Police Involved Shootings
The city of Miami is set to hand over future investigations into police-involved shootings and in-custody deaths to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE).
One man is dead, a Broward Sheriff’s deputy injured after a shoot out in the parking lot of an Oakland Park motel.
Former 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.
Within hours of the release of a damning report from the Department of Justice about Miami Police’s use of deadly force in shootings, politicians, Miami Police, and the Fraternal Order of Police have started to weigh in.
The United States Justice Department released the results of a lengthy investigation into the Miami Police Department and the results are anything but what Miami officials wanted to see.
Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle now knows who she will face off against to keep her job come November.
It’s where most police officers back in the day got their start, the good ole walking beat.
It’s a stunning story. Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito says in January, he was offered what he considered to be a $400,000 bribe.
Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito has responded to a report evaluating his department and said the department acted properly in a series of seven controversial officer-involved shootings in seven months.
A long awaited report on the management of the Miami Police department under Police Chief Miguel Exposito has found there is no reason to fire the chief, but it suggested the city begin the process of replacing him when he retires next year, and made a number of recommendations for changes in the department.