Police Benevolent Association
In the moments before and after a dozen Miami Beach and Hialeah police officers opened fire on a car during the 2011 Memorial Day weekend, there was chaos on the police radio.
The Vice President of the Broward County Police Benevolent Association said the officers caught on cell phone video taking down a Broward county teenager did nothing wrong.
A Miami-Dade circuit court bailiff has been arrested for allegedly accepting cash in exchange for fixing traffic tickets, according to the State Attorney’s Office.
An Opa-Locka mother said her 13 year old son was raped and she put part of the blame on two of the city’s police officers.
A state judge has struck down a new law that required public employees to contribute 3-percent of their income to their retirement pensions.
Florida Governor Rick Scott will not appeal a court ruling that scuttled the administration’s plans to privatize prisons in South Florida.
As Miami-Dade County and it’s police union battle over concessions and cost breaks, a day long negotiation session Friday produced some movement, but not nearly enough to satisfy the county.
With nearly 100 Miami-Dade police jobs on the line, county administrators and police union representatives wrapped up their first day of haggling over a collective bargaining deal.
Hollywood commissioners unanimously approved the city budget that had pitted the financially strapped city against its unions.
The attorney for Michelle Spence-Jones says she never should have been prosecuted for grand theft and the Miami-Dade Police union is raising additional concerns about the State Attorney’s office.