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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.
Miami-Dade Mayor Reveals Budget PlanMiami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez announced a plan to trim $64 million in his budget Tuesday.
Exclusive: Re-enactment Shows Officer Of The Year's Heroic EffortsDramatic new videotape shows how close Miami-Dade Police Officer Mario Gutierrez came to losing his life when he was viciously stabbed by a suspect who had set fire to a gas station near Miami International Airport last October.
Report Questions Deadly Actions Of MDPD OfficersA newly released report calls into question the deadly actions of several Miami-Dade Police officers three years after a sting operation by Miami-Dade Police went wrong and it left four people dead.
Video: Officer "Failed To Render Aid" For Dying Crash VictimsIt was October 16 on South Dixie Highway in Pinecrest that an allegedly careless driver struck and horribly injured University of Miami graduate student Ying Chin, and fellow student Hao Liu.
Recordings Show Complete Chaos During 2011 Urban Beach ShootingsIn 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.