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Cell phone enforcement begins August 12-18

The Gary Police Department will have extra patrols enforcing the City’s cell phone while driving ordinance. This will be ZERO tolerance enforcement; if you...

Gary leaders respond to crime with coalition

By David Denson, Gary Crusader Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson was joined by community leaders at a press conference on Friday, April 13 at Clark Road...

Detective Alexander Jones brings home Gold with Team Indiana

Gary Police Department’s own Detective Alexander Jones traveled to Los Angeles, California with Team Indiana to compete in the World Police and Fire Games....

Gary uncovered on ‘Undercover Boss’

By Glenn Reedus, Gary Crusader One would think that a woman who was a prosecutor, attorney general, judge and two-term mayor would be one of...

City initiates campaign to help those troubled with domestic violence

By Carmen M. Woodson-Wray, Gary Crusader In May this year, Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson, along with the City of Gary in conjunction with the National...

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign begins

The Gary Police Department announced its participation in the national and statewide 2016 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement mobilization occurring August 12...

City continues to seek assistance on issue

By David Denson, Gary Crusader The issue of residency requirements for Gary police and firefighters continues to be a subject of concern. State law allows...

Council tables action on hiring ordinance

By David Denson An ordinance that would give Gary applicants a leg up on the entrance exams for the Gary Fire and Police Departments was...

Gary launches domestic violence awareness campaign

Gary Crusader staff report Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson on Monday, May 16, held a press conference at City Hall to launch Gary’s Domestic Violence Awareness Campaign,...

Gary police department embraces recommended initiatives

By Chief Larry McKinley, Gary Police Department Recently, the Northwest Indiana Times published an editorial indicating that the Gary Police Department should not embark on a...