Michael V. Crivello currently serves the members of the I.U.P.A. as the International Secretary – Treasurer.
Michael V. Crivello started his law enforcement career in 1986 with USAF Security Police. During his career in the military/National Guard he deployed to over twenty countries. He served at the Pentagon and State Headquarters; he was forward deployed in response to the 9-11 attacks; and retired as a Command Chief Master Sergeant in 2009.
Mike Crivello retired from the Milwaukee Police Department after completing greater than twenty-seven years of service [1991-2019]. Throughout his career, he had worked many assignments starting in patrol; was on the ground floor of the creation of the, now, very credible beat/bicycle program; served on a Federal Task Force; performed undercover work in the Vice Control Division; while working in the Sensitive Crime Division, he specialized in crimes against children; he worked various assignments in the Criminal Investigations Bureau; and he also served as an adjunct instructor, specializing in Defense and Arrest Tactics (DAAT). Mike completed his career in the promoted rank of Detective.
Mike has been a successful Milwaukee Police Association Steward and Trustee, with an undeniable focus toward membership care. He served as the Union President from 2010-2018. As President, he was the Chair of Bargaining, Executive Committee, Fire & Police Commission relations, Legal Claims, Public Relations & Publications, and an Ex Officio of all other committees. President Crivello was also a registered Lobbyist. With many successes and accomplishments – under his leadership, he maintained collective bargaining for public safety, lifted the salaries of his membership greater than twenty-seven percent, and repealed a seventy-eight year draconian law which prohibited the individual choice of residency – members were finally permitted, by law, to live beyond the limits of the city boundaries.
Mike currently serves the members of the I.U.P.A. as the International Secretary – Treasurer.
“ It is an absolute great honor to be associated with the finest men and women of law enforcement – members of the I.U.P.A. It is my personal pledge to work tirelessly to ensure the greatest level of care and assistance to our Locals. ”