The City of Miami Community-Police Mediation Program (CPMP) aims to improve relationships and build understanding between the community and the City of Miami Police Department (MPD). We provide community members and police officers the unique opportunity to have a face-to-face conversation to address conflict in their interactions with each other, be heard and understood, hear each other’s perspectives, and come to their own agreements about moving forward.
The mediation program is currently full, but check this page at a later date if you're interested in becoming a mediator.
The CPMP is a program of the Civilian Investigative Panel (CIP), an independent, civilian police oversight agency whose mission is to improve police service to the community, citizen trust in the MPD, and officer safety and working conditions.
You role as a mediator lasts for two years. There will be a stipend paid to mediators, per each mediation they attend.