Members of the community policing and community outreach subcommittee meet with police officers for a community discussion on body worn cameras. The meeting was in partnership with the Biscayne Neighborhoods Association.
Members of the community engage in Q and A session designed to give voice and insight to members of the community.
Members of the Community Advisory Board look onward in discussing difficult community conversations.
Members of the Community Advisory Board prepare for a discussion at the Historic Black Police precinct and museum. In this meeting members engaged in discussion surround new technology for the police department.
Members engaged in discussion topics of police misconduct and further meeting operations.
Two members of Community Advisory Board. Evian White and Bobbie Ibarra, are recognized for their leadership and commitment to the Boardâ€™s mission.
Candidates are needed for the Community Advisory Board that advises the Police Department on strategies and training to improve responsiveness to community concerns and carry out community public safety priorities. It meets monthly, receives public comments, and conveys recommendations to the Police Department.CAB Application Letter
The United States Department of Justice (â€śDOJâ€ť) and the City of Miami Police Department (â€śMPDâ€ť) entered into an Agreement in March 2016 with the goal of ensuring that police services continue to be delivered to the people of the City of Miami in a manner that fully complies with the Constitution and laws of the United States and promotes public confidence in MPD and its officers. To that end, the Agreement at paragraph 59 requires the City and MPD to have a community advisory board. The purpose of this Board is to provide oversight and feedback to the Miami Police Department and the Independent Reviewer, Jane Castor, and the DOJ. The board is required to leverage the insights and expertise of the community to address policing concerns and promote greater transparency and public understanding of the MPD