Miami Police Department

  • Agency: Miami Police Department
  • Address: 400 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami, 33101 FL
  • Chief:
Phone: (305) 603-6640

Miami Police Department is located at 400 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami, 33101 FL. The Miami Police Department phone number is (305) 603-6640.

Miami Police Department News

We have a gun buyback planned for March 17 at 10:00 a.m.

Did you know? Our Office of Emergency Management provides free Active Shooter Preparedness Training to businesses and organizations within the City of Miami. If you are interested, please contact us.

Good morning, Miami! Tune in to hear a message from Chief Colina with Enrique Santos WIOD Papa Keith and Fay On Air See below👇 for exact times and stations.

Happy President’s Day 🇺🇸 from all of us at the Miami Police Department.

Coconut Grove Arts Festival

‼️UPDATE ‼️1,000 applications have been received. Recruitment is now closed. Stay tuned for other opportunities later this year. Good luck to those who applied. It’s time! Beginning at 8 a.m. we will be accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Only the first 1000 applications will be accepted. Act fast! Good luck!

MPD Happy Hour (Brunch Edition): Jazz in the Lobby

Welcome home, Dwyane Wade! Glad to have you back. #WadeCounty

Meet and Greet Police Recruitment

Recruitment Meet and Greet

Great job by our brothers and sisters from the Miami Fire Department.

Come meet our recruiters February 6, 2018 6:00pm at the Hyatt Regency Miami/James L. Knight Center by the River (400 SE 2nd Ave Miami, FL). Bring your parking ticket from James L. Knight Garage and we will validate it! Also, Bring your questions and concerns for any position (Police officer, Dispatch, Crime scene). Learn about the hiring process, what documents you will need, and how to begin preparing for the application opening day. If you can't make it, we will be LIVE on Facebook for Q/A during the Meet and Greet so be sure to tune in.

A little girl asked an officer to take Mr. Moosey so that it could keep him safe. Watch the video to see what happened next!

Today we had a family plea for 18-year-old Malcolm Nicholas III, who was shot and killed on November 12, 2017 at approximately 7:15 p.m. at N.W. 5th Avenue and 17th Street. Officers, detectives and family members are passing out Wanted Information flyers now and asking anyone with information to please come forward. Contact Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.

Many stories of perseverance and determination for causes that have contributed so much to the world. Many trailblazers who paved the way for others. This month, we recognize and celebrate culture and history. Join us as we celebrate Black History Month with a host of events. From “A Taste of the Miami Police North Station” to music and Junkanoo Shakers, we invite all of you! How many of the people in the photo do you recognize and how well do you know about their contributions?

Swearing-in Ceremony Chief J Colina

Calling all prospective Police Officers! We will begin accepting applications February 12, 2018. Only the first 1,000 applications will be selected for review. For questions regarding the hiring process you can email our Recruitment and Selection Unit at Thank you @MSNWBulls1955 for bringing the flavor to our Big Announcement!

MPD Happy Hour: Young Entrepreneurs Day

Appointment of new MPD Chief Jorge Colina Miami Police Department

We are dedicated to keeping residents safe! To ensure our officers are prepared for the challenges we face, it is imperative that we stay abreast of the most current information and tools to better serve our community. Miami PD Bomb Squad Detective Robert Rodriguez recently attended the FBI's Hazardous Devices School where he trained with the latest intelligence and learned about properly assessing threats.

MLK Day is right around the corner. Each year, we look forward to parades, festivities and more to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. As Monday approaches, let’s remember to be safe as we observe the life and legacy of Dr. King.

Please help. 👇❄️

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. As part of our Social Media 101 Series we have created this SPECIAL EDITION installment to address a very serious issue affecting our teens. HUMAN SEX TRAFFICKING is something many people don't know exists in our communities and/or don't really understand what it is. In today's technologically advanced world, sex traffickers (Pimps) are using SOCIAL MEDIA and the internet to recruit teens as young as 13 into this modern day type of slavery. Please watch this quick video to get a better understanding on how it works and how you can protect your kids.

Happy New Year to all our Facebook friends! We hope 2018, brings you peace, happiness and good health.

MPD Hour: Viernes Culturales