City of Indianapolis Police Police Department


City of Indianapolis Police Police Department
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200 E Washington St
Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 327-2695
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We're proud to welcome the expansion of customer relationship management consultancy Levementum in Indianapolis. The company announced plans today to grow their local operations, creating up to 175 new, high-wage jobs by 2021. Mayor Joe Hogsett joined Governor Eric Holcomb and Levementum executives for today's announcement, held at Hinge Bureau, a co-working space in the Fletcher Place neighborhood that currently serves as the home of Levementum's Indianapolis employees. "Last year when Levementum first announced they were coming to Indianapolis to expand their capabilities and services, we knew it was indicative of our aptitudes as a tech community," Mayor Hogsett stated. "This news of expansion less than a year later reaffirms that belief. Our city's march toward a successful and thriving future is marked by such achievements, and that is why today we celebrate and look ahead." The company will move its Indianapolis operations to The Union 525 building next month to accommodate its expansion. For more on today's exciting announcement:

This morning, Mayor Joe Hogsett joined United Way of Central Indiana, Senator Joe Donnelly, Senator Todd Young and Congressman André Carson to announce the first grant recipients for Great Families 2020. This initiative, designed to transform the lives of Indianapolis' most vulnerable families, is modeled after the "Two Generation" approach, where networks of neighborhood services are coordinated to serve a whole family. "A top priority of this administration has been to improve our neighborhoods, and that's an accomplishable goal thanks to initiatives such as Great Families 2020," Mayor Hogsett stated at this morning's event, held at Brookside Park - Indy Parks and Recreation. "In order to see truly transformational change in our community, it's going to take all of us giving our best efforts. We've all got to come together, forming more and more private and public partnerships, so that all people may see prosperity in their lives. "One vulnerable family is too many. Let us leave no one behind. For only then can we be united in progress and prosperity as one city, one community, one people." Congratulations to the Great Families 2020 grant recipients: -Edna Martin Christian Center -John Boner Neighborhood Centers -East Tenth UMC -Englewood Christian Church - Indianapolis For more on Great Families 2020 and this morning's event:

City of Indianapolis posted a job.
Looking for a Summer Internship? Apply today for the Mayor's Office Internship Program! Deadline is Friday, March 10th.
Indianapolis, Indiana

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Have you seen the newest addition to the Mass Ave Corridor? A statue entitled "Duty -- Honor -- Sacrifice" was unveiled yesterday on the campus of the Indianapolis Professional Firefighters, IAFF Local 416. The statue represents firefighters from the past, present and future and stands as a testament to the bravery of the Indianapolis Fire Department. "Duty -- Honor -- Sacrifice" was designed and sculpted by IFD firefighter Ryan Feeney. Mayor Joe Hogsett joined firefighters and members of the community to celebrate the tireless dedication of the men and women of IFD at the statue's unveiling. These firefighters work to keep our city safe every day -- this statue will serve as an eternal reminder of our community's gratitude.

#ICYMI: Yesterday, the Office of Sustainability announced a new round of SustainIndy Community Grants for 2017. These grants are designed to allow residents the opportunity to create change in the community regardless of financial circumstance. Applicants can request up to $10,000 in funding for projects that promote social and cultural vibrancy, ensure environmental integrity and further economic development throughout Indianapolis. The grants are funded through a public-private partnership with the McKinney Family Foundation at no cost to taxpayers. "The best ideas for improving our community are thought up by the people who live, work and play here. The SustainIndy Community Grants Program removes the financial barriers to realizing these ideas, opening the door to endless possibilities for community progress," said Mayor Joe Hogsett. "With each impactful project this program funds, we are one step closer to achieving the vision of an Indianapolis that enables all to truly thrive." Applications for this round of grants must be received by 5 PM on March 24, 2017. For more information visit: