With Indianapolis on track for another potential year of record-breaking murders, we sit down with Rev. Charles Harrison of the Ten Point Coalition which has seen a major decrease in murders in the areas of the city they patrol.
As of last Monday, Indianapolis has had 69 murders. That’s a murder every 2.57 day which puts the city on track for at least 141 by the end of the year. The city hit 156 murders in 2017.
You can hear Rev. Harrison in the Leon-Tailored Audio above. Each segment is about nine minutes.