Dallas Police Chief Quits.
DALLAS – The chief of the Dallas Police Department is calling it quits after three decades with the force.
Thursday, Chief David Brown announced his retirement.
This comes six years after taking on the title of top brass and more than 30 years after first joining Dallas Police.
The mayor of Dallas had much praise for Brown at a press conference.
“In the wake of the tragic shootings of July 7th, when we lost four Dallas Police officers and a DART officer, the whole world learned what a special man leads our Dallas Police,” Mayor Mike Rawlings said.
Chief Brown’s actual statement salutes Dallas city officials and calls for remembrance of all fallen officers — especially the ones that were killed in July.
Video was Published on: Jul 18, 2016 @ 21:25
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