Fewer Cops, Higher Police Pay, More Crime in Indianapolis

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Since 2007, Indianapolis has raised income taxes twice in order to hire new police officers. The first time, city leaders promised to add 100. The next, as many as 150. Yet on Sept. 1, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department had 59 fewer officers than it did before the first tax hike took effect, reports the . . .

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