fire Commission

Meetings

  • Third Thursday of each month at 6 p.m.
  • January, March, May, July, September, and November meetings are held at the West Allis Police and Court Center, 11301 W Lincoln Avenue
  • February, April, June, August, October, and December meetings are held at the West Allis Fire Administration Building, 7332 W National Avenue
  • All meetings are public meetings. In order for the general public to make comments at meetings however, an individual would need to schedule an appearance with the President of the Board or with the appropriate Chief

Agenda and Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings
Agendas are available in the Legislative Information Center

Minutes are available following approval
Minutes are available in the Legislative Information Center

Agendas from 2017 and earlier
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Minutes from 2017 and earlier
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Responsibilities

  • Organize and supervise the Fire and Police Departments
  • Prescribe rules and regulations for their management and control

Police & Fire Commissioners

The Mayor, village president or town chairperson appoints the members of a Police and Fire Commission. A Commissioner's term of office is five (5) years. The current board of Police and Fire Commissioners are as noted:

  • Commissioner Amy Heron, President
  • Commissioner Kurt Kopplin, Vice President
  • Commissioner Mark Manthei, Secretary
  • Commissioner Aaron Konkol
  • Commissioner Danielle Romain

Staff Support

Staff support for the Police and Fire Commission is provided jointly by the Police Department, 414-302-8000 and the Fire Department, 414-302-8900, The mailing address for official communications is West Allis Board of Police and Fire Commissioners, 7332 W National Avenue, West Allis, WI 53214

Police and Fire Complaint Procedure

In order to file an official complaint against a member of the Police or the Fire Department, a Citizen Complaint form Police Citizen Complaint Form (PDF) or Fire Citizen Complaint Form (PDF) should be completed and submitted as indicated on the form. It is encouraged that citizens review the Citizen Complaint Procedure Guide Police Commendation/Complaint Citizen Guide (PDF) or Fire Commendation/Complaint Citizen Guide (PDF) prior to submitting a complaint form.