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          CPD 2020 Annual Report 

 

The death of George Floyd is tragic and unjust.

These actions are not indicative of the men and women who do this job the right way every day.

Professionalism, dignity, and respect should be our guiding values. Our compass should always point to these ideals.


- Chief Derick Miller 
May 27, 2020


We hear you. The Carrollton City Council and Carrollton Police Department will continue to take active steps to work against racial bias throughout the City. We are grateful for our existing community partnerships and will continue to enhance them and work together.

We are using this page to provide additional information on the questions we're receiving. This page is a work in progress and will be continuously updated. Please continue to check back for additional content, and send your ideas on how we can better serve you to CommunityVoice@CityofCarrollton.com.

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The Community Safety Education Act

Senate Bill 30, also known as The Community Safety Education Act, was passed by the 85th Texas Legislature, Regular Session, 2017. The legislation requires all Texas high school students learn how to properly interact with law enforcement officers. Part of the curriculum includes watching this video 

  

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