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Panelist of the CIP discuss pivotal issues in police oversight at their monthly meeting at City Hall in Coconut Groove.

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Members of the Community are always welcome to attend and publically comment on cases, and dealings with City of Miami Police.

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The CIP is involved in every level of the community, speaking at events and community townhalls in order to maintain its vision and commitment to the community.

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News Bulletin
News Bulletin

Miami Cops Broke Law by Forcing Woman to Pull Down Pants in Wynwood, Panel Says

The strip search played out in broad daylight on a sidewalk near Mana Wynwood: As Wendy Matute screamed for help on the ground, two male Miami Police officers held her arms down while a female officer held her legs apart.

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Miami Police Capt. Javier Ortiz Cuts Ads for Anti-Aging Clinic With Chiropractor Tied to Political Scandal

BodyRx, an anti-aging clinic that offers testosterone and other hormone treatments, fills an unassuming office on the ground floor of a Coral Gables apartment complex.

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After Honking at Cop for Illegal Left Turn, Scooter Rider Gets Ticketed for Horn Usage

James “Michael” Montgomery thought he was going to get hit when a Miami cop pulled in front of his scooter at a busy intersection and tried to make a left turn, despite a sign indicating left turns weren’t allowed.

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Vision Statement: To be a model civilian oversight agency, focused on enhancing the culture of policing in the community through professionalism and police-community partnerships built on openness, equity, trust and accountability.
 
Mission Statement: The Civilian Investigative Panel serves the public and police by providing fair and impartial assessments regarding concerns about sworn police officers. The CIP provides a truthful balanced judgment of issues and complaints and provides a safe, open environment to express grievances, concerns and solutions. The facts are assessed by community members in order to reflect the values of the community, improve understanding and public safety.