Police Chief David Brown has fired another Dallas police officer, the department announced Monday.
A Dallas Police officer who was cited in Forney for driving while intoxicated has been fired while another who falsified information on a police report has been suspended, a department media release says.
Since January, Dallas police have opened fire on seven suspects. But according to city crime statistics, officers are not the only ones taking aim.
Chief David Brown is promoting two Dallas Police Department officers to deputy chief and assistant chief. Brown announced the promotions at a ceremony on Wednesday.
Early this morning, Dallas police and agents whose shirts identified them as criminal investigations agents of the Internal Revenue Service carted box after box of documents from a shuttered south Dallas medical facility.
Dallas Police Chief David Brown is defending his department after having to place an officer on administrative leave following accusations that he drove drunk and shot at another vehicle while having marijuana on him.
Police officers participating in a controversial program at the Dallas Police Department are giving the experience good ratings.
Last month, Dallas Police Chief David Brown used the first-ever Chief on the Beat event as a podium to announce the eighth-straight year of a decline in crime within the city. On Saturday, he held the second such event. And he live-tweeted it.
After Dallas officers were ambushed in two separate shootings in one day, police officials are noting the alarm among their ranks –– and they have FBI statistics to back them up.
Police work has always been dangerous, but recent incidents involving officers has alarmed those who wear the badge.
The Dallas Police Department’s Mandatory Crime Reduction Program targets specific high-crime areas –– and police and residents alike are praising its effects.
Crime inside the city of Dallas has dropped for the eighth consecutive year, completing a nearly 40 percent decline since 2003, according to a memorandum that will be presented Monday to city leaders.