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No Charges for Officers in Dallas Sniper's Death

January 31, 2018
Dallas police officers who used a bomb robot to kill the sniper who ambushed officers and civilians during a downtown protest will not face charges, a grand jury has determined.

Son of Slain Dallas Transit Officer Found Dead of Apparent Suicide

November 21, 2017
The son of Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) Officer Brent Thompson was found dead of apparent suicide Monday in Corsicana, TX.

City of Dallas Says Private Mural Honoring Fallen Officers Violates Code

July 14, 2017
Dallas officials are asking that a mural honoring law enforcement officers who died in a sniper attack last year be taken down or altered because it violates city codes.

Dallas County Commissioner Speaks Against Honoring Fallen Officers

July 10, 2017
Commissioner John Wiley Price disagreed with the reason for the resolution, arguing that law enforcement should not be honored unless all are remembered.

Dallas Library Archives Public Tributes to Fallen Officers

July 10, 2017
An eight-foot cross rests on its side, near an assortment of other crosses and a collection of police uniform patches. Close by are rain-curled posters and hundreds of artificial flowers. “Back the blue,” reads one sign, not far from where stuffed animals sit on a library shelf that once held true crime books.

Video: Dallas County Commissioner Speaks Against Honoring Fallen Officers

July 10, 2017
Commissioner John Wiley Price disagreed with the reason for the resolution, arguing that law enforcement should not be honored unless all are remembered.

A Year After Slayings, Dallas Police Train in 'Mindfulness'

July 7, 2017
A year later, Dallas officers are still grieving, but scores of them have received or are on track to receive specialized training in "mindfulness" and other stress-management techniques that aim to teach police how to better understand and control their emotions, both on and off the job.

NRA Launches Back Our Blue Initiative in Support of America's Police

July 6, 2017
"My brother gave his life protecting those who marched against him. That's why I Back Our Blue," Krol says in this video to support the campaign. Since 2000, the NRA has paid out about 3 million dollars in line of duty death benefits. More Here.

NRA Launches Nationwide Initiative in Support of America's Police

July 6, 2017
The NRA is launching the NRA Cars For Freedom: Back Our Blue campaign to raise money to help support law enforcement in various ways. The NRA Foundation's Law Enforcement Training program will also be supported by the Back Our Blue initiative.

Video: Police Told to Leave Protective Gear Behind Before Dallas Sniper Attack

June 30, 2017
The officers assigned to the rally in downtown Dallas last July – where five officers were killed and nine wounded – were told not to wear certain heavy protective gear because it would make them look too "militaristic."

Police Told to Leave Protective Gear Behind Before Dallas Sniper Attack

June 30, 2017
The officers assigned to the rally in downtown Dallas last July – where five officers were killed and nine wounded – were told not to wear certain heavy protective gear because it would make them look too "militaristic." More Here.

Video: NY Charity Pays Off Mortgages for Families of Fallen Dallas Officers

December 20, 2016
This is the first holiday the families of the five Dallas-area officers slain in the July sniper attack will be without them. A foundation in New York raised $610,000 to help some of them pay off their homes and others to ease some of their financial burdens just in time for Christmas.

NY Charity Pays Off Mortgages for Families of Fallen Dallas Officers

December 20, 2016
This is the first holiday the families of the five Dallas-area officers slain in the July sniper attack will be without them. A foundation in New York raised $610,000 to help some of them pay off their homes and others to ease some of their financial burdens just in time for Christmas. More Here.

Video: University Invites Daughter of Fallen Dallas Officer for Honor, Rescinds, Then Apologizes

November 14, 2016
Southern Methodist University is apologizing after rescinding an invitation to the daughter of a slain Dallas police officer who was supposed to do an honorary serve at the school's weekend volleyball match.

University Invites Daughter of Fallen Dallas Officer for Honor, Rescinds, Then Apologizes

November 14, 2016
Southern Methodist University is apologizing after rescinding an invitation to the daughter of a slain Dallas police officer who was supposed to do an honorary serve at the school's weekend volleyball match. More Here.

Father of Officer Killed in Dallas Ambush Sues Black Lives Matter, Others

November 9, 2016
Enrique Zamarippa’s civil lawsuit on behalf of his son Officer Patrick Zamarripa blames the group in addition to: Louis Farrakhan, the Nation of Islam, Al Sharpton, National Action Network, Rashad Turner, Opal Tometi, Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza, Deray McKesson, Johnetta Elzie, New Black Panthers Party, Malik Zulu Shabazz and George Soros for his death.

Dallas Pro Hockey Team to Honor Fallen Officers at Home Opener

October 13, 2016
The National Hockey League Dallas Stars will honor the five police officers who lost their lives in a sniper attack on July 7 in downtown Dallas as part of their season opener tonight at 7:30 at the American Airlines Center.

NFL Player Donates $35K to Fallen Officers to Apologize for "Cop Killing" Post on Facebook

October 6, 2016
Following through with a promise he made during the summer, Cleveland Browns running back Isaiah Crowell donated his first paycheck of the season to the Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation.

Non-Profits Raise $10 Million for Families of Dallas Officers Killed in July Ambush

September 26, 2016
Non-profit groups in North Texas say they have raised almost $10 million dollars for the families of five police officers who were killed in Downtown Dallas July 7.

Inside the Dallas Sniper Attack

September 7, 2016
In the July twilight, beneath the city’s skyscrapers, a gunman had taken aim at his officers as they stood along Main Street policing a protest rally. One fell, then a second, and a third. After helping to drag one of his wounded men into a patrol car, Gunter followed the gunman’s trail of broken glass and blood.
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