According to a CBS 4 Miami report, the City of Miami Springs is among 7 cities yet to sign an agreement with the Miami-Dade County Public School District to provide officers on campus.
According to the report, Miami Springs Mayor “…says the city’s short two officers right now…He thinks it’s up to the school district to secure schools.”
Read the CBS 4 Miami report at: https://miami.cbslocal.com/2018/08/21/cities-not-providing-officers-miami-schools/
Or watch the report below:
Talks continue between @MDCPS and cities who have not signed agreements with the district to provide officers on campus. Why the mayor of @MiamiSprings says his city should not have to provide officers — on @CBSMiami at 11. pic.twitter.com/ayrFEcnIwu
— Oralia Ortega (@oraliaortega) August 22, 2018