Attitudes, Legal Standards Help Make Police Convictions Rare Three years since the deadly police shootings of unarmed black people that launched the Black Lives Matter movement, few officers have been chargesd and none convicted in the high-profile deaths that prompted protests across the U.S.
National Doughnut Day: Police Departments RejoiceIt's National Doughnut Day, and police departments are celebrating accordingly.
Dade Cops Opt For "Save Our Streets" Program To Combat CrimeMiami-Dade Police officers spent the day making sure our community is safe.
Police Use of Social Media Expanding & It’s Raising New Concerns“Social media has become a new tool for law enforcement as people like to brag about crimes that they are doing...”
Police: Man Wanted In Dade Rape Cases Under ArrestA man wanted for reportedly raping two women including a 16-year-old girl in Miami-Dade County is under arrest.
Supreme Court Won't Hear Appeal Over Police Stun Gun UseThe Supreme Court will not hear an appeal from officers challenging new restrictions on their use of Taser guns on people trying to resist arrest.
Study: Body Cameras Slash Complaints Against OfficersBody Cameras on officers prompted a 93 percent drop in complaints made against them, according to a new study of British and U.S. Police.
ACLU Bills Would Require Transparency On Police SurveillanceBills being introduced in nearly a dozen cities is aiming to force police departments to disclose the surveillance technologies they use, the American Civil Liberties Union and other transparency advocates announced Wednesday.
Obama To Police: Thanks For Serving, 'We Have Your Backs'The nation will get through the aftermath of the recent killings of police officers, President Barack Obama said in an open letter to law enforcement.
FBI: 'Credible Threat' To Law Enforcement In South Florida The FBI warned officers in the South Florida area to be on high alert Friday over a 'credible threat.'
More Blacks Than Whites Got Tickets While Bicycling In TampaBlack cyclists in Tampa were more likely than whites to be stopped and ticketed by police, according to the U.S. Justice Department.
Family Says Officer Shot Their Dog During Search At Miami-Dade HomeA Miami family is angry after a Miami-Dade Police officer opened fire on their dog, killing him.