Dallas chief says it's time to stop segregating police unions by race

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    Dallas Police Department's Chief David Brown tells the Dallas Morning News that it's time for the four unions to combine into one to represent all officers.

    After wading through police association politics during a fight over the training academy, Chief David Brown says he wants a "Kumbaya" moment.

    "I’m going to put my foot in it with this," he said in a recent interview. "It’s time for Dallas to have one union representing all of our officers. The time for our unions to be segregated around race is long passed."

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