Indy mayor unveils budget as Sheriff plans to stop providing major services, close APC

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett unveiled his 2018 budget to the City-County Council Monday night, touting a focus on infrastructure and public safety. But just two hours before presenting his budget, the sheriff’s office announced cuts of its own, including closing the Arrestee Processing Center.

The mayor’s budget includes more than an additional $13 million to IMPD, but cuts more than $600,000 from the sheriff’s department.

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