Retired DPD Chiefs Send Lawmakers Warning About Pension Crisis, CrimeMore than 30 former Dallas Police chiefs have signed a letter, urging every state lawmaker to approve a bill that will save the Police and Fire Pension Fund from going broke within ten years.
Former Police Chiefs Sign Letter, Outlining Public Safety Crisis Facing DallasDozens of police officers, including former police chiefs, assistant chiefs and deputy chiefs are raising big alarm bells with Dallas about what they see as a public safety crisis.
DPD Choir Serves Sweet Songs And Barbeque To Raise MoneyAt the Dallas Police Department’s Northeast Division, officers cooked up something special today -- barbeque and catfish for $10.
DPD Searching For Driver Who Fatally Hit Uptown WomanDallas police say a woman was struck and killed by a vehicle while running across the street in the 2200 block of Cedar Springs Road early Saturday morning.
Latest DPD Recruiting Class Inspired By TragedyA larger class than most, the 41 recruits who began training last week were hired amid a surge of applications following last year’s tragedy.
Police Need Help Finding Critical Missing Dallas ManPolice in Dallas are asking for the public's help finding a critical missing 32-year-old man.
Council Hears City's Plan To Save Dallas Police And Fire PensionThe city council heard the city of Dallas' plan to save the police and firefighter pension fund on Wednesday.
Interim DPD Chief Fires Officer And Employee During HearingA Dallas Police Department employee and officer were fired Friday morning or their own arrests.
SMU Backs Out Of Plan To Honor DPD OfficerIn a statement the Dallas Police Association demanded SMU's president also offer a better explanation about what happened and called the apology "apathetic and insincere".
Father Of Officer Killed In Downtown Dallas Ambush Sues Black Lives MatterThe father of one of the five police officers slain in the July 7th downtown Dallas ambush is suing Black Lives Matter and a number of other groups and people for his death.
Dallas Library Needs Donations To Preserve Officer MemorialThe Dallas Public Library is in need of $75,000 to store a citizen-created memorial to the five slain officers from the downtown Dallas ambush on July 7.
Dallas Salutes Retired Chief David BrownBrown walked into the Morton Meyerson Symphony Center to a standing ovation.

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