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Behind the badge: Randal Taylor reflects on time as IMPD chief

Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Chief Randal Taylor announced his resignation Dec. 15. He reflects on his time and leadership as IMPD chief and the department’s growth and challenges.

Black LGBTQ+ Hoosiers remember vibrant hangout spot

In the early 2000s, bordered between Carter and Walnut Streets, was a space where Black LGBTQ+ people found a haven unlike any other in...

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...

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...

Legislation could heavily impact Black community

Several bills that could have a significant impact on Black Hoosiers have made it through one half of the legislative process and are now...

‘I think we’re moving in the right direction’: IMPD chief hopeful (and realistic) about gaining trust

Randal Taylor met plenty of unexpected obstacles during his first year as chief of Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. A pandemic, months of protests, two...

Reimagining police in Indiana: Are there any clear answers?

Community members, police officers and local officials will all tell you changes are needed when it comes to policing in Indianapolis. But depending on...
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