Miami Dade Ban Take Home Cars Outside City

A handful of Miami-Dade police officers are about to lose a coveted perk, setting off an angry reaction from their union president.

Beginning Jan. 1, the county police department will no longer provide take-home police cars for officers who live outside of Miami-Dade and Broward counties.

The policy change, announced Tuesday in a memo from Police Director James K. Loftus, will affect an estimated 17 police officers, including 10 who live in Palm Beach, four in Monroe and three in Collier counties, according to the police department.

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