Miami Springs, FL Police

Miami Springs, Florida – Jail and Mugshot Information

Miami Springs is a city in Miami-Dade County with an estimated population of 14,431 according to the 2016 census. The city has a Council-Manager type of government. The current mayor is Billy Bain. The City Manager is William Alonso.

City Hall
201 Westward Drive
Miami Springs, FL 33166
(305) 805-5000

Miami Springs City Hall

Billy Bain, Mayor
(305) 805-5006
bainb@miamisprings-fl.gov

William Alonso, City Manager
(305)805-5011
alonsow@miamisprings-fl.gov

In 2016, the crime index for Miami Springs was 212.4 which was lower than the US average (280.5). During that year, there were no murders and arsons reported. However, there were 45 reported auto thefts, 1 reported rape, 15 reported robberies, 21 reported assaults, 48 reported burglaries, and 365 reported thefts. As of October 2018, 5 registered sex offenders are residing in Miami Springs. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 2,938 to 1 which is a lot smaller than the Florida average.

Miami Springs, Florida – Police Station Information

Miami Springs had 495 reported incidents in 2016 which gave it a total crime rate of 3,386 crimes for every 100,000 individuals. The Florida average at the time was lower in comparison at 3,117 crimes per 100k people. It is also lower than the US average at 2,837 crimes for every 100,000 individuals. The most common incident reported that year was theft.

The Miami Springs Police Department can be found on Westward Drive. The current Chief of Police is Armando Guzman. The department is comprised of several divisions such as the Uniform Patrol Division, the Investigations Division, Community Policing Office, K-9 Unit, and the Communications and Records Division.

Miami Springs Police Department
201 Westward Drive
Miami Springs, FL 33166
(305) 888-9711
cpo@mspd.us

Miami Springs Police Dept

Armando Guzman, Chief of Police
(305) 887-1444

The Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitations Department has three detention facilities which are used by the Miami Springs 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 Springs, Florida

The Office of the City Clerk is responsible for processing all public records requests made to the City of Miami Springs. You can download a copy of the Public Records Request Form online and email the completed form to cityclerk@miamisprings-fl.gov.

Erika Gonzalez-Santamaria, MMC, City Clerk
(305)805-5006
​gonzaleze@miamisprings-fl.gov

The Communications and Records Division of the MSPD is responsible for providing copies of Miami Springs police reports and processing other public records requests. The office is open Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-4 p.m. only and closed on city-observed holidays.

Communications and Records Division, MSPD
305) 888-9711

Police Logs in Miami Springs, 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 County Crime Mapping

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