DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) — As the Dallas homicide rate continues to increase, city leaders met to reassure concerned citizens that there is a plan.
The recent spike of violence in Dallas has pushed the number of murders in the city above 100 for the year, including nine that are unsolved.
At the University of North Texas’ Dallas campus, people gathered and demanded answers as well as solutions from Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall.
Hall said Senator Royce West wanted to have a dialogue about a safer Dallas.
“This is just about bringing us up to date from where we are on a law enforcement perspective, but also finding out what other way is the community can work together,” Hall said.
Leon Holennam, who attended the town hall meeting, argues that police can’t fix societies issues.
“My major concern...Read More