Kenosha Prepares for Reaction to the Announcement of the Decision on Charges in the Officer-Involved Shooting of Jacob Blake

City of Kenosha Announces Precautionary Community Safety Measures

Mayor John Antaramian and Police Chief Daniel Miskinis on Monday, January 4, 2021 announced planned precautionary efforts to ensure the safety of the public, neighborhoods, businesses and protestors, to be implemented following the announcement of the charging decision by Kenosha County District Attorney, Michael Graveley, regarding the August 23, 2020 Kenosha Police-involved shooting of Jacob Blake.

Mayor Antaramian has been informed that the decision is likely to be announced within the first two weeks of January and is working with Chief Miskinis and other partners to protect peaceful demonstration and to guard against unlawful activity. Our responsibility to public safety is paramount, and we are preparing for a number of possible public demonstration and safety efforts including:

▪️ Designation of a demonstration space
▪️ Limitations on City bus routes
▪️ Road closures
▪️ Curfew
▪️ Protective fencing

More detailed public safety updates will be provided to media outlets in the form of media releases, and updates also will be posted at the following locations for the public. The City of Kenosha strongly advise following these sites to ensure citizens are receiving the most up-to-date and accurate information.

▪️ Kenosha Police Department Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/.Kenoshapolice/

▪️ Kenosha Police Department Twitter feed https://twitter.com/@kenoshapolice

▪️ City of Kenosha Twitter feed https://twitter.com/City_of_Kenosha

◾️ If necessary, Emergency Alert messages may be sent via cell phones

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