Miami Beach Police News Update

Miami Beach Police News Update

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Miami Beach Police News Update

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 Eliut Hazzi, Mid-Beach Neighborhood Resource 

Officer  eliuthazzi@miamibeachfl.gov 

 305.673.7776 x5887

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Miami Beach Police, For the safety of the pedestrians on the wooden boardwalk, the following are
not allowed:
  • No Bikes
  • No Skateboards
  • No Hover-boards
  • No Alcohol
  • No Animals
Please be kind and follow the rules!

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Julio Blanco, North Beach Neighborhood Resource Officer

julioblanco@miamibeachfl.gov  

305.673.7776 x5680

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Illegal dumping can occur in any neighborhood at any time of the day or night. The Miami Beach Police Department acknowledges this problem and is committed to protecting the environment of the City of Miami Beach.  The Police Department is dedicated to the detection, investigation and apprehension of those responsible for polluting the lands, waters and atmosphere of the City of Miami Beach.  If you witness an illegal dumping incident in progress, please call (305) 673-7901.
On the first full weekend of every month, take your bulk trash to one of two dumpster locations from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.  Miami Beach residents need to present proof of residency (identification with a Miami Beach address and/or a utility bill, along with a photo ID) in order to utilize the (2) locations (500 Block of Jefferson Avenue on the east side of the street, and 75th Street and Dickens Avenue).

OFFICER OF THE MONTH

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Congratulations to Detective Carlos Gil who was awarded Officer of the Month for April 2016.

CIVILIAN OF THE MONTH

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Congratulations to Belkis Gomez who was awarded Civilian of the Month for April 2016.

Click It or Ticket

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This week, the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) and area law enforcement partners are participating in the national “Click It or Ticket” campaign that runs May 23 through June 5. Day or night, individuals should buckle up because there is often no second chance. Buckling up is critical in order to avoid unnecessary injuries and death.
Remember to buckle up every time. A seat belt is your vehicle’s best safety feature. Set the example. Make sure your rear-seat passengers are also buckled.  Seat belts plus air bags provide the greatest protection for adults, however, air bags alone are not a substitute for seat belts.
Seat belts save lives. For additional Click here.

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