The fourth in the series of Animal Planet shows (known collectively as Animal Planet Heroes) following animal law enforcement, Miami Animal Police primarily follows the officers of the ... See full summary »
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The fourth in the series of Animal Planet shows (known collectively as Animal Planet Heroes) following animal law enforcement, Miami Animal Police primarily follows the officers of the Miami-Dade Police Department Animal Services Unit (ASU). Unlike the other Animal Planet Heroes shows (Animal Precinct and Animal Cops) which follow private, non-profit, humane agencies, this is the first of these type shows on Animal Planet to follow a government based law enforcement agency that responds to animal issues. On the front lines for the ASU are civilian 20 animal control officers (ACO's), who are backed up by 5 civilian animal cruelty investigators, a pitbull investigator, and 6 administrative police officers from the Miami-Dade Police Department who handle any law enforcement issues that arise, including arresting those suspected of animal cruelty. In addition to the ASU, Miami Animal Police also follows two companies that remove exotic nuisance wildlife in the Miami area, Everglades ... Written by Dan

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When duty calls, the ACO's are ready for action.

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Good show but
24 February 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

its positively ludicrous that we need to be showered with close ups of half naked beach and club going people. The effort the clips make to go out of their way to show ONLY bodies is galling. Its most likely their way of trying to attract more viewers. If someone needs to watch animal planet to achieve their sexual fulfillment, that's pathetic and unintelligent for the fact that it could be obtained elsewhere; and to fuller effect. I guess people believe that that is what Miami's all about. The show is about the non-human animals, the animals being located no where near these 'tourism hot spots'. Essentially, its almost laughable to see, but its also irritating and distasteful. Imagine a show about people suffering in a hospital that happens to be in Miami and these quick clips are shown. I enjoy this show almost as much as "Animal Precinct" and other shows where this lunacy is absent. I have nothing but respect for the "animal planet heroes" in this. The displays are rather insulting.


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