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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Jan. 2, 2016) – Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett is expected to layout his plan for his first 100 days in office to fight crime in the city Saturday at 2:30 at the City County Building.

This comes just a day after he was sworn into the position.  State, local and federal leaders are expected to join Hogsestt for the announcement.

Hogsett enters office after the most deadly year in Indianapolis with 144 criminal homicides.

"I'm asking the people of Indianapolis for your help. I ask for your time. And your talent," Hogsett said at his swearing in ceremony. "For more of your thoughts and ideas. More of your compassion and kindness. More of your dedication and commitment."