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.
Dallas Police Association President Retiring From DPDRon Pinkston Will retire from the Dallas Police Department the same day as Chief David Brown.
Dallas Police Associations Reject City Manager's Plan For Raises, New HiresUnder the plan, the city would spend an additional $37 million for the police and fire departments.
Dallas Officers Are "Struggling," But Still ServingIt has been a nightmarish few days for the Dallas Police Department following the deadly attack in downtown. Ron Pinkston, president of the Dallas Police Association, talks about how officers are coping.
More Than 1,000 Attend #DallasStrong VigilLeaders from the Dallas Police Department and DART Police Departments praised the bravery and commitment of the officers they lost and made it clear Dallas is strong in the wake of the deadly ambush on Thursday, July 7.
Murder Rate Surges In Dallas, Up 71 PercentThe City of Dallas has a murder rate that’s up 71 percent this year compared to 2015.
DPD's Chief Brown Honored At RallyAfter criticism from police groups, there is now a show of support for Dallas PD's Chief David Brown.
After Threats, Dallas Police Union Requests Change To Keep Officers SafeDPA's President Ron Pinkston urges the department to stop releasing the names of the officers involved in deadly force situations.
DPA Leader Wants Officer Names Kept PrivateDallas Police Association president Ron Pinkston on Tuesday urged the Dallas Police Department not to release the names of officers who are involved in deadly force situations.
Some DPD Officers Say Unfair Discipline, Stress Partly Behind Slower ResponseThe head of the Dallas Police Association tells CBS 11 News that mentally beaten down officers are among the reasons for longer waits when it comes to responding to 911 calls.
Outrage After Officer Uses Handicap Loading ZoneA photo of a Dallas police cruiser parked in a handicap zone is making the rounds on social media; upsetting most people who see it.
Dallas Police Association Offers 10-Point Reform Plan For DPDA new survey finds many of the officers at the Dallas Police Department, who residents and business owners rely on, have a low morale. The head of the city's largest police union says 80% of their members are unhappy on the job.