About two dozen of Miami police union members gathered in Peacock Park in Coconut Grove Thursday morning then marched to City Hall where they held a protest during the city commission meeting.
Miami’s police chief Manuel Orosa has been at odds with his officers for some time. Now the public feud between the union and the city just became a little more intense, as the chief is now taking officers guns away when they visit city hall.
City of Miami Police Chief Manuel Orosa welcomed 25 new recruits to the Miami Police Department Tuesday morning. The recruits started their first day at the police academy at a time when the department is having a difficult time recruiting officers.
City of Miami commissioners are working to find millions of dollars in the city’s budget to increase police pay in response to a outcry from officers and residents regarding public safety.
Budget cuts mean fewer officers on the streets of Miami. While many people agree that more officers are needed, no one wants to pay for them.
The Miami Fraternal Order of Police has come out swinging at the Miami Police Department in a commercial being circulated on the Internet.
Wednesday, around high noon, dozens of Miami Police officers lined up for riot training.
A young girl whose cancer battle inspired people around the world was laid to rest Friday.
A viewing was held Thursday for Bella Rodriguez-Torres, the 10-year old girl whose amazing outlook through her six year cancer fight inspired others to “Live Like Bella.”
An agreement reached Tuesday would be a win-win situation for both the city of Miami and its police officers.