Dallas Police Association Endorses Scott Griggs In Mayoral Runoff ElectionThe Dallas Police Association has endorsed mayoral candidate Scott Griggs as he and state Rep. Eric Johnson prepare for a runoff election.
'Okay To Steal': Gov. Abbott, Police Associations Denounce Dallas County DA's Criminal Reform PlanFrom North Texas to the Texas Capitol, leaders are coming together in opposition of Dallas County district attorney John Creuzot's plan for criminal justice reform that is aimed at ending mass incarcerations.
Legislation To Pay Off Student Loan Debt For Texas Law Enforcement Gaining SteamThe Dallas Police Association came up with the idea and got local legislators on board.
Dallas City Council Reaches Decision On Curfew For TeenagersA youth curfew will go into effect across Dallas Sunday night.
Dallas Firefighters' Frustrations With Problem-Plagued Payroll System Boil Over CBS 11 News has learned some of the big problems the city of Dallas is having with its payroll system.
Dallas Police Officers Benefitting From 'Mindfulness Training' During Anxious TimesThe training helps officers manage their reactions to stress through scenarios. Veteran officers say their jobs are more stressful than ever and they attribute it to social media.
Dallas Officer Brings Attention To Slow Response Times In Video: 'The Citizens Of Dallas Are Greatly Imperiled'A YouTube video Officer Nick Novello posted last week has been viewed more than 11,000 times. In it, he brings attention to DPD's response times.
Man Who Came To Dallas Officer's Aid Honored By Police AssociationLast week, as a Dallas police officer struggled with a suspect, only one person, Steve Mabry, stepped in to help.
Same Bond, But Conditions For Suspect In Crash That Killed DPD OfficerThe judge who on Monday revoked the bond of a 25-year-old man accused of causing the death of a Dallas police officer reinstated his same bond amount today... but with conditions.
Police Group Wants Answers After 'Extremely Low' Bail For Accused Cop KillerThe city's largest police association is demanding answers after a judge set what they call "extremely low bail" for the man charged with killing a Dallas police officer on Saturday.
Some Dallas Council Members Favor Raises For Police, FirefightersThe city of Dallas continues to lose police officers and firefighters to other North Texas cities that pay more.
Wait Is Over For Improved Officers' Waiting Room At CourthouseA truck full of new sofas, chairs and tables were unloaded at the Dallas County Courthouse Tuesday morning.
Former Dallas Officer Who Shot Unarmed Man In 2013 Still Hasn’t Gone To TrialThe young man Amy Wilburn shot said his life has been put on hold due to medical complications from the shooting and a pending civil case.
Some Dallas Police Officers Call City 'No Hope, Texas'Dallas's largest group of police officers are renaming the city in a post on social media to address the shortage of men and women in patrol.
Police: Suspect Smashes 12 Squad Cars With SledgehammerDallas police say a suspect entered a police parking lot and smashed 12 squad cars with a sledgehammer Sunday morning.