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Dallas’ Chief Hall implements ‘duty to intervene’ policy after calls for greater police accountability
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The Dallas Police Department announced shortly before midnight Thursday that Police Chief U. Renee Hall had instituted a new general order compelling members of the department — both sworn and non-sworn — “to either stop, or attempt to stop, another employee when force is being inappropriately applied or is no longer required.”

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