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Family suing IMPD and seeking justice after man shot while sleeping in grandmother’s driveway

Seven seconds. That is how long it took IMPD officers to fire over thirty rounds into Anthony Maclin’s rental car in the early morning hours of Dec. 31, 2022, as he slept in his grandmother’s driveway. Maclin was hit three times.

Two officers indicted for roles in shooting of man sleeping in grandmother’s driveway

Released body camera footage shows city police only took seven seconds before they fired 30 rounds into Anthony Maclin’s window as he slept in a rental car in his grandmother’s driveway last December.

Black Church Coalition addressing officer-involved shootings

The Black Church Coalition of Faith in Indiana said this recent incident of a police-involved shooting appears to be following a distressing pattern within the IMPD.

Community legend Mike Treez remembered after shooting

An Indianapolis community and music legend was remembered Sept. 9 by family, friends and local entertainers.

‘That’s two Black men gone:’ Community mistrust of IMPD

The Northwest Community Resource District Council (CRDC) hosted a community town hall Aug. 28 at the Global Village Welcome Center to discuss the topic of officer involved shootings.

Domestic Violence Network hosts Family Fun Fest to bring resources to Martindale-Brightwood

The Domestic Violence Network along with the Brightwood Community Center hosted a Family Fun Fest Aug. 19.

IMPD swears in new therapy dog

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) has sworn in a new therapy dog, Gus, who will provide peer support to officers. Mini Australian Labradoodle Gus...

City of Indianapolis seeking to fill three Special Assistant United States Attorney positions 

Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett was joined by United States Attorney Zachary Myers and IMPD Chief Randal Taylor to announce three positions the city is seeking to fill.  

Jefferson Shreve reveals public safety plan

In front of many community stakeholders and residents just weeks after three people were killed nearby, mayoral candidate Jefferson Shreve held a press conference...

Jefferson Shreve releases a statement following shooting violence in Broad Ripple 

In response to the Broad Ripple shootings, Indianapolis mayoral candidate Jefferson Shreve released a statement.
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