City of Indianapolis Police Police Department

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City of Indianapolis Police Police Department
City of Indianapolis Police Police Department is listed in the Police & Law Enforcement category in Indianapolis, Indiana. Displayed below is the only current social network for City of Indianapolis Police Police Department which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of City of Indianapolis Police Police Department on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 67.

Contact information for City of Indianapolis Police Police Department is:
200 E Washington St
Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 327-2695

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City of Indianapolis Police Police Department has an overall ZapScore of 67. This means that City of Indianapolis Police Police Department has a higher ZapScore than 67% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Indianapolis, Indiana is 37 and in the Police & Law Enforcement category is 20. Learn more about ZapScore

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City of Indianapolis - Government shared an event.
The #pplfoodsummit is this Saturday! Register now to help solve food insecurity in your community!
Sponsored by the City of Indianapolis, Indy Food Council, and Purdue Extension-Marion County Mayor Joe Hogsett is committed to breaking the cycle of poverty and solving issues of food access and food security in Indianapolis. Across the city, and especially in low-income neighborhoods, residents may face barriers to accessing healthy and affordable food. Lack of access to nutritious food can negatively affect diet and health, and can often be traced as a root cause of crime. The People’s Food Summit aims to bring together the people of the City of Indianapolis and Marion County with City officials and subject-matter experts to engage in developing a comprehensive strategy for addressing problems of limited food access. The Food Summit’s Morning Session will include an exploration of current and upcoming activities across Marion County. The Morning Session will be followed by a catered lunch provided by the Indy Food Council. The Food Summit’s Afternoon Session will include strategic planning preparation be led by Purdue Extension-Marion County. The session will allow community members to organize themselves, based on their personal interests in the food system, by defined strategic topics. Each strategic working group will develop a vision, mission, objectives, and strategies to create a positive impact on Marion County’s food system. Following the Summit, the working groups will dedicate themselves to three subsequent meetings to develop a comprehensive, replicable strategy to addressing a specific food access challenge.. By the end of the year, all strategic documents will be compiled to create a county-wide, community-based strategy for food access. Strategic Topics The following topics will guide the strategic planning process. The strategic topics encompass all aspects of the City of Indianapolis’ and Marion County’s food system; from agricultural production to foodservice outlets. 1. Urban Agriculture Urban agriculture involves cultivating, processing, and distributing food in a city. Urban agriculture can also involve community gardening, animal husbandry, aquaculture, agroforestry, urban beekeeping, and horticulture. 2. Alternatives to Retail Supermarkets Nontraditional forms of healthy food retail, outside of supermarkets, that are bringing fresh food to residents of underserved communities. In many cases these markets have adopted unique and innovative business strategies to successfully serve consumers. Examples include mobile delivery, farmers’ markets, buying clubs, etc. 3. Improvements to Food Service More than 30 million U.S. schoolchildren eat at least one cafeteria meal per school day. Over one-quarter of people in the U.S. eat at a fast-food restaurant two or more times per week. Although, schools and restaurants had made strides on including healthier options in the last several years, there is still work to be done. 4. Health & Nutrition The compliment to improving accessibility and availability of healthy, affordable food is educating individuals on the benefits of good health and nutrition. Educational and community-based programs encourage and enhance health and nutrition by educating community members on various topics. 5. Transportation Improving transportation options to and from such food sources as supermarkets and farmers’ markets increases a community's access to healthy foods. Transportation improvements may include increasing bus routes to food retailers and supermarket-sponsored shuttle services. 6. Hunger Relief One in five residents of Marion County is food insecure, meaning that they don't always know where their next meal will come from. Despite federal nutrition programs and charitable hunger relief organizations providing assistance, hunger is still a persistent problem in our city. Hunger relief partners are working on new ways to improve access to healthy foods for all Marion County residents. Other Have something you want to see that's not included? Tell us! Fill out the text box when you register. AGENDA: 10:00am- Gather and check-in Thanks @[114005128937250:274:Rabble Coffee] and @[658380764184855:274:Wildwood Market] for morning coffee and snacks! 10:20-12pm- Updates/ Presentations 10:20 @[295577679530:274:Indianapolis LISC] 10:30 City of Indianapolis 10:50 Urban Agriculture 11:00 Alternatives to Retail Supermarket 11:10 Improvements to Food Service 11:20 Health and Nutrition 11:30 Transportation 11:40 Hunger Relieve 11:50 State of Food System Report 12-12:30pm Grab lunch and screen Urban Ag Incubator and Neighborhood Food Champion Videos Thanks @[279783668745001:274:Tlaolli] for providing lunch! 12:30- 2:30pm Breakouts/ Strategic Planning Preparation 2:30 Re-group 3:00pm Depart
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City of Indianapolis - Government added 27 new photos.
This afternoon, Mayor Joe Hogsett stopped by the #ProjectIndy kick off at Bankers Life Fieldhouse! Thank you to EmployIndy, Hot 96.3 WHHH, and all of the sponsors for bringing this event together. Remember: there's still time to find a summer job! Go to http://projectindy.net/ and apply today!

City of Indianapolis - Government added 156 new photos to the album: 2017 IPL 500 Festival Parade — in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Today, May 27th, Mayor Joe Hogsett joined thousands of other Indianapolis residents for the annual 500 Festival Parade!

City of Indianapolis - Government shared their event.
The @[1523291211327551:274:City of Indianapolis - Government], in conjunction with @[117624104989746:274:EmployIndy] and @[289619188839:274:Hot 96.3 WHHH], are celebrating the start to summer – and summer jobs for youth - with a family-friendly event at @[70330314380:274:Bankers Life Fieldhouse] following the 500 Festival Parade! The event will draw attention to Project Indy, a youth summer jobs program developed by the City of Indianapolis, EmployIndy, @[48286660892:274:MCCOY (Marion County Commission on Youth)], and the @[92849111753:274:Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee (GIPC)]. The event will feature emcee BSWIFT from Hot 96.3 and Mayor Joe Hogsett himself, along with activities including music, a rock wall, local dance teams, and face painting. There will also be numerous employment support programs such as mock interviews, dress and makeup tips, and resume reviews. So come to prepare for your summer job, or just to have a good time! Sponsors include: The Mayor’s Office, EmployIndy, Marion County Commission on Youth, Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee, Hot 96.3, Walmart, Turtle Time Entertainment and Friends, Microsoft, Metro PCS, US Army, Meijer, and Downtown Indy.
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