PBA: Officer's "Shot Went Astray" In Attempt To Protect Black CaregiverThe Dade County Police Benevolent Association has offered some clarity following the officer-involved shooting of an unarmed black man in Miami.
Video Released Of Deputy Questioning In Deadly ShootingFor the first time, we are hearing what a Broward Sheriff's Deputy charged with manslaughter told investigators in the days after the deadly shooting of Jermaine McBean.
Attorney For Jermaine McBean’s Family Demands Apology From BSO After Court SceneThe attorney for the family of a man shot and killed by a Broward Sheriff's deputy is taking issue with the support that deputy received in court.
Show Of Support For Deputy Charged With ManslaughterDozens of fellow deputies showed up to a hearing to support a Broward Sheriff's deputy charged with manslaughter.
Workers Comp Case Drawing Heavy AttentionA Florida Supreme Court case challenging the constitutionality of the state's workers-compensation insurance system is drawing heavy interest from legal, public-safety and insurance-industry groups.
State's High Court Declines To Hear Police Labor DisputeThe Florida Supreme Court has decided against hearing an appeal by Miami-Dade County in a legal battle with a police union about allegations of unfair labor practices.
Miami-Dade Labor Dispute Goes To State Supreme CourtA Miami-Dade County has asked the state's highest court to take up a dispute between it and the County Police Benevolent Association which says the county committed an unfair labor practice.
Local Pension Reform Headed To Full SenateAfter a sometimes-tense hearing, the Senate Fiscal Policy Committee on Thursday unanimously approved a bill aimed at shoring up local pension plans for police officers and firefighters.
Gimenez Wants Body Cameras On Every Police OfficerAmid criticism over possible police misconduct in Ferguson, Mo., Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez said he wants a camera on every police officer.
Gimenez Set For Talks With Police Union Amid Possible Layoffs Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez is set to meet with leaders of the county's police union amid possible layoffs of about 400 employees.
Police Deputy Dir. Hopes Passionate Speech Will Save Jobs The graduation speech some South Florida police cadets heard Thursday was not a typical one.
Graduating MDPD Cadet Class Could Be Out Of Jobs By OctoberDozens of cadets graduated Thursday morning from the Miami-Dade Police Academy—but a job serving the community may not last long due to budget cuts.