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The City of Miami Police Department said they have a relieved an officer of duty after a video started circulating on social media showing alleged police brutality.
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Man Allegedly Beat On Camera By Miami Cop Speaks Out

A man who appears to be punched by a City of Miami Police officer after being handcuffed and placed in the back of a police car is speaking about what took place Thursday.

08/18/2015

The City of Miami Police Department said they have a relieved an officer of duty after a video started circulating on social media showing alleged police brutality.
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Miami Officer Relieved Of Duty After Video Shows Alleged Police Brutality

The City of Miami Police Department said they have relieved an officer of duty after a video started circulating on social media showing alleged police brutality.

08/13/2015

A 10-year is old is in the hospital after he was shot in the head Tuesday evening. City of Miami Police said it all happened at 1975 NW 4th Court. As of 11:00 p.m., much of the neighborhood remained blocked off. (Source: CBS4)

Police: Juvenile Crime on The Rise In Miami

Violent crime in the City of Miami has been dropping over the past ten years, but juvenile crime has been rising, according to police and young people are becoming the targets more than before.

03/25/2015

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Painful Reminder For Mother Of Slain Miami Officer

A South Florida mother is coping with the painful reminder that she will have to bury her son, an officer who was found dead in his Pembroke Pines home.

05/11/2014

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Officer Found Dead Inside Pembroke Pines Home

The Pembroke Pines Police are investigating the death of a police officer, found dead inside his home.

05/10/2014

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Family, Friends Mourn Loss Of Miami Officer

Family, friends, and fellow Miami Police officers are mourning the loss of Officer Carl Patrick who was found dead in his home Friday.

05/10/2014

Reclaim Trailer Park (Source: CBS4)

Miami Police Look To Restore Paradise To Mobile Home Park

Miami Police and other agencies raided a notorious mobile home park that has had more than 2,000 calls for help in the past five years because of crime and where authorities say living conditions are “intolerable.”

CBS Miami–08/06/2013