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Civil, human rights investigation to be conducted in Indianapolis

Civil rights attorney Malik Shabazz is leading an investigation into possible civil and human rights violations in regard to the murder of Dorian Murrell.  Shabazz...

Prosecutor’s office: Officers justified in killing man in July 2020

The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office won’t file criminal charges against Indianapolis police officers who shot and killed 35-year-old Grant King on July 19, 2020. The...

‘They have no hope’: Local officials, community differ on how to solve soaring homicide rates

When Paula Stone got into an argument with her 90-year-old neighbor last October, she thought the tension had hit its peak. A few weeks...

IMPD officer who killed Dreasjon Reed sues NFL

De’Joure Mercer, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) officer who shot and killed Dreasjon Reed on May 6, 2020, is suing the National Football...

New fiscal package gives more money to IMPD

A multimillion-dollar fiscal package will allocate $1.5 million to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) for “enhancing IMPD capabilities.” Mayor Joe Hogsett announced the...

Police shoot man they say charged them with a knife

Indianapolis police officers shot a man May 31 after they say he charged them with a knife in a home. The incident, which happened shortly...

‘We’re all potential victims’

Note: This story has been edited to include information on Day'Shawn Bills' death. A 12-year-old boy is dead after being shot in the early...

Bridging the gap between police, community

In his nearly 40 years as an Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) officer, Matt Steward saw officers use their money to keep strangers’ lights...

Lawsuit: Family wants IMPD to hand over evidence from man’s killing

The family of a man killed in 2015 says Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is violating the state’s public records law by refusing to release...

City will award crime prevention grants based on need in each city-county council district

Indianapolis will adjust its crime prevention efforts by allocating grants according to which city-county districts have the greatest needs. The Council District Crime Prevention Grants...
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