Some Dallas Police Officers and city leaders are pleased that perimeter fencing is finally being installed at some of the police substations, CBS Dallas/Fort Worth reports.
The President of the Black Police Association of Greater Dallas, Terrance Hopkins says, "Safety and security is just number one right now."
Crews are putting up fencing at the department's northeast and south central substations.
The $3 million project should be completed at all seven substations in July.
Hopkins says, "We can't wait for it. It's kind of late for us but at least the city decided to catch us up."
The added security measures come nearly three years after the Dallas Police headquarters building came under attack... → Cbs News' Report