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.
A Dallas police officer caught on camera pushing an Occupy Dallas protestor during an early November rally has been suspended.
Local retailers are fighting battles against organized theft. Police and prosecutors say sophisticated rings of thieves are stealing merchandise and food to sell at cut-rate prices online or at flea markets.
Police Chief David Brown has placed an officer on restrictive duty after internal investigators found a YouTube video showing the off-duty officer shoving an Occupy Dallas protester off a planter while working a security shift.
A new plan for the Dallas Police Department puts more officers on the streets. But now, some officers are saying the plan puts them at a greater risk, and could cause crime victims to wait longer for justice.
Dallas officials say they are trying to ensure that the 250,000 jubilant Mavs fans expected in downtown for the team’s victory parade are safe.
Interim Dallas Mayor Dwaine Caraway chaired his first regular City Council meeting Wednesday, but personal legal issues were not far from his mind.
A Dallas police officer was arrested and stripped of his badge after allegedly beating a suspect on camera.
One day after the department announced crime in the city dropped for the seventh consecutive year, Police Chief David Brown voiced the importance of neighborhood involvement in continuing the historic trend during a LULAC-hosted breakfast Saturday.
Dallas Police Chief David Brown has agreed to attend a pair of “town hall” meetings to discuss two police shootings. In both cases, officers opened fire on suspects who turned out to be un-armed.
Dallas Police Chief David Brown next week will honor the man who discovered the body of slain police officer J.D. Tippit and reported it just 45 minutes after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.