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Pr - 4 26 12 frank straub resignation Release

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  • 1. NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE APRIL 26, 2012MEDIA CONTACT:Marc LotterDirector of CommunicationsOffice of Mayor Greg Ballard – City of IndianapolisMarc.Lotter@indy.gov C: (317) 726-6589www.indy.gov - Newsletter - Facebook - Twitter - Flickr Mayor Greg Ballard Accepts Resignation of Public Safety Director Frank StraubINDIANAPOLIS – Mayor Greg Ballard today accepted the resignation of Public Safety Director Frank Straub. At MayorBallard’s request, Director Straub will continue to serve as the Director of the Department of Public Safety during asearch for his successor. Straub hopes for a successful and complete transition by August 1, 2012.Below is statement from Mayor Greg Ballard: “Frank Straub came to Indianapolis facing the difficult task of updating and modernizing the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department at the same time preparing for and successfully hosting the highest profile event in this city’s history. It hasn’t always been easy but meaningful reform seldom is. During Frank’s tenure criminal homicides are at their lowest levels in 15 years, the city’s integrated public safety model is receiving national and international recognition, IMPD and IFD training is being modernized and steps are being actively taken to improve the diversity of hiring and promotions in our public safety departments. Frank Straub’s work set the stage for the Department of Public Safety and all of its divisions to proudly serve this city in a positive fashion for years to come.”Editor’s Note: A copy of Director Straub’s resignation letter to Mayor Ballard is attached to this e-mail. ###

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