Dallas PD Plan: Rehire Retired Officers As Civilians TemporarilyAfter losing a record 458 officers during the past year, the Dallas Police Department said it has a plan to get qualified people back on the job: rehire as many as 40 officers who retired.
Dallas Police Association Members Joining Houston Relief EffortMembers of the Dallas Police Association (DPA) are heading out, taking donated food and supplies, to help Hurricane Harvey first-responders and storm victims.
Record Number Of Officers Leaving Dallas Police DepartmentBy the end of this month, 72 more Dallas Police officers will leave: 70 percent of them are retiring and the other 30 percent are going to make more money at other departments.
John Wiley Price Says "No" To Fallen Officer's DayDallas police are furious about remarks from an elected official who they believe is refusing to honor police officers ambushed one year ago.
Concerns About Firefighter Safety Magnified After ShootingDallas Fire-Rescue has body armor but the equipment is stored in a separate responding vehicle.
Shooting At Dallas Police Substation Renews Calls For Added SecurityThe City of Dallas is feeling new pressure to increase security for police officers after a driveby shooting narrowly misses a police officer and leave a substation covered in bullet holes.
Dallas PD Losing Officers To Other CitiesThe City of Dallas is concerned after 99 officers have left since October 1.
California Police Officers Visit Dallas To Run In MarathonThousands of runners will take over downtown Dallas for the BMW Dallas Marathon Sunday, and around two dozen of those runners will be California police officers who are running to pay tribute.
Recent Officer Shootings Have Police Changing PoliciesAfter the ambush on officers in Dallas this past summer, many police departments made changes to their procedures. Now, after an officer was killed in San Antonio, cities are taking preventative measures even further.
After 33 Years With Dallas Police, Chief Brown Says FarewellHe received national praise for leading the City of Dallas during some of its darkest days. Now Police Chief David Brown is turning in his badge. After 33 years the Chief is retiring – today.
DPA President Concerned That Police Pensions May Soon Be GoneThere's worry among veteran officers that the pension board will soon vote to prevent retirees from moving their savings from the struggling fund into 401ks or other investments.
Dallas Police Association President Retiring From DPDRon Pinkston Will retire from the Dallas Police Department the same day as Chief David Brown.