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Florida Officers Prohibited from Shooting at Cars

October 14, 2014
Miami Beach police officers will no longer treat a moving car as a deadly weapon — meaning officers won’t be allowed to shoot at one unless someone inside displays a weapon or opens fire first.

Auditors Recommend Changes to Miami Beach PD After Controversies

June 26, 2014
Miami Beach's frequently scrutinized police department should "strongly consider" equipping officers with cop-cameras, discouraging them from firing at dangerous drivers, and rethinking officers' off-duty details, according to an audit of the department released Wednesday.

Miami Beach Cops Bust Justin Bieber for Racing, Resisting, DUI

January 23, 2014
“Why the f--- did you stop me?'” Bieber asked Officer Fulgencio Medina, who cornered him as he was peeling down Pine Tree Drive at 55 to 60 mph in a yellow Lamborghini, according to police report. The speed limit on that stretch of residential street is 30.

Video: Sisters Dance, Urinate on Chairs at Station

February 11, 2013
A Florida judge sentenced two Canadian sisters to 20 hours each of community service with a $250 fine, after a bizarre arrest that involved them dancing and urinating in the Miami Beach Police station.

Sisters Dance, Urinate on Chairs In Station

February 11, 2013

Two Canadian sisters accused Miami Beach Police of harassing them in a holding area of the station. However, surveillance video shows them dancing and urinating on chairs after their arrest. Read the full story here.

Three Agencies Select S&W M&P Duty Pistol

June 6, 2012
Smith & Wesson will begin supplying duty firearms from its Military & Police (M&P) Pistol series to the Miami Beach Police Department, Olympia (Wa.) Police Department, and the Passaic County (N.J.) Sheriff's Office.

Miami Beach Cop Injures 3 During ATV Joyride

July 4, 2011
A Miami Beach Police officer who was supposed to be patrolling the beach struck two people while apparently joyriding the departmental ATV. The officer is suspected of having been intoxicated at the time and riding the vehicle on the beach with a female companion he may have picked up at an Ocean Boulevard bar.

Video: Miami Beach Police Respond To Beach Confrontation

March 29, 2011
Late Monday night, the Miami Herald posted YouTube videos online showing Lt. Douglas Simon arresting a woman later identified as Sara Greenback who police say was kicked out of a Funkshion Fashion Week concert on the beach for "unruly behavior."

Beach Confrontation In South Miami

March 29, 2011

Miami Beach Lt. Douglas Simon is captured on video arresting a woman, after slamming her to the ground.

Miami Beach Police Thwart Tourist Shootings, Seize 22 Firearms

April 16, 2009
Police seized 22 rifles and handguns this month from the home of a South Beach waiter after co-workers alleged he planned to gun down beachgoers from atop a condo tower, then trigger car bombs, court records show.
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