The city’s approach seeks to not only decrease crime, but look deeper into the issues of poverty and homelessness.
Indianapolis' Emergency Medical Services Chief says a lot of crime suspects and/or victims have some form of mental health challenges or struggles.
In Indiana, police input an offender’s DNA for comparison in a national database only after conviction of a felony.
The man accused of shooting and killing four people last year will go to trial in February.
Police say the suspected serial killer could face more charges.
After recent robberies on Bloomington's B-Line Trail, police urge pedestrians to be cautious.
Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard says housing more police officers in high-crime areas won't address the city's crime issues.
Law enforcement personnel say they don’t necessarily see an uptick in crime between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
A recently-passed “second chance” law gives Hoosiers convicted of low level felonies and misdemeanors the opportunity to clear their records.
Among large Indiana cities, Evansville had less violent crime overall, but still saw the number of reported crimes increase year-over-year.