Left to right: Miami Police spokeman Christopher Bess and Miami Police Chief Rodolfo Llanes discuss a police department initiative called MPD Safe Place Initiative. The city created rainbow-colored stickers that business owners can place on doors or windows so members of the LGBTQ community who feel they are in trouble know that that is a safe space.
Left to right: Miami Police spokeman Christopher Bess and Miami Police Chief Rodolfo Llanes discuss a police department initiative called MPD Safe Place Initiative. The city created rainbow-colored stickers that business owners can place on doors or windows so members of the LGBTQ community who feel they are in trouble know that that is a safe space. Roberto Koltun rkoltun@miamiherald.com
Left to right: Miami Police spokeman Christopher Bess and Miami Police Chief Rodolfo Llanes discuss a police department initiative called MPD Safe Place Initiative. The city created rainbow-colored stickers that business owners can place on doors or windows so members of the LGBTQ community who feel they are in trouble know that that is a safe space. Roberto Koltun rkoltun@miamiherald.com

If you’re scared and LGBTQ, you now have safe spaces in a new Miami police program

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