INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett and Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) Assistant Chief Chris Bailey will join area residents for a public safety walk Wednesday.
Officials said the monthly public safety walks were started in 2017 as a way to help build bridges of trust between area residents and the officers who serve them.
Public safety walks were also created to provide a venue for neighbors and business owners to share safety concerns, as well as discuss crime issues with city officials.
The walk will take place in IMPD’s Northwest District at 4 p.m. and will begin in Frank Young Park at 1000 Udell St.
Members of the public are asked to wear a face covering in line with current public health orders.