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

On October 26, 2017, at approximately 11:00 p.m., a white female exited a newer model silver Nissan Pathfinder, and broke the window of a vehicle that was parked at the Walgreens Pharmacy located at 655 N.W. 57 Avenue. The suspect stole a tote bag containing the victim’s wallet, electronics, U.S. Currency and a Rolex watch. All the items are valued at over $10,000. Anyone with information please contact the Miami Police Department’s Burglary Unit at (305) 603-6030. If you wish to remain anonymous you can contact Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at (305) 471- TIPS (8477)

MPD Happy Hour: Palm Court Series with Arturo Sandoval

We are asking for anyone with information regarding the murder of Fabian Alberto Justiniani to contact Miami Dade Crimestoppers at 305-471-TIPS (8477). The incident occurred on October 31st, 2017, in the area of NW 22nd Avenue & NW 38th Street (Allapattah).

K-9 Tank is asking for your help. Just follow the link below in the comments to VOTE for the Miami Police Department's K-9 unit (just type in Miami and itll save you time scrolling :). so they can win the Aftermath Cares Grant which allows them to purchase the necessary items to help our pups keep their community safe.

Promotional ceremony: Part Three 15 Executive Staff Members One Captain 23 Lieutentants 33 Sergeants

Promotional ceremony: Part Two 15 Exectutive staff members One Captain 23 Lieutentants 33 Sergeants

Promotional ceremony: Part One 15 Execturive staff members One Captain 23 Lieutentants 33 Sergeants

It has been 25 years since we lost Officer Osvaldo Canalejo. But for the past 25 years, a group of officers, many who are now retired, continue to help his mom and dad, who died in 2009. They often visit her, make sure she has everything she needs, help her with her home and more importantly they keep Osvaldo's memory alive. We are so proud of you guys and we all thank you for showing us what being a family truly means. RIP Ozzie.

We need your help identifying this subject. The male in this video stole a watch from Nordstrom Rack located at 3301 Coral Way and was confronted outside by a Loss Prevention Officer. The subject fought the officer and and threatened him with a knife in order to escape. Please share.

Who better to celebrate #DayOfTheGirl than our very own strong women here at MPD! These women represent the tenacity of girls all over the world 🌎.

MPD Happy Hour: Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

Chief Llanes announces the launch of MPD Safe Place Initiative. The Safe Place Initiative provides victims, particularly individuals who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and/or Queer/Questioning, who may have been subjected to a hate crime or harassment, a safe location to seek assistance. MPD Safe Place is modeled after the Seattle Police Department’s Safe Place program.

Domestic Violence is a serious problem in our communities. Come join us on Monday at MPD Headquarters 400 NW 2 Ave, for our 2nd Annual Walk against Domestic Violence. Walk begins at 12:30 p.m. and refreshments will be provided. Thank you Verizon The Verizon Foundation for sponsoring this event.

We are very proud of our K-9 Unit!

Florida Governor Rick Scott join us to express his gratitude to local and State first responders post-Hurricane Irma.

PAC 123 had the honor of participating in the🏡 home beautification🌱of one of our hometown heroes: World War II Veteran Charles Adderley. Mr. Adderley even met a fellow veteran, who presented him with a hat and other gifts provided by our Crime Prevention Specialists. We appreciate your service Mr. Adderley-thank you!💙Remember to do what you can, while you can. Sometimes a little help goes a long way. We 💙our #veterans! #community #police #officers #lawenforcement

A huge thank you to the Coconut Grove Run Club for organizing a cleanup at Kennedy Park. You guys are awesome! #IrmaAftermath

Some traffic lights are still out. Please treat every intersection w/out 🚦lights as a 4 WAY STOP sign.

This is just one of the many stories of MPD officers that has made us proud during the wake of Hurricane Irma. A big thank you to WSVN-TV for doing this piece on our very own Ofc. Mogro. Our thoughts and prayers are with Kenjuan and his family and we hope for a speedy recovery.

After an investigation that led to 6 arrest involving looting, we caught up with our officers who are continuing their efforts assisting our community as it recovers from Hurricane Irma.

Many traffic lights are still down. Please avoid driving. If you do, look for emergency vehicles and treat every intersection without 🚦 lights as a 4-way STOP sign.

Hurricane Irma: Looters Press Conference

Hurricane Irma: Post Storm Patrol