Federal authorities charged a veteran City of Miami detective today with scamming the Crime Stoppers tip program for thousands of dollars.â€‹Wayne Fortella, an 11-year vet, faces wire fraud charges for the scam, which netted him $5,000, says Annette Castillo, a spokeswoman for the U.S. District Atto ... More >>
A tiny town in North Dade has some kinda police force.
John Davis is a cop who won’t stop
He has spent 138 days on the road in just a few years on the job. Who’s minding the Miami Police Department?
An investigation reveals harassment and intimidation. Police respond in kind.
Hialeah Gardens Police officer claims she was harassed and tormented
Fane Lozman can't seem to stay away from trouble, and this time it involves the police chief
Protest, alleged torture, days in jail, trial victory, quiz the mayor, more
North Bay Village cops pull the trigger
Raul Martinez is a product of Miami's dysfunctional police department, so how can he be expected to transform it?
The school board hired cop's cop Pete Cuccaro to straighten out the nutty mess that the school police had become -- and let him do his job!
All agree that Hialeah Police Chief Rolando Bolaños lied under oath, and all agree he apparently got away with it
Just put them in your patrol car and take them to Miami
She says he ordered her to sue a local resident, and then fired her. He says that's a lie. Being Key Biscayne police chief isn't the hassle-free job Michael Flaherty thought it would be.
Despite a history of corruption in its north district substation, the Miami Police Department won't get tough with its own cops
State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle should have coasted to election victory. Instead she's dodging bullets from the police unions in the political fight of her life.
Miami-Dade's public schools have a nasty habit of charging reporters to view public records -- which probably is illegal
After Miami Police Chief William O'Brien retired, a lot of people were left misty-eyed
Sidebar to "Cop Out"
Outgoing school police chief Vivian Monroe has misused and abused her power for years. So why will she remain on the force?
Good Cops, Bad Cops
From deep within the Miami Police Department comes a convoluted tale of sketchy videotape, allegations of official misconduct, and two tickets to the Stanley Cup finals
University of Miami police claim they are underequipped. Some people want to keep them quiet.
What happens when the object of your road rage turns out to be an off-duty police officer? Bad things.
How's the search for a new Miami Beach police public information officer going? No comment!
More than 50 years ago, five daring young men put on police uniforms and began patrolling Miami's "Colored Town." A couple of them are still looking for justice.
Dade County's school district may have its own police department, but law enforcement experts say it doesn't come close to making the grade
An investigation into complaints about police use of excessive force confirms what many citizens already believe: Cops cover for cops
A caller to emergency 911 says she was sexually assaulted by two Metro-Dade police officers
Hall of Fame and Museum: Morbid kitsch and money. Lots of money.
As Miami Beach officials attempt to appoint a permanent top cop, anonymous critics try to stir up the selection process
Internal records of disciplinary actions against Metro-Dade cops get wiped clean after two years
Hialeah residents Omar and Carmen Corzo sue Councilwoman Carmen Caldwell (among others) for violating their civil rights
He thought he was just doing his job and playing by the rules. Then he learned that the rules are very different in the sovereign nation of the Miccosukee.
Does the City of Miami Police Department have a foot fetish?
Nelson Long was the undisputed king of hiring Miami Beach police officers for off-duty jobs. Kings, of course, often don't bother with rules and regulations.
Mike is a DUI attorney with a nose for legal loopholes. Alan is a crusading cop with a jones for drunk drivers. Vendetta, anyone?
When Miami Beach's top administrator decided to tangle with the city's top cop, everyone knew it would get rough. It's been very rough.
Janet Reno didn't file charges against Opa-locka cop Charles Jones, but the city manager fired him anyway. Guess who's smiling now.
The good old days of high-speed police chases (and the resulting mayhem) are about to end
But the album's sales are up, up, up. No wonder so many more cops are dying now.
Did cops beat the daylights out of her, or was schoolteacher Paula Redo merely the victim of "facial injuries when there was contact with the ground"?
Well, at least the mayor doesn't. Just ask Carmen Caldwell, jobless Crime Watch specialist.