Frank Dyson, Former Police Chief of Dallas and Austin, Dies at 90

Former Dallas Police Chief W. Frank Dyson brought numerous innovations to the city's police force, including moving women into patrol duty and the launching the department's first helicopter unit.After a 23-year career with the Dallas department, he spend nine years as chief of police in Austin.Dyson, 90, died Thursday at his home in Robinson of complications from an inoperable brain tumor.Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Waco Memorial Park and Chapel on Interstate 35 in Robinson.  Continue reading...

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