I sent a Public Records request to MDPD and I just got the response.  I chose MDPD because it is the largest police department in the county. I did no ask any of the other smaller city departments.

Shall we assume the MDPD does not keep records of anything turned in to them, specially something that has been such a political lightning rod? Nah.

I am going with:

No Bump Stock Has Been Turned In To Miami Dade Police Department since before and after the ban was signed in the State of Florida .

PS: Or the way that pkoning put it in the comments: “M-D Police has no record of any bump stock being turned in”.

That is directly proven by the letter you showed.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

6 thoughts on “How many Bump Stucks have been turned in to Miami Dade Police Deapartment?”
  1. You could make the claim even more fail-safe by saying “M-D Police has no record of any bump stock being turned in”. That is directly proven by the letter you showed.

  2. Or you didn’t ask the foia question in the “right way” so they could happily ignore the intent of the question and not provide the numbers they have. Either way I’d say that means it’s not looking very good for turn in numbers.

  3. Which means none have been turned in, but stashed away by the owner in a safe and secure place until the the ban is overturned. I read there was a run on large diameter PVC pipe and End Caps before the March deadline. “X” marks the spot, and not on their own property. Out in the desert, the forest or another place. Not just Florida, but all over the Country.

  4. Geoff, there is another possibility:

    Q1. Can it be that everyone in Miami-Dade who was in possession of a Slide-Stock actually DID obey the law (although nobody will admit to doing so), and relinquished their property to MPD?
    Q2. Can it be that, based on results of MPD’s public records, NONE of those Slide-Stocks made it into MPD inventory, or to the Evidence Locker?
    Q2. If that actually were the sequence of events, just who, prey tell, do you think could be in possession of those items be now?

    People will pay whatever the going rate is for an underground-purchased item ‘banned’ by the government. And, the less the purchaser has to pay, all the better. That base Human Nature does not necessarily change just because one dons a Magic Blue Suit. “If it’s free, it’s for me”.

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