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When: Thursday, May 10, 2018
11:30 AM
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Addison Event Center
14775 Midway
Addison, Texas  75001
United States
Contact: Terry Barnes
214-368-2181


Online registration is available until: 5/4/2018
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CHIEF U. RENEÉ HALL 

Chief U. Reneé Hall is the 29th Chief of Police for the City of Dallas, Texas.  She is the first woman to ever hold this position.  During her brief tenure with the Dallas Police Department, Chief Hall has made prominent steps to transform the department to reflect 21st Century Policing by streamlining the department’s organizational structure to improve efficient workflow between units, and strengthen effective policy processes. Chief Hall has prioritized community engagement and outreach by connecting with Officers in the field, meeting with Dallas community groups, professional leaders, and local organizations.    
 
Under Chief Hall’s leadership, the department has engaged innovative recruitment strategies, which include working with the independent school districts and local colleges to generate a student pipeline, and internship program. She has increased internal accessibility to her office, and overseen several General Order and policy changes within the department.     
 
Chief Hall is an accomplished and highly dedicated law enforcement executive with more than 18 years of experience to include 12 years at the management and executive level at the Detroit Police Department.  Her career began in Detroit, Michigan with a community of 700,000 people and approximately 3,100 sworn and civilian employees.  She commanded the largest Bureau that included the Neighborhood Policing Bureau, East & West Patrol Bureaus, Downtown Division, and Metropolitan Division with more than two-thirds of the total employees and a Bureau budget of 137 million dollars.  
 
In Detroit, Chief Hall created community policing and mentoring programs that developed and fostered partnerships between officers, community members and businesses alike.  These programs were nominated by the Department of Justice for Community and Justice Awards.  
 
Her educational accomplishments include completion of the FBI National Academy, Major Cities Chiefs Executive Leadership Institute (PELI IV), two Masters of Science degrees in Security Administration and Intelligence Analysis, from the University of Detroit Mercy, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Grambling State University.  

 

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