Texas Warrant Roundup Gets Underway This WeekendLaw enforcement officials across Texas will be out in force starting Saturday morning for the 'Great Warrant Roundup.'
"National Night Out" Events Happening Across North TexasThe job of preventing crime is the responsibility of the community. That's the idea behind National Night Out, a program to encourage partnerships between police departments and the community.
Law Enforcement Learning To Communicate With Hearing ImpairedThe focus was to teach area law enforcement how to communicate with a deaf person during an emergency.
Dallas Police Chief 'We're Asking Cops To Do Too Much In This Country'Saying he was "running on fumes" Brown spoke frankly about everything that his employees have to deal with on a daily basis - and that it can be overwhelming at times.
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 Co. DA Office Says No Return Date For DA Susan HawkThe Dallas County District Attorney's office says it has no return date for DA Susan Hawk who is taking another leave of office while being treated for severe depression.
A 50-State Look At Officer Decertification For Sex IncidentsAssociated Press reports the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement decertified 619 officers, 79 for sex-related misconduct.
Supporters March For 'Unity In The Community'The second annual event happened in Fort Worth Saturday morning.
Dallas Police Concerned For Safety After Harris Co. Deputy ShootingPolice in Dallas have concerns about their safety, both on and off duty, after Harris County deputy Darren Goforth was shot to death in cold blood last Friday.
Hillary Clinton Backs Police Body Cameras Amid Texas BillAre police body cameras about to become the law of the land? 2016 Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton echoed Texas lawmakers Wednesday at Columbia University.
Fort Worth Among Cities Chosen For Project On Curbing Racial BiasFort Worth is in a group of six U.S. cities that will participate in a federal pilot program aimed at reducing racial bias and improving ties between law enforcement and communities.
Hundreds Remember Texas K-9 Officer Killed In The Line Of DutyIt was not your usual funeral procession in Paradise, Texas. Dogs panted as they trotted into the church at the sides of their handlers. And the memorial service was often interrupted by a bark or growl.