INDIANAPOLIS — Attorney General Curtis Hill on Tuesday participated in a fireside chat with Dr. Benjamin Chavis Jr., a longtime civil rights leader, as part of a forum Hill sponsored about police-community relations in America.

Hill, the former Elkhart County prosecutor, said during the discussion that he believes respectful and authentic engagement between law enforcement and citizens can ease the tensions that exist in our nation today. Hill pointed to the Ten Point Coalition as a successful model in achieving this goal.

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Revolution 1776

Indiana has not had an incident between police & citizens . Hopefully it remains that's way , Indiana , the common sense state

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