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.
Chief Brown Opens Up About RetirementFor the first time since announcing his retirement, Dallas Police Chief David Brown opened up about his decision to leave the department that he has served for 33 years.
DPD Chief David Brown Retiring In OctoberDavid Brown, the Chief of the Dallas Police Department, has announced that he is retiring.
Dallas Police Officer Salaries Again At Center Of DebateDallas police officers salaries are once again at the center of debate. Dallas Police Chief David Brown will be talking with the City Council later today about the issue.
DPD Chief David Brown Has Open Forum "Talk" With KidsAn event held this morning in Dallas is one of many gatherings meant to help ease tension between police and citizens – but this one was just for kids.
Chief: Police Returning To Dallas Shooting Scene OverwhelmedDallas Police Chief David Brown says several officers testifying on the fatal shooting of five colleagues last month were overwhelmed when they returned to the scene and could need years of treatment to recover.
Cowboys Honor Dallas PD At Camp With Chief David BrownThe Dallas Cowboys honored the Dallas Police Department at training camp along with DPD Chief David Brown and Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings.
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.
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.
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.
Obama & Biden Arrive To Honor Officers Killed In Dallas AmbushNorth Texas will again pause to remember five police officers, with DPD and DART, killed in a deadly ambush. Our nation’s leaders, present and past, will take part in tributes and memorials this afternoon.