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As violent crime rises in Indianapolis, we're all worried. But we don't want to live in fear. It's time to take our community back, and WTHR is helping by empowering you to understand the risks and deal with the problems in your neighborhood. Let's get busy making our home a safer place. We’re taking a new approach to covering crime in our city by taking an in-depth look at where the trouble spots are, the root causes and the solutions that city leaders and community members are exploring.

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IMPD debuts new tool to fight abusers

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Community Affairs Director Angela Cain is shattering the silence with an exclusive report on new hope for victims of domestic violence.

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Viral home security video leads to quick arrest Video included

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A home security video of a package-stealing thief at a south Indianapolis home went viral overnight and led to the arrest of the suspect.
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Two arrested in northwest Indianapolis Craigslist robbery

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Two men accused of stealing a game system are in police custody after a search Wednesday afternoon. More>>

IMPD officer agrees with need for more officers on streets Video included

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A 14-year IMPD veteran agrees the city could use the 280 officers proposed by Mayor Greg Ballard - and then some.
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IMPD officer resigns after second DUI arrest Video included

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An Indianapolis Metro Police officer has resigned after being arrested for driving under the influence this week. More>>

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    Steve Jefferson Crimebeat Reporter Crimebeat reporter Steve Jefferson joined the Eyewitness News team in June 2002. Steve's news experience includes reporting and anchoring at TV and Radio Stations
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    Find Crimestoppers' Most Wanted list for Central Indiana as well as press releases and Most Wated posters. You can even sumit an anonymous tip to the organization. Crimestoppers' mission is to profile selected felony crimes and fugitives and accept information on any felony crime or fugitive.More >>
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