Miami Police Department

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

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

‼️ UPDATE:‼️ Maria Ramirez has been safely recovered in good condition. We need your assistance locating Maria Ramirez who has been missing since 12p.m. today. She was last seen in the area of 345 N.E. 2 Avenue wearing a black/white jacket, blue blouse, dark pants & beige shoes. If you have any information please call 305.603.6300.

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Miami Police Motor School Graduation 2018

Let us remember those who have given their all. Have a safe Memorial Day!

If you’re out on the water this #MemorialDayWeekend please be safe. Use life jackets, respect manatee zones, and think before you drink alcohol. Our Marine Patrol Unit will be out ensuring everyone is celebrating in a safe manner.

Ever wonder how Crime Stoppers works? Well here it is! Nick explains the process so that if #YouSeeSomethingYouSaySomething.

‼️UPDATE‼️: Giovanni Pierre has been safely recovered and reunited with his family. ... We need help locating Giovanni Pierre, a 16 year-old boy who has been missing since earlier today. He was last seen in the area of NW 18 Ave & 47 St. Giovanni suffers from seizures & intellectual disabilities. Anyone with information please call 305-603-6300

Our Miami Police Training Team along with the Southern Police Institute is offering an Organizational Management Certificate Program for those in Law Enforcement. 👇

We are hiring for the position of Latent Print Examiner 🔎 You must apply by May 23 at miamigov.com If you have any questions regarding this position please contact us at Joinourteam@miami-police.org

Happy Mother’s Day! 💜

Take a good look at this 2 armed gunmen as they robbed a convenience store in Little Haiti 05/09/18 2:20AM. If you have information regarding the identity of these 2 suspects, please contact our Robbery Unit at 305-603-6370 or Miami Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-8477

UPDATE: The Miami Dade State Attorney’s Office has charged Officer Mario Figueroa for assaulting a car theft suspect on May 3, 2018. We are beginning the termination process for Officer Figueroa. See full statement below:

Today, the City of Miami Police Department received a video of an incident involving one of my officers. The video depicts a clear violation of policy. The officer has been relieved of duty and the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s office has been contacted. -Chief Jorge R. Colina

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The suspect in this case has been arrested. Tavares Anthony Canty was taken into custody today for the attempted kidnapping and sexual assault of two woman in #LittleHaiti

We want to invite all law enforcement and government agencies to this years SMILE (Social Media the Internet and Law Enforcement) Conference. We are hosting this year’s conference at Kimpton EPIC Hotel in Downtown Miami.

UPDATE: The video below is of Tavares Anthony Canty (see our previous post) who is wanted for attempted kidnapping & a sexual assault case that occurred the early morning of April 26, 2018 in #littlehaiti If you know where Canty is please contact Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS

‼️Up To $3000 REWARD‼️ We need everyone’s help in locating Tavares Anthony Canty, DOB of 8/20/1983. He is the suspect we are looking for in the recent sexual assault cases which occurred in #LittleHaiti. He is to be considered ARMED & DANGEROUS. Call 911 or contact Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.

Man Wanted for Sexual Battery

Our Special Victims Unit needs your help identifying the suspect in this video who attempted to kidnap a woman by forcing her back inside her home at approximately 7:00 am today. An hour later, a suspect matching the same description made his way inside a 2nd victim’s home and sexually assaulted her. Both incidents took place in the Little Haiti neighborhood.

Our Police Athletic League (PAL) mentors over 800 kids every year through sports and educational programs. These programs are funded in part by generous contributions from residents and organizations. If you are interested in helping us invest in the future of our kids, please contact us.