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The city of Dallas is making history in naming its first female police chief. Ulysha Renee Hall is currently Deputy Chief of the Detroit Police Department, where she directs the city’s Neighborhood Policing Bureau. “I am honored to be chosen to lead the Dallas Police Department at this critical time in its history,” Hall said in a statement. “I look forward to building on the successes of the past, preserving community trust and ensuring the safety of our officers and the entire Dallas community.” Hall is a graduate of Grambling State University and the FBI National Academy and has a Master’s degree from the University of Detroit Mercy. She begins her new position after the Labor Day weekend. More here.

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