Citizens Investigative Board (CIB)

About Us

The City of North Miami Citizens Investigative Board (CIB) was established by City Ordinance on July 14, 2020. The purpose of the board is to ensure that public safety is the top priority for the City Administration to attract growth, encourage economic development and maintain a high quality of life for all citizens and residents.

The CIB provides an unbiased civilian oversight for misconduct accusations against sworn members of the North Miami Police Department. This organizational structure provides a credible mechanism, independent forum where complaints and accusations can be evaluated. 

The CIB is comprised of seven members, appointed by the Mayor and City Council from various constituencies throughout the City. The selection process is designed to reflect the racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity of the City of North Miami.

Department Goals

  • Improving public trust
  • Ensuring accessible complaint process
  • Promoting thorough and fair investigations
  • Increasing transparency
  • Deterring police misconduct

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Are you interested in public trust? 

Do you want to deter police misconduct?

Applications are now open to join the Citizens Investigative Board (CIB)Apply Today!


  1. Dr. Philip Harris, Investigative Board Executive Director

    Philip C. Harris, D.B.A.

    CIB Executive Director
    Phone: 786-660-3988

  2. Citizens Investigative Board

    Physical Address
    12000 Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 205
    North Miami, FL 33181

    Phone: 305-768-9983

    Office Hours

    Monday through Friday
    8:00 AM to 5:00 PM