Dallas First Women Chief Makes Her Debut

September 05, 2017 11:42
Dallas First Women Chief Makes Her Debut

The League of United Latin American Citizens threw a breakfast gathering to donate school supplies for kids affected by Harvey on Saturday morning, new Dallas Police Chief made her debut on this event.

Detroit Deputy Police Chief Ulysha Renee Hall, a 19 year Veteran of that force and daughter of a cop became the first female chief of Dallas. This position was left vacant after Chief David Brown retired in October.

Rene V. Martinez says that “she’s the First African- American Women Chief in Texas History and somebody who brings new ideas and concepts, and opening diversity into our Dallas Police Department. So we thought it is important that we hear her voice and she hear the community ask questions”.

Hall said what her first steps as chief will be, “ The key is community engagement. Making sure that we’re working together, side by side, and that is what’s going to quell any issues that arise between us”.

By A.s

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