Internal Affairs

Internal investigations are conducted to uphold the professional conduct and code of ethics in a law enforcement agency. The integrity of an agency depends on the honesty and discipline of its employees. The Internal Affairs Unit is responsible for receiving, processing, assigning and supervising the investigation of any alleged misconduct or wrongdoing by any employee of the Miramar Police Department. The Internal Affairs Sergeant is responsible for investigating all complaints received from any citizen, employee, or anonymous source, and responding to the Chief of Police. The unit ensures that all allegations are investigated thoroughly and objectively.

Complaint Process

All complaints will be accepted by the Internal Affairs Unit in person, by letter, telephone or anonymously. The Chief of Police will review all complaints and a determination will be made to either assign the complaint to the immediate supervisor or the Internal Affairs Unit will conduct the investigation. Following a thorough and impartial investigation, a disposition will be rendered based on all available factual information. The citizen will be contacted at the completion of the investigation, and at that time will have an opportunity to discuss the disposition of the complaint.

Questions or Recommendations

The Miramar Police Department is committed to providing excellent police service to the community. Citizen cooperation and input is essential if the department is to succeed in this goal. If you have any questions are recommendations on how the Miramar Police Department can improve police service, please call the Office of the Chief at 954-602-4400, or mail correspondence directly to:

Office of the Chief

11765 City Hall Promenade  

Miramar, Florida 33025

Public Comment Portal 

The Miramar Police Department prides itself in being in the top tier of public safety providers in the nation.  This is done, in part, through professional accreditation at the state and national level.  CALEA, the national accrediting body,  maintains a public access portal that allows for comments with regard to candidate agencies seeking initial accreditation or reaccreditation status.  If anyone in the public would like to comment, they may do so via this link to the portal:

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