Community Resource Unit

About the Unit
The Miramar Police Department believes the community policing philosophy is an integral part of modern policing. A key element of this philosophy is the partnership between law enforcement and the community. Road patrol officers are assigned to certain areas (or zones) within the city on a regular basis. Each zone also has an assigned Community Resource Officer (CRO). Having officers routinely assigned to the same geographic area allows them to build strong partnerships with the residents and business owners.

Duties & Responsibilities
In addition to their regular patrol duties, officers respond to crime trends determined through crime analysis and the requests of residents. CROs attend many homeowners’ association meetings and diligently monitor and ensure compliance from sexual offenders who reside within the city’s boundaries. CROs also participate in monthly Information Based Policing meetings to share information with specialized units and to plan and implement proactive strategies to reduce crime.

Through this community policing partnership, the citizens of Miramar and officers are working together to build a safer neighborhood.

Community Resource Unit
Meet the officers who comprise the Community Resource Unit.
Zones
Miramar Community Resource Unit Zones

Zone 1: Bordered on the north by Pembroke Road, on the east by South State Road 7, on the south by Miramar Parkway, and the west by SW 62nd Avenue.

Zone 2: Bordered on the north by Pembroke Road, on the east by SW 62nd Avenue, on the south by Miramar Parkway, and the west by the Florida Turnpike.

Zone 3: Bordered on the north by Miramar Parkway, the east by SW 62nd Avenue, the south by County Line Road, and the west by the Florida Turnpike.

Zone 4: Bordered on the north by Pembroke Road, the east by the Florida Turnpike, the south by County Line Road, and the west by University Drive.

Zone 5: Bordered on the north by Pembroke Road, the east by University Drive, the south by County Line Road, and the west by Douglas Road.

Zone 6: Bordered on the north by Pembroke Road, the east by Douglas Road, the south by city limits (Miami-Dade County-Broward County line), and the west by Palm Avenue.

Zone 7: Bordered on the north by Pembroke Road, the east by Palm Avenue, the south by city limits (Miami-Dade County-Broward County line), and the west by Flamingo Road.

Zone 8: Bordered on the north by Pembroke Road, the east by Flamingo Road, the south by the City Limits (Miami-Dade County-Broward County line), and the west by Interstate 75.

Zone 9: Bordered on the north by the Miramar/Pembroke Pines City Limits, the south by the C-9 Canal (Miami-Dade County-Broward County line), the east by Interstate 75 and the west by Southwest 172nd Avenue and the conservation dike ¼ mile west of U.S. 27.

Zone 10: Bordered by the Miramar/Pembroke Pines city limits, the south by the C-9 Canal (Miami-Dade County-Broward County line), the east by SW 172nd Avenue and the west by the conservation dike ¼ mile west of U.S. 27.