Dallas Police Chief to Retire in October

Dallas Police Chief David Brown;  Photo: via NYPost.com

Dallas Police Chief David Brown; Photo: via NYPost.com

Dallas Police Chief David Brown announced his retirement yesterday, ending a 33-year career in law enforcement. 

Chief Brown rose to national prominence following the July ambush shooting of 5 Dallas-area police officers.

In a statement released yesterday, Chief Brown said, "Let's always remember the fallen officers including the five officers on July 7, 2016, and the brave men and women of the Dallas Police Department for their sacrifices to keep Dallas safe. Their memory will remain with all of us forever."

Chief Brown's retirement will become effective on October 22.


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