Dallas Police Chief David Brown Is Retiring

His retirement will be effective Oct. 22.
1:08 | 09/01/16

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Today is a bittersweet. Day for the city of Dallas after 33 years of service to the Dallas Police Department. Including more than six years. As a chief of police David O brown has announced his retirement. When she brown steps down on October 22. He will have been the longest serving Dallas chief in recent decades. As the as the mayor suggested it's really been a conversation that for me and and David's been going on for some time. Quite frankly as we've been talking about it it's been something that I've been not looking for two at all. And so it's been a conversation that's been going as much as any thing is how long can he stay. With the city. To see about moving movie thinks in the end in the fort direction that he has been doing. But as the mayor said there's so many other factors that were involved in the manner service city's Torre provided. This was a time that was the best for him and his family.

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