East District Neighborhood Officers
The mission of the Madison Police Department Neighborhood Police Officers is to create positive change within the specific neighborhood in which they are assigned. This is accomplished by working in a collaborative partnership with the community and neighborhood stakeholders to build trust, break down barriers and enhance the quality of life for all, toward the common goal of a successful, self-sustaining neighborhood.
The mission of the Madison Police Department Neighborhood Resource Officers is to create positive change within multiple neighborhoods or areas in which they are assigned. This is accomplished by working in collaborative partnerships with the community and neighborhood stakeholders to build trust, break down barriers and enhance the quality of life for all, toward the common goal of a successful, self-sustaining neighborhoods. The geographic scope of the NROs is flexible and will change as problems or neighborhood concerns change.
My name is Kiel Baitinger-Peterson. I have been a Police Officer for the City of Madison since 2015. In my free time, I like spending time outside camping, fishing, and hiking. My father was one of the first neighborhood officers the department had and he's the reason I became a police officer. I have a photo of him that ran in the newspaper back in 1987 about his position as Langdon Street Fraternity Liaison.
Hello everyone, my name is PO Graham and I am your East District Neighborhood Resource Officer. I have been with MPD for four years and I am excited to step into the role of NRO. In my free time I enjoy movies, reading, and spending time with my family and friends. I also have two pugs who I love and you can see pictured here. I am looking forward to engaging with the community!