Public Safety Survey: 70% say crime in Milwaukee is so bad, they’ve considered moving
MILWAUKEE — Your input could soon help make Milwaukee safer.
A Public Safety Survey in Milwaukee has been completed — with more than 1,600 people participating.
Participants said the three greatest problems in the city are: Carjackings, residential burglaries and reckless driving.
Residents said they want more officers on foot and bicycle.
70% of residents said they see crime in the city as such a big problem they’ve considered moving.
A Milwaukee Common Council committee will review these results. There could be a new safety plan in place in 2017.
CLICK HERE to view the survey results.