Dallas Asks for State to Help Fight Spike in Crime after Cutting $7M from Cop’s Overtime

Dallas Asks for State to Help Fight Spike in Crime after Cutting $7M from Cop’s Overtime


Texas Governor Greg Abbott is sending state police resources to the City of Dallas in response to a spike in violent crime. The governor responded to a request for assistance from the Dallas Police Department after city leaders cut the police overtime budget by $7 million.

“The rise in violent crime in the city of Dallas is unacceptable, and the Texas Department of Public Safety will assist the Dallas Police Department in their efforts to protect the community and reduce this surge in crime,” Governor Abbott said in a written statement. “Every Texan deserves to feel safe in their own community, and the State of Texas will continue to provide the city of Dallas with the resources they need to crack down on this heinous activity and protect Dallas residents.”

Governor Abbott responded to a request from the Dallas Police Department to provide direct support in reducing violent crime, the

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