If this was the Milwaukee County Jail, then your complaint would normally be reviewed by the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Department Internal Affairs Division. I would contact them to find out who is investigating the complaint. If you plan to pursue a claim for some type of injuries or damages, there is a Notice of Injury form filing requirement that requires that you file a Notice of Injury form with the County Clerk's Office within 120 days from the date of any injury or damages. The Notice puts the County on notice of a possible future claim. A failure to file the Notice of Injury form in a timely manner could prevent you from successfully pursuing a claim for any damages. Also, be aware that there is a three year statute of limitations time period which requires that any injury/damages settlement or a lawsuit be filed within three years from the date of the incident. Assuming that you have not been charged with a crime, you probably have little to worry about, however, if you have further concerns, I would suggest that you consult with a local attorney by phone or in person to discuss the concerns in more detail.Ask a similar question
Your post does not strike me as a description of harassment. The type of attorney would be one who reglarly sues governmental unit and has some experience with harassment.
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