Miguel Exposito

Exposito Wants Senate Investigation Of DOJ Report On MPD ShootingsFormer Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito asked the U.S. Senate to open an investigation into the recently completed Justice Department investigation of the Miami Police Department during a series of police-involved shootings between 2008 and 2011.
Ousted Miami Police Chief Exposito Loses Termination AppealA panel of Miami-Dade judges has denied a petition by former Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito to get his job back.
Ousted Miami Police Chief Exposito Appeals TerminationFormer City of Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito, who was fired last year by the commission, is appealing his termination.
Miami Officer Cleared In New Year's Deadly ShootingThe Miami-Dade State Attorney’s office has cleared a Miami police officer in the shooting death of a man in the city's Overtown neighborhood.
Flashback 2011: News Headliners In South FloridaA look back at the headline grabbing stories that filled 2011 in South Florida.
Miami's New Police Chief Sworn InSurrounded by family and friends, Manuel Orosa will be sworn in Tuesday as Miami’s new Chief of Police.
Miami's New Police Chief To Be Sworn In TuesdaySurrounded by family and friends, Manuel Orosa will be sworn in Tuesday as Miami’s new Chief of Police.
Five Finalists Remain For Miami's Top Cop JobThe search for a new top cop in the City of Miami has been narrowed down to five finalists and a decision may be made by Friday, according to CBS4 News partner The Miami Herald.
Feds To Probe Miami Police ShootingsThe deaths of seven African-American men at the hands of Miami police officers over a seven month period beginning in July of last year touched off outrage in the inner city communities who demanded an investigation.
Ousted Police Chief Miguel Exposito Suing To Get Job BackRecently ousted City of Miami police chief Miguel Exposito is fighting back against the very people who fired him last month.
Exposito’s Legal Bills Being Paid By Miami Taxpayers The City of Miami may have a new police chief, but taxpayers are still paying for the old one.
Miami Business Named In Exposito Hearings Plans To Sue CityA Miami small business owner is taking steps to sue the city of Miami after his cigar store is dragged through the mud in the Chief Miguel Exposito City Commission hearing. Jorge Salazar said prior to the hearing his store was a popular hangout for cops, with 30-40 coming through each day.