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.
Girls Sell $20,000 Worth Of Lemonade For Fallen OfficersA group of young ladies known as the “Lemonade Girls” started a lemonade stand back in July after the ambush killings of 5 Dallas Police Officers. Their goal was to raise money for the families of the fallen officers.
Dallas Mayor Accuses Police, Fire Associations Of Intimidation In Pay Raise FightDuring a city council briefing, Mayor Mike Rawlings accused police and fire associations of using bullying and intimidation tactics to get more money.
Dallas Police Associations Reject City Manager's Plan For Raises, New HiresUnder the plan, the city would spend an additional $37 million for the police and fire departments.
DPD Cops Investigated After Controversial Podcast Night Of AmbushA questionable video from the night of the downtown Dallas ambush shows two on-duty DPD officers calling fellow fellow officers ‘cowards’ on a podcast.
Digital Billboards To Promote Unity In DallasThe two digital billboards will be featured throughout Dallas.
Dallas Officers Are "Struggling," But Still ServingIt has been a nightmarish few days for the Dallas Police Department following the deadly attack in downtown. Ron Pinkston, president of the Dallas Police Association, talks about how officers are coping.
Dallas Police Assoc. Says Low Pay, Morale Trigger Several Police ResignationsJune was not a good month for staffing at the Dallas Police Department. The Dallas Police Association says nearly 50 officers resigned over the past month to take jobs in other North Texas cities.
Dallas Leaders Meet To Discuss Growing Crime RatesThe Dallas PD is still trying to crack down on violent crime, but newly released statistics show that the total number of murders within the city are up this year when compared to the same high numbers of last year.