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Councilman's Public Safety Plan Returns to Rules Committee
Oliverio's is the latest in a line of proposals from mayoral candidates to beef up public safety, which has taken a hit over the past several years after budget cuts and layoffs. Councilmember Madison Nguyen suggested restoring the burglary unit.
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Crime prevention forums offer home safety measures
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – On Tuesday morning, five people were robbed within about an hour and a half of each other on the city's southeast side. Police say some of the victims were also pistol whipped. A short time later, IMPD caught the man who they …
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Planned food safety rules rile organic farmers
In 2010, after a years-long campaign, food-safety activists persuaded Congress to give the FDA authority to regulate farm practices. The next year, an outbreak of food poisoning that killed 33 people who ate tainted cantaloupes put pressure on the FDA …
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