Dallas Police Department “Broken,” Says Union Head

The Dallas Police Department, once judged one of the nation’s most progressive law-enforcement agencies, is struggling to restore its reputation amid questions about the performance of officers and a fired police chief, reports the Associated Press. Complaints about leadership and limited resources have put a harsh spotlight on the 3,000-officer force. “We’re just deluged daily
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