‘Cool, Collected’ Dallas Chief to Retire, Surprising City Leaders

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David Brown, praised for his leadership when five Dallas cops were killed on July 7, says he will leave his job on Oct. 22, his 56th birthday. He has spent 33 years as a cop in Dallas. He revealed his decision on Twitter and says he will have nothing further to say about it until next week.
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