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Michael P. Crooke

Chief of Police

Indy

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Indy

7502 Madison Avenue

Indianapolis, Indiana,46227

United States

Company Description

Indy Runners is a volunteer, not-for-profit club that serves to promote running and walking as a healthy life-style activity and as a competitive sport. The club serves to meet the member needs by creating opportunities for group runs/walks, social functions, ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Nixle LLC


Vice President

Indiana Homicide and Violent Crimes Investigator's Association


//www.ihvcia.org/


Chief of Police

Cumberland Police Dept


Sergeant

Indianapolis Police Department


Affiliations

The Regional Information Sharing Systems

Board Member


Crime Stoppers

Board Member


Web References(48 Total References)


MAGLOCLEN - Regional Information Sharing Systems

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Michael Crooke - Chief
Cumberland Police Department


wishtv.com

"It seems that, ya know, crime keeps coming out further and further," said Cumberland Police Chief Michael Crooke.
Chief Crooke says, they're working hard to fix that. "When you get one of these, they take it personal. They have a bulldog approach to it. They're going to keep working on it. It may not be news worthy every day and we may not see what they're doing, but they're always talking to somebody," said Crooke. Thursday night everyone in the church said it's important to join forces and infiltrate communities to find out the needs of their neighbors. "Because if we're wanting people to love one another we have to teach them love in the home," said Keglar.'' Chief Crooke says they will be increasing patrols throughout the summer. He says other crucial things to help fight crime are programs like Project Safe Neighborhood and hopes for the funding.


CPD Mission Statement

www.cumberlandpd.org [cached]

Michael P. Crooke
Town Manager


www.jems.com

Cumberland Police Chief Michael Crooke said at least two autistic children lived at the condominium and that one of those boys had wandered away from the home a couple of weeks ago.
"The mom had told us previously about he would sometimes take face plates off the electrical outlets, so we're definitely looking at that as a possible means for origin for this fire," Crooke told WRTV-TV.


www.ksdk.com

Cumberland Police Chief Michael Crooke was a homicide detective with the then-Indianapolis Police Department when the first homicide occurred.
Although he retired from IPD in 2004 and the multi-state task force has been dissolved, Crooke continues to work the case as much as is possible. That means he hears about once a month from someone - via a telephone inquiry or other local law enforcement officers - about the status of the case. The case has been featured on just about all of the true-crime television series and whenever one airs, or is re-run, he's likely to get a call. Occasionally, one of the FBI expert profilers he worked with calls about another case somewhere else in the country that might be worth checking out. Crooke follows up, but so far, no other cases have been linked to his series of mystery shootings. A few big questions: What happened to the first .22 caliber weapon used in the I-70 slayings? The shooter could have discarded it, but it might also have been confiscated by a local police agency in the course of a traffic stop or minor crime investigation. The gun could be sitting in a police vault somewhere, Crooke said.


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