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Raleigh police chief Estella Patterson was sworn in Thursday morning at a ceremony in downtown Raleigh.
Jessica Patrick, WRAL multiplatform producer
Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown ended her 33-year career with the Raleigh Police Department on Wednesday, saying she's looking forward to "a more simple life" in retirement while bemoaning the gun violence neither she nor many in law enforcement have been able to reduce in recent years.
David Crabtree, WRAL anchor/reporter, & Matthew Burns, WRAL.com senior producer/politics editor
On her last day on the job, Raleigh Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown discusses her 33-tear career with the police department, the challenges of the past year, the epidemic of gun violence and her impending retirement.
City leaders have narrowed the field of candidates for Raleigh's next police chief to three people.
Joe Fisher, WRAL multimedia journalist
Raleigh's police chief, Cassandra Deck-Brown, is officially stepping down on June 30, the city announced Tuesday.
Raleigh Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown announces her retirement.
Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown announced Wednesday that she will retire on April 1, ending her three-decade career with the Raleigh Police Department.
Amanda Lamb, WRAL reporter
Police provided round-the-clock protection at Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown's Raleigh home for more than eight months this year, costing taxpayers $165,420.
Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown holds a brief news conference after presenting a report on officers' actions during riots in late May and early June to the Raleigh City Council.
On Tuesday, Raleigh Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown will give a full report to the Raleigh City Council on the police department's response during days of protest following the death of George Floyd.
Kasey Cunningham, WRAL reporter
WRAL's Sarah Krueger was with Raleigh Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown as she and others distributed face masks and hand sanitizer to the public in East Raleigh on Saturday.
As the coronavirus numbers climb, doctors repeatedly emphasize there's one thing that really works to slow the spread of the virus: masks.
Sarah Krueger, WRAL Durham reporter
As the mayor and police chief of Raleigh held a joint news conference hours before activists held their own, business owners continue the clean-up process following last weekend's protests and riots.
Keely Arthur, WRAL reporter
WRAL's Keely Arthur was at Friday's press conference as protesters said they want their demands met following the recent protests and violence after the death of George Floyd.
WRAL's Keely Arthur has more on the special Raleigh City Council meeting that was held Thursday where citizens got the chance to voice their opinions in the wake of protests and riots following the death of George Floyd.
Wednesday was another busy day of protests in Raleigh as many gathered throughout the day. It's the protesters that marched after the city's 8 p.m. curfew that caught the attention of the city's police chief the most.
Kirsten Gutierrez, WRAL reporter
WRAL's Kirsten Gutierrez has more on the meeting Raleigh Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown had with protesters who were still out in downtown Raleigh past the city's 8 p.m. curfew. She gave them until 9:45 to finish their protest before they had to go home for the night.
Raleigh Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown spoke for the first time after the city implemented its curfew in the wake of the George Floyd protests and riots from Saturday and Sunday.
Kirsten Gutierrez, WRAL reporter
WRAL's Kirsten Gutierrez was there when Raleigh Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown met with protester Conrad James. They spoke and Deck-Brown took a list of demands from James.
"Last night was both heartbreaking and devastating," said Raleigh mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin.
"Last night was both heartbreaking and devastating. In all my years I've never quite seen anything like this," said Raleigh mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin.
"We had about two hours of peaceful protesting," Raleigh Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown said at a Sunday morning press conference. "Everything after that was anarchy."
Police have been providing round-the-clock protection at Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown's Raleigh home since protesters showed up at her door in March.
Adam Owens, WRAL anchor/reporter
Raleigh police were investigating a spate of violent incidents that has resulted in the deaths of two people and three others being hurt.