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To obtain information on crime activity in my neighborhood, visit the Crime Reports Website.
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Florida State Statute 119 governs the Public Records Law. Reports can take up to 10 business days for availability.Copies of police reports can be obtained at the Police Department's Records Section located at 16901 NE 19th Avenue.
Fill out the form to request your report.
To conduct an arrest search for Miami-Dade County, visit the Miami-Dade County Corrections website.To conduct an arrest search in Broward County, visit the Broward Sheriff's Office website.You may also check databases kept by the Florida Department of Corrections website.
The "jail" at the North Miami Beach Police Department is a temporary holding facility for prisoners prior to transport to a Miami-Dade County jail location. Depending on jail capacity and officer availability for transport, prisoners may spend up to six hours at the jail and often times are transported much sooner. Prisoners can not be bailed out of our detention facility, but rather can only bail out after they have been transported to a Miami-Dade County jail facility.
Visit the Florida Department of Law Enforcement website to check on sexual offenders and predators. You may even sign up to receive e-mail alerts when a registered sexual offender or predator moves into your neighborhood.
The NMBPD offers child safety seat installation by our certified technicians. Installation assistance with child safety seats is accepted by appointment only. The child must be present for the installation so the officers can configure the safety harness properly. Please call the Crime Prevention Unit at 305-948-2955 to schedule.
If you need assistance with the installation of a child safety seat or any other information regarding this topic, please complete this FORM and an officer will contact you to discuss your needs. Please allow 3 to 5 days for an officer to contact you regarding your request.
Special events are activities for which licenses and permits may be required by the City of North Miami Beach and where large numbers of persons may gather or participate. Such events may include parades, cultural programs, festivals, music concerts, religious gatherings, block parties, community activities, and First Amendment Rights activities.In general only commercial property special events require a special event permit. However, there may be an occasion when a large gathering that is being held at a private home would require a special event permit.For more information, read about Requesting a Special Event Permit Application.
There are short and long term details with different payment terms. For more information, and to submit a request online, you may use this form. Requests for Off-Duty officers are only accepted Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sufficient advance notice is required.For further assistance or questions please contact our Off-Duty Coordinator, Denise Singman at 305-919-3710, or via email.
The North Miami Beach Police Department encourages citizens to recognize police employees who admirably perform their duties, and encourage feedback on the Department's performance or the actions of its members. To commend the actions of a North Miami Beach Police Department employee, you can:
Commendations received by the Chief of Police for any North Miami Beach Police Department employee result in the employee being advised of your gratitude and also the placement of the commendation in the employee's permanent record. Depending on the situation, the employee could be considered for other department or community awards recognition. Minimally, the employee is made aware of your kindness and appreciation.
The North Miami Beach Police Department is interested in hearing from you and being accountable to our customers. There are two methods for investigating and resolving complaints against members of the Department. One method is informal, the other is formal.
Most complaints against employees can be resolved by the employee's supervisor. This is considered an informal investigation. In a formal investigation, the officer's Shift Commander meets with the employee and then determines the appropriate action to take to resolve the complaint. With more serious complaints of misconduct, the Shift Commander will take an initial statement from the complainant and then refer the incident to the Internal Affairs Unit for a formal investigation.
To make an informal complaint against an employee, please contact the North Miami Beach Police Department either in person at 16901 NE 19th Avenue, or by calling 305-949-5599 and ask to speak to a supervisor.
To make a formal complaint about an employee, you may pick up a Citizen's Complaint Affidavit in the station lobby, or contact the Internal Affairs Unit at: 305-787-6039. While the North Miami Beach Police Department encourages comments about our employees, it is difficult to conduct an investigation and make a determination based on anonymous information, due to a lack of complete information and victim/witness cooperation.
Please keep in mind that the filing of a complaint requires a sworn affidavit, under penalties of perjury, per Florida State Statutes in regards to knowingly providing false information, and may result in Civil and/or Criminal penalties.