Dallas police, for the second year in a row, rank No. 1 on a per capita basis among the 11 largest cities nationwide in the use of deadly force, a newspaper survey indicated. Dallas police shot and killed 10 people in 1986 and wounded 19 others. In 1985, Dallas officers killed nine people and wounded nine others, earning the department the top ranking based on shootings per 100,000 population, the Dallas Times Herald reported. Dallas' 10 police shooting deaths equaled 1.03 per 100,000 residents. San Diego, second on the list, reported eight shooting deaths, or .83 per 100,000 residents. Los Angeles was third with 22 deaths, or .71 per 100,000 residents.