Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen yesterday hosted a law enforcement roundtable to discuss various issues that could impact police work.
The group, meeting at the West Allis Police and Court Center, included elected officials, community leaders, judges and public safety officials from throughout Milwaukee County.
Topics included Internet crimes against children, drunken driving, vehicle registration and the possible elimination of the front license plate.
The roundtable can be viewed at wiseye.org.
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