Women Shatter ‘brass Ceiling' to Seize 3 Top Law Enforcement Jobs in Dallas

Dallas will soon be one of the first major cities to have a trio of women leading its top law enforcement agencies. But all three hope that someday their gender won’t be news.“This job is about skill. It’s about the ability to lead,” said Ulysha Renee Hall, Dallas' future police chief. “I bring that. I don’t think it matters what gender I am.”When she starts in September, Hall will be Dallas’ first female top cop. She joins Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez and Dallas County District Attorney Faith Johnson.  Continue reading...

Copyright The Dallas Morning News
Contact Us