Police, Fire & More To Participate In Emergency Drill Across Miami-DadeSeveral law enforcement agencies, fire rescue departments and other organizations will be participating in a massive emergency drill across Miami-Dade County on Saturday, February 6th.
ACLU: Blacks Ticketed For Seat Belts Twice Rate Of Whites In FloridaBlack drivers in Florida were twice as likely as white drivers to be stopped and cited for failing to wear a seat belt, according to a new study by the American Civil Liberties Union.
Miami Beach Cops May Have Broken Their Own Rules In ShootingMiami Beach police appear to have violated their own policies and procedures while confronting a man armed with a straight edge razor Saturday, resulting in him being shot and killed by what is commonly known as “sympathetic gunfire,” according to a CBS4 News investigation.
Attempted Bank Robber's Identity Released After Fatal Police ShootingMiami Beach Police said David W. Winesett, 51 escaped from a half-way house for prisoners in Little Havana before attempting to rob a Bank of America on Miami Beach.
Investigation Underway In Deadly Police Involved ShootingMiami-Dade police are investigating a deadly shooting involving a Miami Beach police officer.
Police: Baby Falls From Boat While Mother Was NappingPolice said a 17-month-old baby died Friday after he fell from a boat while his mother was taking a nap.
Miami Beach Police Trying To Crack Down On Bike TheftsBike thefts are a growing problem in many cities across the country.
Armed Man Caught On Camera Robbing Miami Beach Dollar StoreMiami Beach Police said they need the community’s help in catching a man who robbed a local dollar store at gunpoint.
Miami Beach Police Step Up Efforts To Find 'Serial Creeper'Miami Beach Police have linked a sexual battery case to that of a man wanted in Miami and Coral Gables for dozens of crimes.
Miami Beach Police Demo New Taser, Explain Policy ChangesMiami Beach Police Department is rolling out changes to its Taser policy and transitioning its officers to new devices.
MB Police Issue New Policy After Racist, Sexually Charged EmailsMiami Beach Police issued a new policy Monday following a scandal over thousands of offensive emails discovered inside the police department.
Facing South Florida: Miami Beach Officers And Racist Emails Part IIState Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle and Miami Beach Police Chief Dan Oates held a news conference to discuss their investigation into thousands of offensive emails discovered inside the police department.

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