Police and Fire Commission (PFC)
Chief of Police Search 2019-2020
The Board of Police and Fire Commissioners of the City of Madison (PFC) continues to gather public input in its search for the next Chief of Police for the City of Madison. The PFC has established the following methods for public input:
- The PFC will be conducting virtual town hall meetings on the afternoon of Saturday, September 12, 2020, and the evening of Thursday, September 17, 2020. For more information, visit www.cityofmadison.com/PFC.
- The PFC is working with Local Voices Network (LVN) to guide small group conversations. For dates and information, visit https://lvn.org/PFC.
- Members of the public may submit written comments to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The PFC will be engaging with community members through call-in discussions on local radio shows, such as WORT (September 1, 2020, from Noon to 1:00 P.M.) and LaMovida (August 31, 2020, from 9:00 – 10:00 A.M.)
- The PFC continues to obtain public input at its meetings from individuals and organizations. To register, e-mail email@example.com.
- Community members may leave a voice message with their input (which will be transcribed). To leave a message, call: (608) 266-6574.
- Community members may provide written input via U.S. Mail to the following address: Attorney Jenna E. Rousseau, 205 Doty Street, Suite 201, Green Bay, WI 54301.
- For information and updates, visit the PFC’s webpage: www.cityofmadison.com/PFC.
The virtual town hall meeting on September 17, 2020, will be the final opportunity for the public to provide guided general input through interactive discussions with the PFC regarding the qualities and characteristics that the PFC should consider for the next Chief of Police. The PFC will continue to receive general input via e-mail, telephone message, and U.S. Mail. The PFC anticipates that once it identifies finalists for the position, it will re-engage the public in the process.
Attend a Meeting of the Police and Fire Commission
Regular meetings on the second Monday of each month provide ongoing oversight of the Madison Police Department and Madison Fire Department. Meetings listed as “Special Meeting – Working Session” are specific to the Chief of Police recruitment process.
Members of the public are always allowed to speak for up to three minutes at the start of every PFC meeting.
Police and Fire Commission (PFC) Complaint Procedures and Rules
- To file a complaint with PFC: PFC Complaint Form
- Rules of the Board of Police and Fire Commissioners of the City of Madison: PFC Rules
- Information on PFC: Roster and Staff Contact
Police and Fire Commission (PFC) Decisions
Note: This list and the attached decisions are a sample only and are not a comprehensive collection of all decisions by the Board.
In Alphabetical Order:
- Amesqua vs. Barlow
- Amesqua vs. Behrend
- Amesqua vs. Elvord
- Amesqua vs. Gentilli
- Amesqua vs. Greer
- Amesqua vs. Madden
- Amesqua vs. Patterson
- Amesqua vs. Reznikoff
- Amesqua vs. Wagner
- Durkin vs. Gilbert
- Lueders vs. Riley
- Tayler vs. Tieu, Sweeney, Coutts, Needelman
- Williams vs. Williams
- Wray vs. Grogan, 2006 Posted 11/27/06
- Wray vs. Grogan, 2008
- Wray vs. Henderson Re-Posted 03/29/07