GRAYSON COUNTY (CBSNEWS.COM) – Police officers in Texas are facing consequences amid nationwide fallout over racist and violent Facebook posts revealed earlier this month by a watchdog group.

The Dallas Police Department, one of eight jurisdictions where officers’ social media activity was reviewed by the Plain View Project, said in a statement that it was working with watchdog group’s founder to gain a complete list of names and posts of every DPD employee flagged and determining whether any policies were violated.

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The police department in Denison, Texas said Thursday that one officer there was no longer with the department, one was issued a written reprimand, and two others were “appropriately counseled.”

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Facebook posts and comments by 3,500 officers or former officers from the following law enforcement jurisdictions were reviewed — Dallas; Denison, Texas; St. Louis; Philadelphia; Phoenix; Twin Falls, Idaho; York, Pennsylvania; and Lake County, Florida.

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