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Panelist of the CIP discuss pivotal issues in police oversight at their monthly meeting at City Hall in Coconut Groove.

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Members of the Community are always welcome to attend and publically comment on cases, and dealings with City of Miami Police.

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The CIP is involved in every level of the community, speaking at events and community townhalls in order to maintain its vision and commitment to the community.

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News Bulletin
News Bulletin

The Civilians Investigative Panel goes on the road

We weill be having our monthly meeting at the Historic Black Police Precinct Courthouse & Museum on Jan 16, 2017 at 5:30pm.

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Miami Cop Arrested Domestic Violence Victim, Forced Her to Ride in Car With Abuser

For the umpteenth time in recent years, a Miami-area officer has been cited for mishandling a domestic dispute and endangering a woman who asked police for protection from stalking and harassment.

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During Pointless Two-Hour Detainment, Miami Cops Harassed Trio About Clothing, Nationality

Andrea Landa and two friends were sitting in her parked car one Sunday night when a trio of young police officers walked up with flashlights. The cops checked the friends' IDs, but wouldn't let them leave.

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Police Unions Fail To Kill Civilian Oversight

Two police unions — the Fraternal Order of Police, which serves as the collective bargaining unit for city of Miami police officers, and the Police Benevolent Association, which represents the police in scores of other departments...

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Miami Commissioners Debate Funding For Review Panel

In November, Miami voters affirmed they wanted to give the city’s police review panel greater independence in the city charter.

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Vision Statement: To be a model civilian oversight agency, focused on enhancing the culture of policing in the community through professionalism and police-community partnerships built on openness, equity, trust and accountability.
 
Mission Statement: The Civilian Investigative Panel serves the public and police by providing fair and impartial assessments regarding concerns about sworn police officers. The CIP provides a truthful balanced judgment of issues and complaints and provides a safe, open environment to express grievances, concerns and solutions. The facts are assessed by community members in order to reflect the values of the community, improve understanding and public safety.