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A worker measures the depth of a sanitary sewer pipe at the intersection of North Walnut and 7th Street Thursday morning, Feb., 21, 2019 in Bloomington, Ind. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan)
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Bloomington Police Feb 20
Look familiar? Officer Garrett Mitchell is seeking the public's assistance to identify this theft suspect. If you can help, please email your tip directly to Officer Mitchell at mitchelg@bloomington.in.gov
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Bloomington Police Feb 18
Poll: Do you feel safe walking in your neighborhood after dark? Let us know via Nextdoor. It's free to join. via
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Bloomington Police Feb 18
Mandy Grella from presented "Compassion Fatigue & Ethics of Self Care" to a variety of local professionals Friday morning. The Breakfast Learning Series is hosted by BPD in partnership with Monroe County Suicide Prevention Coalition and Mental Health America.
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Bloomington Police Feb 13
Miss the State of Public Safety this morning? You can watch the recorded Facebook Live at this link ⬇️
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WISH-TV Feb 13
: A statewide Silver Alert has been issued for a missing Zionsville man.
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Bloomington Police Feb 13
We'll be live on Facebook in one hour when Police Chief Diekhoff, Fire Chief Moore, and Director of Bloomington's Community and Family Resources Department, Beverly Calendar-Anderson gather for the State of Public Safety.
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Bloomington Police Feb 11
Join us for the third annual State of Public Safety. February 13th at 10am in the BPD meeting room.
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Bloomington Police Feb 1
Respect to the folks who keep Bloomington working. 👏
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Bloomington Police Jan 30
Watch the discussion live on Facebook today at 11:45.
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Bloomington Police Jan 30
Officers are currently on the scene of three traffic collisions. Remember with these dangerous temperatures, if your vehicle becomes disabled for any reason or you find yourself stuck outside or without heat, call for help. Emergency- 911, Non-emergency- (812) 339-4477.
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Mike Diekhoff Jan 29
During this cold snap, BPD will have spaces open at our downtown station and training center at 3230 S Walnut St.. From 8am to 5pm tomorrow. If you know someone who has no place to go they can come in and hang out with us and stay warm.
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City of Bloomington, IN Jan 29
. reminds us to keep your pets safe during the upcoming below freezing temps. Please contact the Animal Shelter at 812-349-3492 with any animal-related questions or concerns. In case of an after-hours emergency, call 812-339-1444.
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Bloomington Police Jan 25
Received a really nice visit today from one of our former police explorers. He's now a student at IU and stopped by with his fraternity brothers to deliver pizza to the officers.
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Bloomington Police Jan 25
Meet Officer Jon Muscato and learn about the work the Downtown Resource Officers are doing in Bloomington. Article by .
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Bloomington Police Jan 24
Congratulations to Sergeant Shaevitz!
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Bloomington Police Jan 24
This morning Sgt. Tate instructed the Parking Enforcement folks on how to safely light and extinguish road flares.
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Mike Diekhoff Jan 23
Had the opportunity to present to the Indiana Chiefs of Police Association today on releasing open data on hate crimes. Important step in building community trust
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Mike Diekhoff Jan 23
Bloomington Police received Accreditation from the Indiana Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission today at the Indiana Association of Chiefs of Police annual meeting. Thanks and appreciation go out to the dedicated employees who worked diligently to get this accomplished.
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Mike Diekhoff Jan 21
Great meeting today with the Indiana Chiefs of Police Association and the NAACP and the ACLU talking about community relations. Communication always the first step.
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