Dallas Picks First Female Police Chief

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U. Renee Hall, a deputy chief in Detroit, will replace David Brown. She will need to address a murder rate that has risen over the past two years from a historically low level in 2014, and a department still bruised from last July's sniper attack which left five officers dead. Last year, 336 officers left the department amid a crisis over pensions . . .

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