At this time, Miami-Dade County is monitoring Hurricane Matthew.
Please visit our Emergency website for the latest information on openings and closings in Miami-Dade County.
The Miami-Dade Police Department prohibits enforcement profiling and will provide law enforcement services in a fair and impartial manner.
DEA National Take Back Initiative
On Saturday, April 29, 2017, from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., the Miami-Dade Police Department is participating in the National Prescription Take Back Day that is sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Administration. The one-day event is a collaborative effort, across the nation, to remove potentially dangerous prescription drugs from our homes. The initiative will provide an opportunity for the public to voluntarily surrender expired, unwanted, or unused pharmaceutically controlled substances to law enforcement officers for destruction. "No Questions Asked."
Florida International University's Department of Communication, in conjunction with the Miami-Dade Police Department (MDPD), is conducting a survey of MDPD's service to the community. The survey is designed to increase MDPD's understanding of the community, allowing Miami-Dade citizens to have a direct impact on improving community policing. Survey Results will be posted here on the MDPD web site and on the FIU Communication web site in Winter 2016.
Body Worn Cameras
The Miami-Dade Police Department has implemented the use of Body Worn Cameras to improve police services, increase accountability for individual interactions, and enhance public safety.
BWCs help improve the high-quality public service expected of police officers and promote the sense of procedural justice that communities expect from their police departments and officers. Additionally, BWC footage enables police departments to demonstrate transparency and openness in their interactions with members of the community.
Using the Internet to buy or sell items?
The Miami-Dade Police Department is committed to keeping residents and visitors safe by providing a SAFE HAVEN for exchanges from online transactions to take place at any Miami-Dade police station public parking area. Read our safety tips and learn about the safe locations to conduct Internet sale transactions.
Public Corruption and Criminal Conspiracy Unit Tipline
As a citizen of Miami-Dade County you can play a vital role in combating public corruption. If you have information that you would like to report to the Public Corruption and Criminal Conspiracy Unit, please call our Tipline at 305-599-3121 or contact us via email. Reporters may remain anonymous.
Traffic Crash Data
Get live traffic crash information for Miami-Dade County. This information is provided to you by the Miami-Dade Police Department, and is made available for public consumption. This information can be used to determine what traffic conditions are like within the county. The information is presented both visually and via a web service.
The Special Victims Bureau's Missing Persons detectives investigate all incidents of adults and juveniles that are officially reported missing. However, not all Missing Persons cases are solved and assistance from the public is critical in this endeavor. You can bring closure to the families of loved ones by providing key information about the whereabouts of missing persons.
Most Wanted: Sexual offenders and predators
Have you seen this man? This man as well as other fugitive or absconded Sexual Predators and Offenders can be seen online. If you have information on the whereabouts or activities of anyone on this list, please call Miami-Dade County Crime Stoppers at
Request Off-Duty Police Services
Would you like some additional security at your home or business? The online Off-Duty Police services application allows residents to apply for off-duty police permits, submit credit card payments, and view permit activity online.
File a Non-Emergency Report Online
The online citizen police report system allows you to submit a report immediately and print a copy of the police report for free. You can use this report to file with your insurance company. Only certain crimes and incidents are available for on-line reporting, as they usually do not require an in-person police response.
Help MDPD Solve Cold Cases
The Cold Case Squad can always use the help of ordinary citizens. There are currently about 2,000 cold cases that remain unsolved, and you may have knowledge about one of these crimes that can help us solve the case. You can help bring justice to the families of these victims.
Search Open Warrants
Report Suspicious Activity Online
If an activity appears to be outside the norm or is frightening, let law enforcement officials know. It’s your responsibility to watch out and report. It is the responsibility of law enforcement agencies to investigate and take further action, if necessary. Please remember that terrorists DO NOT come from any one particular race, ethnic group or religious affiliation.
Advice for victims of domestic violence
Knowing your legal rights and other options is the first step toward ending the abuse!
How to Prevent Dating Violence
Helping to understand the signs that will assist in ending the violence.
Advice for victims of rape
Victim Services Coordinators work alongside detectives to offer victims emotional support and crisis intervention. They follow up with victims to ensure that their emergency needs are met and offer referrals for other long-term needs,
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