MPD: 'Programming issue,' 7K+ citations affected

Milwaukee Police Department (MPD)

The Milwaukee Police Department says a "programming issue" prevented Municipal Court from receiving citations issued by MPD members. 

According to police, an audit revealed approximately 7,280 traffic and non-traffic citations were affected. 

MPD is in the process of re-issuing the citations that are still within the two-year statute of limitations for an ordinance violation. 

The Milwaukee Police Department "appreciates the understanding of the public as we re-issue citations," 

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No further information is available at this time as an audit report containing further details will be published in the next couple of weeks.  


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