Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall's Plan To Reduce Violent Crime Gets Mixed ReviewsThe 26-page report has been distributed to Mayor Eric Johnson and the Dallas City Council. The Mayor said it doesn’t go nearly far enough.
Dallas Records 200 Murders In 2019Dallas Police said there have been 210 total homicides in 2019 with 200 murders and ten that appear to be "justifiable homicides."
Dallas Mayor's Task Force On Safe Communities Is Weeks Away From Presenting RecommendationsWith 195 murders in the city of Dallas through December 9, the pressure is on the Dallas Police Department to develop a comprehensive plan to fight violent crime.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Calls Level Of Violent Crime 'Patently Unacceptable'Mayor Johnson said in a letter to the City Manager, the Dallas Police Department should have a Crime Reduction Plan in place by the end of the year.
Dallas Police Look To Reduce Violent, Property Crime During HolidaysDPD said its officers will focus on reducing robberies, thefts and stolen vehicles in certain shopping areas and entertainment districts.
Fort Worth Police Seek Masked Men Who Shot Worker At Discount Feed & MoreOfficers with the Fort Worth police department are searching for two masked men who shot a man at the Discount Feed & More store.
Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall Says Summer Crime Initiative Made 'Significant Impact'Chief Hall gave an update on the department's Summer Crime Initiative saying DPD achieved what they set out to accomplish -- a reduction in violent crime.
US Attorney General William Barr Visits Dallas, Touts Impact Of Project Safe NeighborhoodAttorney General Barr announced a $700,000 grant for Project Safe Neighborhood, a federal program that not only helps prevent crime but uses federal law enforcement to fight it.
US Attorney General Bill Barr In Dallas To Discuss City's Violent CrimeU.S. Attorney General Bill Barr will visit Dallas Wednesday afternoon to talk about the city’s violent crime problem.
Dallas Mayor's Task Force Co-Chairs To Hold First Meeting Together FridayThe meeting will not be open to the public, but they will be setting up an organization and developing a timeline and scope of their work.
Dallas Pastors On Recent Deadly Violence: 'We Must Do Better'At Glendale Park in South Dallas Monday evening, families gathered alongside local faith leaders to pray.