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Error renews questions about Indianapolis police

A fresh revelation about the mishandling of evidence in a fatal crash involving an Indianapolis police officer prompted the city's police chief, Paul Ciesielski, to step down Tuesday, and left Public Safety Director Frank Straub being grilled by a city-county committee Wednesday night.

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IMPD suspends officer over golf cart incident

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department has suspended and reassigned a supervisor on Marion County Prosecutor Carl
Brizzi's security detail who incorrectly reported that a fellow officer—and not Brizzi—was driving a golf
cart that flipped at a 2008 political fundraiser.

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IMPD investigates Brizzi golf cart incident

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the circumstances surrounding an officer's
injury at a 2008 fundraiser for Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi. IMPD also has cut back overtime
hours allowed for Brizzi's security detail, one of its most prolific overtime producers.

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Rising crime worries city businesses

Indianapolis fought long and hard to earn a reputation as a safe place to live and conduct business. But police statistics
show that local security is eroding. Crime has risen to the highest levels seen during Mayor Bart Peterson’s administration.

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