Now that North Miami Police Chief Gary Eugene and his stellar command staff have taken over the once embattled department, crime has gone down and morale has skyrocketed. Officers have finally received new cars and equipment, and promotions have resulted in more diversity in the department.
Chief Eugene also made sweeping changes in the organization, eliminating the frat house atmosphere fostered by his predecessor, and ushered in a new era of professionalism.
Gone are the days of bumbling investigations headed by dumb-jock-turned-cop Assistant Chief Larry Juriga.
Gone are the days of the amateur Public Information Officer.