The Black Police Association of Greater Dallas Responds to Recent Demotions in Dallas Police Department

DALLAS, TX– Effective December 13th, Chief U. Renee Hall will reduce the size of her command staff within the Dallas Police Department by demoting several chief-level officers. Four members of the Black Police Association of Greater Dallas will be affected by either promotion or demotion.

The association would like to acknowledge and congratulate the two chief level officers who were promoted. Although the association has two deputy chief members that were affected by demotion, they will continue to support them and advocate on their behalf. The BPA remains prayerful that the Chief is making the right decisions and hopes to foster a constructive dialogue in light of these changes.

The Black Police Association of Greater Dallas will continue to advocate and promote justice and fairness for their members and the community they serve.

About the Black Police Association of Greater Dallas

The Black Police Association of Greater Dallas, POA consists of 650 sworn officers/deputies, whom have taken an oath to maintain law and order for our citizens, and represent the finest element of our community. You can be assured that each and every day, we are working diligently to build a safe and prosperous environment for everyone; especially our children. We are proud of the various community, regional, state and national charities who benefit from our support and involvement. We have proudly served the community of Dallas for forty plus years. We are committed to not only the safety of our citizens and business but to providing charitable contributions to those in our community who need our help the most.