An "Unprecedented Surge" In Dallas Police ApplicationsDays after five police officers were shot and killed, DPD Chief David Brown encouraged demonstrators to "put an application in." Today the department confirmed hoards of people are responding to the call.
Clinton's Pledge: Steady Hand At 'Moment Of Reckoning'Confronting a "moment of reckoning," Hillary Clinton is casting herself as a unifier for divided times and a tested, steady hand to lead in a volatile world.
DPD Sees Spike In Potential Recruits After Deadly AmbushDallas Police Chief David Brown's call to action resulted in hundreds of job inquiries in the past week.
Want-To-Be DPD Recruits Will Have To Be PatientThe deadly police ambush last week and subsequent funerals this week has forced DPD to postpone some recruiting.
Twitter Wants DPD Chief To Run For PresidentSome say on Twitter, Chief Brown appears to be the type of leader who would do well in Washington.
Dallas & The Nation Stand United At Memorial For Fallen OfficersPresident Barack Obama on Tuesday gathered with politicians, dignitaries, police officers and families of the fallen in Dallas to call for unity in the wake of a shocking slaying of five police officers.
Dallas Mayor Talks Memorial Service, Chief Brown & Future Of CityMayor Mike Rawlings invited President Obama to Dallas to participate in and deliver remarks at an interfaith memorial service today. Before that service the Mayor spoke about DPD, its leader and what lies ahead for the City.
More Than 1,000 Attend #DallasStrong VigilLeaders from the Dallas Police Department and DART Police Departments praised the bravery and commitment of the officers they lost and made it clear Dallas is strong in the wake of the deadly ambush on Thursday, July 7.
Dallas Police Had Taken Steps To Mend Rift With MinoritiesChief David Brown said the department averaged over 150 to 200 excessive-force complaints every year for 33 years, but had only 14 last year.
Dallas Suspect Taunted Police During Two Hours Of NegotiationThe suspect in the deadly attack on Dallas police taunted authorities during two hours of negotiations, laughing at them, singing and at one point asking how many officers he had shot, the police chief said Sunday.
Mark Cuban To Donate $1 Million To Dallas Police Response To Orlando ShootingIn a statement released Wednesday, the city of Dallas says Mayor Mike Rawlings was informed by Cuban of his plans to donate the money to the department.
DPD Meets With DPS, Sheriff's Office To Deal With Crime WaveSeveral agencies including the Dallas Police and Dallas County Sheriff's, met Tuesday to discuss the rising crime rate in the city.

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