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INDIANAPOLIS  — Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett wants your thoughts on public safety and justice in the city.
To find out what residents think, Hogsett and other city leaders have developed a Public Safety Survey.
Hogsett calls it the first step to reimagining public safety in the city, according to WISH-TV.
“Earlier this summer, thousands of residents made their voices heard through peaceful protests throughout our city,” Hogsett said in a statement. “I encourage those who protested, and any resident interested in improving our city, to take part in this survey as we re-imagine public safety in Indianapolis.”
The survey is open until August 31.
The survey is managed by Community Solutions, an Indy-based community development consulting firm. Answers to the survey are confidential.