Cracking down on police speeders
MIAMI (AP) - June 6, 2012 (WPVI) -- Miami's police chief is cracking down on speeders -- in his own department.
Chief Manuel Orosa is taking action against 36 officers for off-duty speeding.
The South Florida Sun Sentinel reports Orosa says he'll be firing at least one officer.
Police also plan to equip 40 of their vehicles with GPS tracking devices -- to get the lead-footed cops to slow down.
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