The President of the Indianapolis Fraternal Order of Police says Mayor Joe Hogsett’s latest anti-crime initiative does nothing to make residents safer.
The Hogsett administration unveiled the more than $3 million plan last week. It includes anti-violence measures, investments in law enforcement technology, and community-based programming.
However, Rick Snyder of the FOP, says it will take months for those dollars to have any real effect, and citizens need to feel safe now.
In the Leon-Tailored Audio above, Snyder spells out what he thinks lawmakers should do.
The interview runs for 19 minutes.