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Milwaukee's ousted police chief can have job back: judge

Milwaukee's ousted police chief can have job back: judge
Just a day after a Milwaukee panel selected a new acting police chief, a judge gave ousted Police Chief Alfonso Morales his job back. Friday’s ruling reverses an August decision by the city’s fire and police commission to demote Morales over his handling of numerous incidents involving Black people, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Just a day after a Milwaukee panel selected a new acting police chief, a judge gave ousted Police Chief Alfonso Morales his job back.But it’s unclear what happens now since the commission just named a new acting police chief this week and continues to search for a permanent chief.Judge gives ousted Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales his job back — a day after city replaced him (Nuccio DiNuzzo/Getty Images) Judge Christopher Foley did not give any instructions about what to do next.” Connecticut police chief charged with rigging his own promotion, resigns in disgrace » The former — and possibly future — police chief was demoted in the summer after he ordered cops to use pepper spray and tear gas to break up protests in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis.

The dilemma is even more complex because Morales, who had been demoted to captain, retired after losing the top job.Morales demoted to captain and appealing that demotion.

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