DALLAS — Former Dallas Police Assistant Chief Marlin Price says the Dallas Police Department is in trouble. Hundreds of officers have left over low pay and a failing pension system.
”We are worried about the problems that we have with our pension and what that foretells for the future for the citizens of Dallas,” said Price.
In a historic move, he and other former Dallas Police Department brass wrote a letter predicting dire consequences.
“We believe the city of Dallas is facing a future public safety crisis that may result in significant crime increase. We are concerned about not becoming the next Chicago and not becoming the city that does not take care of its citizens,” said Price. MORE
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