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 enjoy partnering with Farm Share to feed families in our community. Thank you to everyone who came out and assisted with today’s effort. We also appreciate Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Miami Midtown for pitching in today! 🙂

We have arrived in Panama City in the Panhandle

We are at the Shops of Pembroke Gardens for the last day of collecting donations for those affected by Hurricane Michael in the Florida Panhandle

‪SEEKING INFORMATION: The driver pictured below is wanted for a hit & run that resulted in a fatality. Anyone with information is urged to contact us at 305.603.6525. For more information, please read down below. 👇🏽‬

Stop by the Dolphin Mall to drop off items to support those affected by Hurricane Michael.

‪Happening Now: Stop by to support those who were recently affected by Hurricane Michael. Along with iHeartRadio, Mobile Mike and several police departments, we’re collecting diapers, wipes, blankets and canned pet food. Every bit helps!‬

Come join us at Dolphin Mall alongside Mobile Mike and iHeart Radio and bring your donations for those affected by Hurricane Michael. See list of items we are looking for in the comments.

Establishing dialogue with the youth in our community is an important mission of the Miami Police Department.Thank you Tees Youth, RER Consulting, Headliner World, Keon Hardemon, and 99Jamz for partnering with us on this Teen Talk session.

Did you know that pancreatic cancer is the 3rd leading cause of cancer-related death in the U.S.? ~ @JoinTheFight As we mark the beginning of #PancreaticAwarenessMonth let’s focus on how we can minimize or eliminate risk factors like smoking, obesity and poor diets.

This Sunday @dolphinmall from 6am - 9pm. Hurricane Relief Food and Supply Drive. .....................................We are asking for these specific items: New Generators, Plywood, Construction Materials (Hammers, Nails, Plumbing, and Roofing Materials),Pop up tents, Gas cans, Baby Diapers, Baby Food, Baby Wipes (unopened items only), Large Boxes of canned foods (No single or Bagged items), NEW blankets, Cots, Sleeping Bags (No Opened items), Large bags or Boxes of Canned Pet Foods. (No opened items) THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT.

Here’s a recap from yesterday’s Halloween Decoration Contest.

Happy Halloween! 👻

Are you ready for Halloween? Here are a few tips to keep in mind when going trick or treating. Have a fun and safe Halloween! 👻🎃

Today, the second batch of officers who volunteered to go work in Panama City helping the local police department maintain police services after Hurricane Michael, have returned. We are very proud of their efforts and dedication to service. Thank you 🙏

Kicking off the Halloween Spirit with the Southside Elementary Parade! #trickortreat #communityfirst #brickell

Press Conference announcing federal charges on 3 Miami Police Officers. Miami Police Department

We are extremely proud of our officers who are doing their part in assisting Panama City Police and residents with the aftermath of #HurricaneMichael

Mpd Happy Hour: Hispanic Heritage Month

Chief Colina discusses our efforts to address the Opioid epidemic:

Are you attending the F1 Live Miami Festival this weekend? If so, you can now get help from Police or Fire Rescue during the event by texting F1Help (ONE WORD) to 69050 please allow for a space before typing your security concern/need for police. Pictures can be sent through this service and will assist police personnel. #SeeSomethingSaySomething

Victims of Domestic Violence who break their silence make for compelling inspiration for other victims. Take a moment and listen to this victim who had the courage to step forward to help others. Break the Silence, Stop the Violence. If you or someone you know is a victim of Domestic Violence please contact us at 305-603-6645. If you want to speak to one of our Victim Specialists, call 305-603-6290. If it’s an emergency call 911.

We’re proud to announce that we’ve received 2 grants totaling more than $1.6 million from the Dept of Justice to begin a program entitled CLEAR (Collaborative Law Enforcement Addiction Recovery) for individuals suffering from Opioid addiction. Special thanks to our partners!