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Any violent crime where the victim and subject are: Married, have a child in common, immediate family member, or living together as if a family.
You can get a copy of your police report by responding to our Records Unit, located in the police headquarters building located adjacent to City Hall at 18611 N.W. 27 Avenue. They are open Monday through Thursday, 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM.
You have to respond to the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office Domestic Crimes Unit and fill out an application form. The form is reviewed by a Judge who will decide if the facts on the application form meet the criteria. If it does, a Temporary Restraining Order will be issued and a Court date will be set where both parties will provide testimony. At the conclusion of hearing testimony, the Judge will determine if the order will be extended or dismissed.
Make a police report to report the crime. You can contact our Victim Advocates who can assist you in finding temporary lodging and other assistance. If you qualify for benefits, you will be eligible for financial and counseling benefits.
You can call the Investigations Division at 305-474-1420 and provide either your name or the case number.