Miami Shores, FL Police

Miami Shores, Florida – Jail and Mugshot Information

Miami Shores is a village located in Miami-Dade County. Based on the 2016, approximately 10,762 people live in this area. The village operates under a Council-Manager form of government. The current mayor is Mac Adam (Mac) Glinn. The Village Manager is Tom Benton.

Miami Shores Village Hall
10050 Northeast 2nd Avenue
Miami Shores, Florida 33138
305-795-2207

Miami Shores Village Hall

Mac Adam (Mac) Glinn, Mayor
(305) 992-9635
macglinn@msvfl.gov

Tom Benton, Village Manager
(305) 762-4851
BentonT@msvfl.gov

The crime index of Miami Shores in 2016 was 381.6, a lot lower compared to the national average at the time (280.5). During that year, there were 31 reported robberies, 1 reported murder, 1 reported rape, 20 reported assaults, 103 reported burglaries, and 399 thefts. There were also 30 reported auto thefts. There are 2 registered sex offenders who have listed Miami Shores as their place of residence as of October 2018. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 5,484 to 1 which is a lot smaller than the state average.

Miami Shores, Florida – Police Station Information

In 2016, there were 585 reported incidents which gave her a total crime rate of 5,357 crimes for every 100,000 people. This was almost double the Florida average (3,117 crimes per 100k people) and the US average (2,837 crimes per 100k people). The most commonly reported incident during that year was theft.

The Miami Shores Police Department can be found on NE 2 Avenue. Police Chief Leiton is the head of the MSPD. The department is comprised of two divisions – Operations and Administrations. The Operations are comprised of several units such as the Patrol Section, Police Reserves Unit, Traffic Unit, and the Communications Services. The Administrative Division, on the other hand, is comprised of Investigation Section, Professional Standards Unit, and the Records & Services Section.

Miami Shores Police Department
9990 NE 2 Avenue
Miami Shores, Florida 33138
305-759-2468

Miami Shores Police Dept

The Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitations Department has three detention facilities which are used by the Miami Shores Police Department. The Metro West Detention Center is located on NE 41st Street while the Pre-Trial Detention Center can be found in NW 13th Street. The Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center is located in NW 41st Street. The visitation hours are different for each facility. Also, the hours will depend on the first letter of an inmate’s last name.

Metro West Detention Center:

4 – 9 p.m.
Monday and Sunday: A – L (including SMU)
Tuesday and Saturday: M – Z (including SMU)
Wednesday: A-Z (excluding SMU)
Thursday: M-Z (excluding SMU)
Friday: A-L (excluding SMU)

8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Saturday: A – L (including SMU)
Sunday: M – Z (including SMU)

Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center
8:30 a.m. – noon, 7 – 9 p.m.
Tuesday, Friday and Sunday: A-L
Monday, Thursday and Saturday: M –Z

Pre-Trial Detention Center

5:30 – 9:15 p.m.
Thursday and Saturday: A – L
Friday and Sunday: M – Z

5:30 – 10 p.m.
Monday and Tuesday: East Wing
Tuesday and Wednesday: Inmate Work Crew

10 a.m. – noon
Saturday and Sunday: Safety Cells

Metro West Detention Center
13850 NE 41st ST, Miami, FL 33178
786-263-5110

Pre-Trial Detention Center
1321 NW 13th St, Miami, FL 33125
786-263-4110

Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center
7000 NW 41st St, Miami, FL 33166
786-263-5341

Open Records Requests in Miami Shores, Florida

The Village Clerk is the official Records Custodian. Any requests to view or obtain public records are submitted to this office.

Ysabely Rodriguez, CMC
Custodian of Public Records
10050 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami Shores, FL 33138
305-762-4870
rodriguezy@msvfl.gov

The Records & Services Section is responsible for processing all police reports for the department. Any requests for copies of police reports can be obtained from this office, from 8am to 5:30pm, Monday through Friday.

Police Logs in Miami Shores, Florida

You can view all the crimes reported in Miami-Dade County and responded to by the Miami-Dade Police Department online. The most commonly reported incident in the area is larceny.

Miami-Dade Crime Mapping

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