City of Miami Springs Police Chief, Armando Guzman, responds to the question, “Why isn’t speeding enforced like it used to be?”  

Here’s what the Chief had to say:

  • Traffic has increased (not just in Miami Springs, but throughout Miami-Dade County)
  • Traffic summons are up 3%
  • Calls for service are up 4% compared to last year
  • 24% increase in the number of arrests
  • And currently [the police department] has three vacancies

Chief Guzman also stated that “Overall, we’re still doing traffic enforcement…as good a level or higher than we have in the past.”

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Watch the excerpt below:

The video above is an excerpt from an internal interview produced by the City of Miami Springs Police Department.

 

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