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The Citizens’ Police Complaint Office

Our first guests today were from the Citizen’s Police Complaint Office/Board.

About: “The Citizens’ Police Complaint Office (CPCO) is an office, independent of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, created by City Ordinance. It affords citizens of Indianapolis who believe they have been treated improperly by an IMPD officer the opportunity to have their complaints articulated and investigated.”

Contact: 200 E Washington St. Suite 1841,

Complaint Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScS4AWuJAUQYR6WrHBP2P5k1iSqR7vrvmeVlnie6fnMaz0MKQ/viewform

Website: http://www.indy.gov/eGov/City/DPS/CPCO/Pages/home.aspx


National School Walkout on Wednesday, March 14.

Students all over the country are planning to walk out of class for 17 minutes in memory of the 17 lives lost during the shooting at Douglas High School.

Some Schools who will participate:

“Avon: They will be doing a peaceful assembly at 10 a.m. for students wishing to participate.

Carmel: They will have a ceremony in the fieldhouse that will involve reading the names of Florida victims.

Indianapolis Public Schools: Five high schools, and even some middle schools and elementary schools, are planning demonstrations. For the most part, students will not leave campus. Instead, they will head to designated safe area on campus and be supervised by staff. Ferebee says he’s proud of students for organizing the demonstration, and he has been talking to his student advisory board about it.

Muncie: Students who choose to participate in the walkout will gather at 10 a.m. in the student center and then proceed to the football stadium where speakers, including Sheriff Ray Dudley, will discuss topics related to gun violence and the law. Students will return to class after 17 minutes with their absence excused. Students who choose not to participate will carry on with their usual morning activities.

Noblesville: They will have a vigil at 6:45 a.m.; a moment of silence at 7:35 a.m.; a video shown at 10 a.m.; and discussions at lunch. There will also be a special art display honoring victims of school shootings.

Perry Township: Southport High School and Perry Meridian will have a brief assembly. Students can walkout if approved by a parent.”

-info courtesy of Fox 59


Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis

Wheeler Dowe Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis

“Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis believes every young person deserves to live a life filled with hope and opportunity. Because we care about our young people, we provide a safe, educational and positive atmosphere where they can prosper and reach their full potential.”

Address: 2310 East 30th Street Indianapolis, IN 46218

Phone: (317) 926-4222

Website:  http://bgcindy.org/wheeler-dowe



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