While today might be his last day in uniform as the Chief of Dallas Police, Chief David O. Brown is looking forward to what the future holds. Chief Brown is putting away his badge and retiring from the Dallas Police Department after serving the the citizens of the City of Dallas for 33 years.
“It is bitter sweet and very emotional,” Brown said, “I am looking forward to spending more quality time with my family, but I will definitely miss working for this city alongside the greatest officers in the country.”
Chief Brown has always been service oriented and leaving the police department does not mean that will stop. He wants to inspire young people to embrace public service as a way to make change in their communities. No matter his next endeavor, Chief Brown is sure to be successful because of his passion for serving others and his willingness to step up and be the change.
Congratulations on your retirement Chief Brown! We wish you the best in everything the future has to bring. You will be missed by the men and women of the Dallas Police Department.