A proposal introduced before the City-County Council has the potential to drastically change the way the rules are written for IMPD officers. Sponsors think it may be unique in the country and [...]
Members of Faith in Indiana want citizens to oversee all policies within the Indianapolis Metro Police Department.
Indianapolis police are implementing new policies in the aftermath of protests downtown. Will they be enough to diffuse tensions? A panel of experts discusses the challenges of police-community [...]
Indiana families struggling to make ends meet amid the coronavirus pandemic could face new financial hurdles if lawmakers fail to reach an agreement to extend enhanced unemployment benefits.
In a move aimed at stopping the spread of the coronavirus in Indianapolis, the city has given the Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health $10.5 million to hire and manage more than [...]
Two Indianapolis City-County Councilors want to add civilians to the city’s General Orders Committee, which determines the procedures Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers use on a [...]
“Our community is demanding both transparency and a seat at the table. In order for our law enforcement partners to do their jobs and protect us as citizens, we have to rebuild that trust between [...]
The proposal seeks to add more community voices to police policy and follows national protests over law enforcement accountability spurred by police killings of Black people nationwide.
“It is time to put the voice of the public back in public safety,” Carlino said.
An IndyStar analysis of ZIP code level data reveals that COVID-19 infection rates in predominantly nonwhite ZIP codes such as Martindale-Brightwood's are nearly three times as high as in the [...]
Perla Alamillo was relieved Thursday when she heard the Supreme Court had rejected the Trump administration's attempt to end the Obama-era DACA program. ... Still, she said, it isn't enough.
Why did a city that has seen its share of usually peaceful protests and marches over the years turn so violent? For some answers, WRTV turned to University of Indianapolis Professor Terrence [...]
Hours before a Friday night curfew began across Marion County, Mayor Joe Hogsett on Friday afternoon called for the modernization of the city police’s “use of force” policy. This comes after [...]
Victory! Our LIVEFREE campaign sees a major victory as IMPD updates its use-of-force policy.
By Fox59 Web | WXIN 59 (Fox, Indianapolis)June 8, 2020 Read or watch the story at its source. INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis City-County Council unanimously passed a proposal Monday night to [...]
"Faith in Indiana, we've been pushing for some policy changes with our police department," Kenneth Sullivan Jr., pastor of News Directions Church, said. "It started with the massive march we [...]
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Overcoming Church on the city’s east side will host its second face mask giveaway amid the COVID-19 crisis on Saturday morning. The effort is a partnership between local [...]
"The simple truth is this: We must hear the anguished cries of our black neighbors who were born into a system where, from the moment of birth, they are forced to bear the weight of over 400 [...]
"You've got to be actively involved not just in this moment, but you've got to be actively involved with this movement," said J. Rashad Jones, pastor of Sanders Temple Church of God in Christ. [...]