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Indiana's Lawrence Police Department to Deploy Utility's BodyWorn Body Camera

August 22, 2016
Utility Inc. announced today that the Lawrence Police Department in Indiana will equip its police force with BodyWorn body cameras to provide transparency and accountability in police operations.

Off-Duty Indianapolis Officer Charged with Shooting Detective at Domestic

July 30, 2016
An off-duty Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officer traded gunfire with a detective at a south side apartment complex Friday night – beginning an hours-long search that ended with arrest of the off-duty officer.

Indianapolis Officer Shot, Suspect Killed After Vehicle Pursuit

July 26, 2016
An Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officer was shot, a second was injured and a suspect was killed during a traffic stop and police chase Monday night.

Indianapolis Police Post Photo on Facebook of Children Praying for Officer Father

July 19, 2016
A photo shared by the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department on Facebook Sunday is touching hearts across the country, as it shows children praying for the safe return of their police officer father.

Video: Stabbing, Arson Incident Leaves Indiana Officer in Coma

April 5, 2016
A Fort Wayne, IN, man who police said broke into a home, stabbed two people, then lit part of the home on fire during an incident that left a Fort Wayne police officer in a medically induced coma has been formally charged with a slew of felonies.

Stabbing, Arson Incident Leaves Indiana Officer in Coma

April 5, 2016
A Fort Wayne, IN, man who police said broke into a home, stabbed two people, then lit part of the home on fire during an incident that left a Fort Wayne police officer in a medically induced coma has been formally charged with a slew of felonies. More Here.

Indiana State Police Face "Crisis," as Troopers Leave for Higher Pay at Other Agencies

March 22, 2016
Indiana State Police say troopers are leaving the agency for higher paying jobs in law enforcement.

Indiana Deputy Killed in Mobile Home Shootout

March 20, 2016
A Howard County, IN, deputy was fatally shot while serving a warrant early Sunday morning, according to Indiana State Police.

Bombs Target Police and Judge in Indiana

March 19, 2016
Law enforcement officials in a small southern Indiana city were the target of two explosive devices that were detonated over the past nine days, police said on Thursday.

Video: Judge Tosses Accused Cop Killer's Lawsuit That Named Fallen Officer as Defendant

February 4, 2016
A lawsuit filed by a man accused of killing an Indianapolis Metro Police Department officer has been thrown out by a federal judge.

Judge Tosses Accused Cop Killer's Lawsuit That Named Fallen Officer as Defendant

February 4, 2016
A lawsuit filed by a man accused of killing an Indianapolis Metro Police Department officer has been thrown out by a federal judge. More Here.

Video: Indiana Officer Dives Into Pond After Boy Falls Through Ice

February 1, 2016
A Lawrence, IN, police officer is being hailed a hero after he dove into a pond to save a teenager who fell through the ice.

Indiana Officer Dives Into Pond After Boy Falls Through Ice

February 1, 2016
A Lawrence, IN, police officer is being hailed a hero after he dove into a pond to save a teenager who fell through the ice. More Here.

Accused Cop Killer Sues Fallen Officer, Indianapolis PD for Excessive Force

January 14, 2016
The man charged with killing Indianapolis Metro Police Officer Perry Renn in July 2014 has now filed a federal lawsuit against Renn, and the City of Indianapolis, alleging the use of excessive force. Major Davis II claims he was irreparably injured. He's demanding almost $7 million dollars in damages.

5-Year-Old Helps Turn Rescue Dog into Indiana Agency's Tracking K-9

December 1, 2015
The Ankeny (IN) Police Department will soon be deploying a new tracking K-9 thanks, in part, to the efforts of a 5-year-old boy. More Here.

Video: 5-Year-Old Helps Turn Rescue Dog into Indiana Agency's Tracking K-9

December 1, 2015
The Ankeny (IN) Police Department will soon be deploying a new tracking K-9 thanks, in part, to the efforts of a 5-year-old boy

Indiana Reporter has Eye-Opening Experience in Police Shoot-Don't Shoot Training

November 12, 2015
"What we're going to prove now is if he decides to shoot you, he will win," Patterson said, referencing a mock situation with a fake suspect. More Here.

Video: Indiana Reporter has Eye-Opening Experience in Police Shoot-Don't Shoot Training

November 12, 2015
“What we’re going to prove now is if he decides to shoot you, he will win,” Patterson said, referencing a mock situation with a fake suspect.

Shoplifting Suspect Dies in Custody of Indianapolis Police

September 28, 2015
Terrell Day, 18, died in the back of a police ambulance on Saturday after twice complaining of breathing issues during his arrest, according to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. More Here.

Video: Shoplifting Suspect Dies in Custody of Indianapolis Police

September 28, 2015
Terrell Day, 18, died in the back of a police ambulance on Saturday after twice complaining of breathing issues during his arrest, according to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.
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