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ISP, IMPD preparing for protest threats in Indy

Posted at 3:45 AM, Nov 09, 2016

INDIANAPOLIS -- Members of the Indiana State Police and the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department are actively monitoring potential threats of protests to Indianapolis.

Sources close to Call 6 Investigates say it appears there are no plans right now, but there is chatter on social media.

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IMPD and ISP have extra officers, SWAT and crowd control teams on standby for potential situations.

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ISP’s Fusion Center will continue to monitor threats as well and communicate with federal law enforcement agencies.

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