IMPD Chief Riggs discusses recent attacks on officers, community policing

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.- Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Chief Troy Riggs stopped by the FOX59 red couch to discuss several hot topics.
Chief Riggs explains how his officers are doing after the recent attacks on police including an IMPD officer's home being shot at and another officer shot saving a man's life.
He tells us how those officers and their families are doing. Even though Indy is recognized for getting community policing right and healthy community relations, Riggs says IMPD is working on several ways to continue improving.
Chief Riggs also updates us on the big wins this month for keeping the community safe.  He says remember, if you see something, say something.  Officers will also be out checking on the homeless during the extreme heat encouraging everyone to check on your senior neighbors and stay hydrated.