Support DPD & DART

Posted on July 8, 2016

Here are some opportunities to support the members of the Dallas Police Department and the Dallas Area Rapid Transit agency:

Send a letter of support to the Dallas Police Department:

  • Dallas Police Department, 1400 South Lamar Street, Dallas Texas 75215

About the DPD:

  • Since its creation more than 120 years ago, the Dallas Police Department has created an atmosphere of ethical, caring behavior. The 3,640 sworn officers and 556 civilians, who make up the department take special pride in helping to make Dallas a safe place to live, work and visit. As you explore this site, it is the department’s hope that you will become increasingly aware of the services and information available through the Dallas Police Department. Please use the available posts to find out more about the department’s organization, community partnerships, citizen programs, recruiting efforts and crime prevention information.The men and women of the Dallas Police Department will work with the citizens of Dallas to provide the highest level of quality, professional service that the City of Dallas deserves.

Make a donation to the DPD Assist the Officer Foundation:

  • DPD ATO, 1412 Griffin Street East, Dallas, TX 75215

About the ATO:

  • The Assist The Officer Foundation provides financial assistance to officers who are facing the loss of income due to a serious injury, life-threatening illness or other catastrophic event. Immediate assistance is also available to an officer’s family in the event of the death of an active officer. Since its creation in 1999, the foundation has provided assistance to hundreds of officers and their families who were faced with any number of different life-altering situations.

Send a letter of support to the DART PIO office:

  • DART PIO, 1401 Pacific Ave., Dallas, TX 75202

About the DART Police:

  • The DART Police force was established in 1989 as part of the transit agency’s mission to operate a safe system. DART Police officers are licensed peace officers of the State of Texas who have all the rights, privileges, obligations, and duties of any other peace officer in the state of Texas while on the property under the control of DART or in the actual course and scope of the officer’s employment. The law enforcement power granted to DART Police officers is subordinate to the law enforcement power of a municipality in which the power is attempted to be exercised.
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