Florida Fraternal Order Of Police Demanding Increased Safety Measures After Shootings Of OfficersFour police officers across the country were shot on Sunday.
Police Lights Turn Jitters Into Smiles In Miami BeachRed and blue lights shining in your rear view mirror can give any driver the jitters but that wasn't the case Tuesday morning.
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.
Man Allegedly Beat On Camera By Miami Cop Speaks OutA man who appears to be punched by a City of Miami Police officer after being handcuffed and placed in the back of a police car is speaking about what took place Thursday.
Miami Officer Relieved Of Duty After Video Shows Alleged Police BrutalityThe City of Miami Police Department said they have relieved an officer of duty after a video started circulating on social media showing alleged police brutality.
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.
Ft. Lauderdale Officers Give Gifts Not Tickets During ‘Operation Santa Stop’Some drivers in Fort Lauderdale thought they were going to get a ticket, but instead they saw their Christmas dreams come true.
Exclusive: Miami Cops Implicated In Alleged Tow Truck KickbacksThree City of Miami police officers and two Public Service Aides have been relieved of duty following an 18-month investigation into allegations they received thousands of dollars in kickbacks from tow truck companies, CBS4 News has learned.
Miami Commission Approves Budget Proposal Working into the wee hours of Wednesday morning, the Miami city commissioners approved a proposed $558 million budget.
Cop Firing Deemed Unjustifiable For Deadly Shooting Of Unarmed Man The firing of a Miami Police Officer who was discharged following the shooting of an unarmed man in Miami has been ruled unjustifiable according to arbitrator who said he should be reinstated.
Police Union Members Walk Out On Talks About Off-Duty Work Fed up Miami Beach Police Union members got up and walked out on newly appointed Police Chief Daniel Oates after failing to come to an agreement about the suspension of off-duty police jobs.
Painful Reminder For Mother Of Slain Miami Officer A South Florida mother is coping with the painful reminder that she will have to bury her son, an officer who was found dead in his Pembroke Pines home.
Miami Police March To City Hall To Protest CutsAbout two dozen of Miami police union members gathered in Peacock Park in Coconut Grove Thursday morning then marched to City Hall where they held a protest during the city commission meeting.
Miami Cops Now Have To Check Guns At Door Of City HallMiami's police chief Manuel Orosa has been at odds with his officers for some time. Now the public feud between the union and the city just became a little more intense, as the chief is now taking officers guns away when they visit city hall.
No Decision For Pinecrest Officer Who Failed To Render Aid A Pinecrest police officer accused of failing to render aid at the scene of a deadly accident is expected to find out this afternoon if she will get to keep her job.