Miami Beach Police Department

  • Agency: Miami Beach Police Department
  • Address: 1100 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, 33139 FL
  • Chief: Carlos Noriega (Chief of Police)
Phone: 305-673-7900
Fax: 305.673.7065

Miami Beach Police Department is located at 1100 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, 33139 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Carlos Noriega. The Miami Beach Police Department phone number is 305-673-7900.

Miami Beach Police Department News

Very sad news to hear of the passing of former Commissioner Jorge Exposito. Always a voice of reason and advocate of fairness. Rest In Peace Jorge.

60 bicycles were handed out this morning to children from Miami Beach! Thank you to @miamibeachpal, @gotrg_, @fritzsskatebikesurf, and the Greater Miami-Miami Beach Police Foundation for allowing us to put smiles on so many faces! #YourMBPD @ Miami Beach PD

Happy 243 Birthday, Marines! #yourMBPD #USMC #SemperFi

‪The Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust awarded their “Change Maker Award” to @MiamiBeachPD’s Homeless Resource Unit. This group has exhibited creativity and initiative in their approach to offering services and making a difference in the lives of the less fortunate. #YourMBPD ‬

Kitten gets a rescue and a new home with Miami Beach police.

Officer Noel Castillo is currently in the U.S. Virgin Islands as part of an initiative to assist local police in implementing best policing practices. Officer Castillo’s focus is on Crisis Intervention Training. Funding is provided by the U.S. Virgin Islands Public Safety and Support Foundation. #YourMBPD

KITTEN RESCUED: Entertainment District Officers rescued this kitten last night who was stuck in a drain along Collins Avenue. They took the 🐱 to Alton Road Animal Hospital (Miami Beach Animal Hospital) where she was treated and thankfully, LUCKY is expected to be ok in her new home with Officer Yarusso. Special thanks to Sergeant Negron for all her efforts! #YourMBPD

Enjoying your extra hour of sleep from Daylight Saving Time? #PutItDown

Today is the beginning of #PancreaticCancer Awareness Month. Pancreatic Cancer takes 91% of its victims in the first five years. Read about the signs and symptoms of this deadly disease. Pancreatic Cancer Action Network - Miami Affiliate

WAY TO GO, K9 ROCKET: These are not #Halloween⁠ ⁠props or candy. These are illegal drugs that your hard working MBPD officers on Ocean Drive recovered last night. We are continuously keeping Miami Beach safe 24/7, 365. #MBPDProtecting

Officer Hazzi takes a moment to FaceTime with his 1yr old daughter. Often times officers are away from their families for extended periods of time, keeping you safe. #ThankYou #YourMBPD

🎃 Come #trickortreat with MBPD from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Lincoln Road and Meridian Avenue. #yourmbpd #Halloween

#HappyHalloween: This afternoon our Criminal Investigations Division is having a Halloween decoration contest, check back for pics of the decorated rooms and the winner! #yourMBPD Halloween 🎃

Boo! It's Halloween - #PutItDown

Collaborating with the Miami-Dade Police Department on our Marchman Act program. #SavingLives #CollaborationIsKey

Thank you to our North Beach Officers for keeping the community safe! #YourMBPD

MBPD Officer Mary Garcia Creates Foundation to Help Animals, MBAA. WATCH:

‪UPDATE 11/1/18: This morning ATF Miami along with MBPD rearrested and charged David Goldammer with the illegal possession of a short-barreled rifle, a federal crime. #MBPDProtecting ‬ ARREST: Arsenal of Weapons & Bullet-Resistant Vest Seized After Man is Charged with DUI & Weapons Charges Near Ocean Drive and 14 Street. #YourMBPD ‬

We've joined forces with the DEA to keep prescription drugs out of the wrong hands. Join us this Saturday, Oct. 27 for National Prescription Drug Take Back Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. MBPD: 1100 Washington Avenue North Beach: 6840 Indian Creek Drive

SAFETY ALERT: Protect yourself, your business, and your mailroom. If you receive a suspicious letter or package: • Stop. Don’t handle. • Isolate it immediately. • Don’t open, smell, or taste. Watch for: • No return address. • Restrictive markings. • Sealed with tape. • Misspelled words. Badly typed or written. • Unknown powder or suspicious substance. • Possibly mailed from a foreign country. Excessive postage. • Oily stains, discolorations, crystallization on wrapper. • Excessive tape. • Strange odor. • Incorrect title or addressed to title only. • Rigid or bulky. • Lopsided or uneven. • Protruding wires. If you suspect the mail or package contains a bomb (explosive), or radiological, biological, or chemical threat: • Isolate area immediately • Call 911 • Wash your hands with soap and water

PHONE SCAMS: Every year, thousands of people lose money to telephone scams — from a few dollars to their life savings. Do you know how to recognize a phone scam?

#YourMBPD Homeless Resource Officers at the 2018 SOBE Hiring Event - Supporting a homeless individuals’ transition from the streets to independent living.