The initiative includes a flashy website, Miami Gardens 111, that acts as a portal for Miami Gardens 110,000-plus population to access resources on topics like strengthening . . .
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2013 was a tumultuous year for the residents of the City of Miami Gardens and their police department. The South’s largest Black city second to Atlanta was besieged with gun violence and unsolved murders involving youth. While officials attributed the violence to revenge-hungry gang members, residents complained of the police department’s unwarranted stop and frisk policy.