Indianapolis sending more money to crime prevention groups

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Indianapolis is allocating more money to help curb crime. The city is planning to use hundreds of thousands dollars to help groups fighting violence. City-County Council passed the proposal Monday night. It transfers $400,000 of accrued interest from the city’s rainy day fund, previously considered for councilor’s pay raises, to be used for crime prevention.​ “What we’re looking for are folks who will be feet on the ground, in the neighborhoods who know the folks in the…

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