On November 2-4, the Indy Public Safety Foundation (IPSF), Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD), Indianapolis Office of Public Health and Safety (OPHS), as well as community organizations and the faith-based community partnered for a community-driven initiative aimed at reducing violence in our community.
Graffiti is a problem that contributes to increased blight and decay throughout our neighborhoods. For the third year, the Indy Public Safety Foundation (IPSF), IMPD and IFD are teaming up with community partners to remove graffiti from homes and businesses, free of cost.
On Monday, October 1 - National Coffee with a Cop Day, a day designed to celebrate relationships between officers and the communities they serve – the IMPD and Indy Public Safety Foundation launched the “We are Tougher than Cancer” Fall Fundraising Campaign. The campaign will run from October through November, raising funds and awareness for cancers that impact both women’s and men’s health.
IPSF helps give back to our first responders who give so much each and every day.
As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, the Indy Public Safety Foundation (IPSF) works with the community to raise the necessary funds to provide important services and equipment that fall outside of annual departmental budgets. As a result, we are able to make a positive impact for our first responders and our community as a whole.
IPSF supports the following public safety organizations:
The mission of the Indy Public Safety Foundation is to enhance the safety and quality of life in the greater Indianapolis community. IPSF carries its mission by leveraging individual and business contributions to strategically support outcomes-based, community-driven efforts to address public safety issues and the first responders who serve our city as part of the Indianapolis public safety agencies.
Indianapolis Fire Department
The Indianapolis Fire Department (IFD) serves as the primary fire service for the City of Indianapolis with over 1,300 firefighters and 65 civilian staff. Under the leadership of Chief Ernest V. Malone, IFD operates under the motto of "Our Family Serving Your Family."
Indianapolis Metro Police Department
The Indianapolis Metro Police Department (IMPD) is the largest police department in the state of Indiana with over 1,600 police officers and approximately 200 civilian staff. Led by Chief Bryan K. Roach, IMPD is committed to the enforcement of laws to protect life and property, while also respecting individual rights, human dignity, and community values.
Indianapolis Emergency Medical Services
With over 330 providers and 25 civilian employees, Indianapolis Emergency Medical Services (IEMS) responds to over 100,000 911 calls each year. Under the leadership of Chief Dr. Charles Miramonti, Indianapolis EMS is a partnership between the City of Indianapolis, Indiana University School of Medicine and Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County, with Eskenazi Health as the supervising health system.