Chief Manuel Orosa
A man accused of killing a Miami police officer during a traffic stop in 1988 accepted a plea deal Wednesday.
Miami’s Police Chief Manuel Orosa called for a press conference to address issues with the Critical Mass bike rides in the city.
A joint initiative between Miami’s mayor, the police chief, and some school board members has formed with one goal in mind–increased school safety.
The Ultra Music Festival at Bayfront Park in Downtown Miami wrapped up Sunday night, possibly for the last time.
History will be made at the Miami Police Department as the first female will be appointed to Assistant Chief of Police.
Leonardo Lopez, the man accused of savagely beating a gas station clerk and leading police on a wild chase, has a rap sheet you could paper a wall with—that’s why police say they’re determined to put him away for quite some time.
It wasn’t your typical Miami city commission meeting, Thursday. No politics, no tough decisions, just one proposal that involved a ring.
Within hours of the release of a damning report from the Department of Justice about Miami Police’s use of deadly force in shootings, politicians, Miami Police, and the Fraternal Order of Police have started to weigh in.
The United States Justice Department released the results of a lengthy investigation into the Miami Police Department and the results are anything but what Miami officials wanted to see.
Miami Police Chief Manuel Orosa says he’s taking steps right now to curb crime after a violent week in the Miami area in which two 16-year-old boys have lost their lives to gunfire and two others have been hospitalized with gunshot wounds.