An agreement reached Tuesday would be a win-win situation for both the city of Miami and its police officers.
31 South Florida FHP troopers have been given oral reprimands for speeding and must also attend a 4 hour ethics course, the result of a Sun-Sentinel investigation into police officers ignoring the speed limit.
The Dade County PBA, a union that represents police officers, has filed a lawsuit in response to layoffs ordered by the mayor.
There are thirteen newly certified police officers ready to protect and serve in the City of Miami.
The City of Miami Police Department is now looking for a few good men and women after it lifted a 2-year hiring freeze.
City of Miami commissioners are meeting Thursday to discuss possibly hiring more police officers.
A 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.
The city of Hollywood has become a lightning rod after the city decided to lay-off thirteen police officers. And the city’s police chief isn’t holding anything back in a stinging letter to the mayor and commissioners.
“Don’t Tase me, ‘Bro!” That plea went viral after an encounter between Taser-weilding police and a protestor at the University of Florida in 2007. It is a plea that wouldn’t be necessary in the case of many City of Miami police officers.