Milwaukee Police Supervisors’ Organization


Fellow Members,

All of you are aware of horrific circumstances surrounding the murder of the daughter and granddaughter of Konrad Ellenberger.  Konrad, a retired MPD Lieutenant and Past President of the MPSO, is one of the most decent men I’ve had the privilege of working with.  The devastation to him and his wife defy my ability to put into words.  We recently received the following email:

I am asking that you appeal to the membership of the MPSO to write Community Impact Statements to the judge that will decide the sentence for the evil creature that murdered my daughter Jessica Marie Ellenberger and granddaughter Madyson Marie Marshel.


These Community Impact statements must be read by the judge and they are also given to the District Attorney and the Defense Attorney.  They are used by the judge for sentencing purposes but they would like to have them as soon as possible.


If anyone wants to understand how horrific this crime really was they should read the criminal complaint.  That alone should be motivation enough for your members to write a Community Impact Statement.


I have attached the letter we are sending out to our friends and relatives.  The letter indicates how the statement should be formatted and where the statements should be sent.  This letter is in Word format so you can edit it if necessary.  I have also included a couple of Community Impact Statements as examples and the criminal complaint.


I have also attached a photo of Jessie and Mady so the members can see the faces behind this tragedy.


Sincerely yours,

Konrad H. Ellenberger   

MPSO Impact Letter

Impact Statements Examples

Criminal Complaint Fowler, Patrick D.

Download the above for instructions.  Read the criminal complaint.  Then join me in supporting Konrad and our community.  The prosecutor and judge must know that we demand that justice be done, and that this murderer be permanently removed from our society.

Take the time to write a simple letter, and don’t put it off.  Good intentions and “I was going to do that” are worthless.


Nick Kerhin


Milwaukee Police Supervisors’ Organization

Time Donation Program

As most of our member know, member Sebastian Raclaw has has recently qualified for time donations because of his serious illness. The MPSO encourages our members to donate.  If you do decide to help, we prefer the following procedure:

  1. 1. Fill out the donation forms in 8 hour increments.  If you wish to donate more time, fill out multiple forms, e.g. if giving 40 hours, fill out 5 forms for 8 hours.  This allows us to spread out the donations and tailor donations to needs.

  2. 2.Send the forms to the MPSO Hall, or to any MPSO Board members.  If sent directly to the city, you will be charged the hours, whether they are used or not.

  3. 3.Vice-President Carmelo Patti will coordinate the donations.  Questions can be directed to him.

Any generosity is greatly appreciated.  Download the Donor Leave Intent Form pdf.


As our members are aware, the state law which overruled the City of MIlwaukee’s residency requirement for our members has been winding it’s way through the Wisconsin judiciary.  In the latest twist, the Court of Appeals has now ruled that law unconstitutional, essentially restoring the City’s right to impose residency.

The Wisconsin State Supreme Court has now decided to review this case, and we have no firm time frame as to when we can expect a decision.

Meanwhile, the City’s official position is as follows:

“On July 21, 2015, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals rightfully issued a unanimous decision upholding the City of Milwaukee’s 75 year old residency ordinance. The ordinance requires all city employees to become residents of the city within 6 months of hire, and to remain residents as a condition of being employed by the city. The Court’s decision held that under the Home Rule Amendment to the Wisconsin Constitution, the City of Milwaukee is entitled to enforce the ordinance in spite of a state statute enacted in June, 2013 to the contrary.

The City of Milwaukee is committed to continuing its residency rule. However, in consideration of uncertainty during the time it may take to know whether the Wisconsin Supreme Court will review the case, the City has agreed to continue to suspend enforcement of the ordinance. The City will fully enforce the ordinance once the Supreme Court either refuses review or affirms the Court of Appeals’ well-founded opinion. Employees who disregard the ordinance do so at their own risk.”

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Job Opportunities

Marquette University High School

Security Guard

Position summary:

Assist the security director, security team, and administration in maintaining a safe and secure environment for students, employees and guests, in accordance with prescribed procedures and practices to make for an efficient operation in achieving MUHS' mission.  This position also will act as an ambassador for the school as a member of the MUHS community and Near West Side community.

How to apply: If you are interested, please send a letter of interest, résumé and contact list of references to:

Human Resource Specialist, Marquette University High School

3401 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53208

Phone: 414-933-7220 | Fax: 414-933-3086

E-mail: | School Website:

Full description MUHS Security Guard

School Sisters of St. Francis


Part-time (24 hours per week) Security Officers needed to help aid the safety of our facility at School Sisters of St. Francis. These positions are either 1st or 2nd shift scheduled for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Duties include securing premise, monitoring surveillance, and assisting other departments, visitors, tenants, and residents. This position requires the ability to encounter with people in a tactful and diplomatic manner. 3 years of policing/security experience is required and benefits are available. Please contact the human resources assistant, Angie Preston, at 414-385-5229 or via her email to submit a resume.

State Fair Park Police

Officers who have retired in good standing and have an active LESB certification may call (414) 266-7033 for more information and an application.

Mount Mary University

Public Safety Officer:

2nd Shift: 3pm to 11pm - weekends

Mount Mary University is currently seeking an individual to contribute to the realization of our mission through the role of part time (2 days/week) Public Safety Officer.  Prior security experience and a valid WI driver’s license and CPR/AED certification preferred. 

For confidential consideration, please apply on line at or send resume to  

Any questions, please feel free to call 414-258-4810 and contact either Paul Leshok, Director of Public Safety at  x658 or Christine Lukas Human Resource Rep. at  x350.

University School of Milwaukee

Security Officer:

University School of Milwaukee is seeking part-time security officers; shifts vary, additional hours required on as needed basis. The ideal candidate will have the ability to be flexible beyond scheduled work hours, will have good communication skills, the ability to deal with a wide variety of people and situations, and to quickly and calmly assess situations. Interested candidates please send a resume to


2900 W. Forest Home Ave.

Milwaukee, WI 53215

(414) 672-MPSO

(414) 672-6798 (fax)