New Staffing Study Says DPD Can Be Operated More EfficientlyAfter losing hundreds of Dallas police officers during the past several years, a highly-anticipated report says the Dallas Police Department needs to become more efficient.
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.
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.
Record Number Of Officers Leaving Dallas Police DepartmentBy the end of this month, 72 more Dallas Police officers will leave: 70 percent of them are retiring and the other 30 percent are going to make more money at other departments.
Police Told To Leave Protective Gear BehindThe I-Team has learned the officers assigned to the rally in downtown Dallas last July - where five officers were killed and nine wounded - were told not to wear certain heavy protective gear because it would make them look too “militaristic.”
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.