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Garcia served nearly 34 years in the Dallas Police Department and had been an assistant police chief there since 2004 before being hired by Phoenix.
The case filed in Federal Court alleges that the Dallas Police Department used excessive force when Dallas officers shot Jason Harrison repeatedly within two minutes of arriving at his home.
The crowd stood silent as singer Monica Saldivar walked on a stage flanked by the Dallas Police department honour guard and sang the American national anthem.
Hanks plays Jack Bailey, a young ambitious cop working for the Dallas Police Department who's been partnered with old school detective Dan Stark (Whitford).
They appreciate the work of the United States Secret Service and Dallas Police Department in responding to the incident," Sherzer added.
In a recent scandal involving the Dallas Police Department, 24 Mexican immigrants were convicted on drug charges after police informants planted bags of ground-up billiard chalk on them.
No one is closer to the issue than Joe Muscato, an ex-detective with the intelligence division of the Dallas police department and a former member of Wal-Mart's organized theft team, who is now lead investigator for Walgreen's organized crime unit.
The Dallas Police Department has crime statistics that it presents at each meeting, along with important information in and around the downtown area.