City of
Madison

District 1

Alder Barbara Harrington-McKinney

Alder Barbara Harrington-McKinney

Alder Barbara Harrington-McKinney

Contact Information

Home Address:

1209 Dayflower Drive
Madison , WI 53719

Council Office

Common Council Office:
210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd
Room 417
Madison, WI 53703
Phone: (608) 266-4071
Fax: (608) 267-8669
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Alder Harrington-McKinney’s Updates

D1 Support of West District Police Department

March 9, 2017 8:57 PM

D1 SUPPORTS

 THE GOOD WORK OF THE MADISON WEST POLICE DISTRICT
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West District Community Policing Team
The West community policing team spends a great deal of time addressing drug and weapon crimes. The team also focuses on traffic enforcement, problem-solving and community outreach. A typical week for a CPT officer can include executing a drug-related search warrant, performing a traffic enforcement project, attending a community meeting, conducting surveillance or looking for a wanted person.

Each community policing team officer is assigned a geographic portion of the district. The officers are responsible for monitoring crime patterns and neighborhood issues within their area.

MISSING RESIDENT FOUND SAFE AND UNHARMED
Incident Type
Missing Adult
Incident Date
03/08/2017 - 5:42 PM
Address
7100 E Valley Ridge Dr
Victim(s)
Nicholas Nawrocki, 21, of Madison
Update
Nicholas was located and returned home safely.
Details: Nicholas is on the autism spectrum and left his assisted living facility earlier this afternoon.  Nicholas was last seen at approximately 5pm, in the Hammersley and McKenna Rd area.  Nicholas was wearing a bright red parka, black pants and is described as 6' 240 lbs.  MPD is looking for assistance in locating Nicholas.If Nicholas is seen, please call the Dane County 911 Center.     Donahue

Scary Moment IN A SQUAD CAR
March 9, 2017 4:59 PM

Yesterday, Officer Andy Slawek was on routine patrol on the west side of Madison.  As he was driving along, the wind blew down a tree limb that smashed the windshield of the squad he was driving, luckily, he was not injured.

MPD needs your input!

March 8, 2017 11:43 AM

As many of you know, the OIR Group is currently conducting a comprehensive outside review of the MPD.  They are working to identify our strengths and areas for potential improvement and would like to hear from as many Madison residents as possible.

Below is a link to a short survey so that you can weigh-in and be heard.  Please take a couple of minutes to complete this.  We hope to learn as much as we can from this process.

Click the below link for the short survey:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/mpdstudy

MPD Study Survey

March 8, 2017 9:50 AM

The group (OIR) that is study the MPD has a survey for Madison residents.  This is your opportunity to provide some direct feedback to OIR.   Please take the time to provide your feedback.  Below is the link to their survey:

http://www.cityofmadison.com/mpdstudy/

Thank you,
Capt Jay Lengfeld

 

CHILI COOKOFF BY THE WEST DISTRICT POLICE!
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Family Safety and Chili Extravaganza

March 3, 2017 6:54 PM

If you follow the police beat in the paper, recent news coming out of the North and East sides has rocked the community.  Earlier this week we witnessed the death by homicide of a young man on East Washington Ave.  The week prior, four young men were seriously injured further out on The Ave. Between those two events, another young man was seriously injured in an incident on North Stoughton Rd.  All were victims of gun violence.

There is little doubt that those cases will be thoroughly investigated and those responsible will be brought to justice. There is also little doubt that across the country and in Madison we will continue to experience violent gun events often with tragic results. So what can we do to try to get out in front of the next event? What can we do to help prevent even one more episode of gun violence?

As it happens, even while the cases above were playing out, officers from our neighborhood cadre, the gang prevention unit and our safety education group were already planning a family safety event to address some of these issues.  Last Wednesday, families in the Truax Neighborhood on the northeast side were hosted at a safety event at the East Madison Community Center (EMCC).  The event focused primarily on kids and gun safety. The main message to kids if you see or find a gun?  "Stop! Don't touch! Get away!  Tell an adult."

To stress safety first, free gun locks and information on current Wisconsin firearms laws and safe gun handling were available to adults.

So how do you get families and kids, more than 75 in all, to an event about family safety?  Food, of course. The presentation was part of a community dinner at the First Annual Truax Chili Cook-off. Celebrity chefs included a team from Hawthorne Elementary School, Alder David Aherns, Officers Nieves-Reyes and Dexheimer, Sarah Gilmore, John Harmelink and Citizen Q. The consensus winner for best chili was Maria Loy's, Hawthorne Hot Pot o' Chili.

We know that events like these are only a small part of the gun violence reduction solution. But they are important in bringing awareness to those who find themselves in the proximity of firearms, be they legal, illegal or even facsimile. The Madison Police are long time practitioners of problem oriented, community policing and can attest to the value of relationships and community connections developed in these settings.

The department appreciates the outstanding efforts of our community partners in making this a successful event. We thank the staff at EMCC, the folks at The Road Home, The Madison Community Policing Foundation, Hawthorne Elementary School, Joining Forces for Families, Meridian Management Company, MG&E, Chick-fil-A, Alder Aherns, Police Officers Rodney Wilson, Terry Loos and Carren Corcoran and K9 Slim.

Neighborhood Resource Officer,
David Dexheimer




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