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Myra Selby Featured in <i>Indianapolis Star</i>: "These People Will Review How IMPD Responded to Pro Myra Selby Featured in <i>Indianapolis Star</i>: "These People Will Review How IMPD Responded to Pro

Myra Selby Featured in Indianapolis Star: "These People Will Review How IMPD Responded to Protesters"

Myra SelbyIce Miller LLP partner Myra Selby was featured in the Indianapolis Star article, "These People Will Review How IMPD Responded to Protesters."

The article included:

Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett has announced who will serve on a committee that will conduct an independent review of police response to recent protests.

The Response Review Committee, or RRC, will look at how law enforcement handled demonstrations, evaluate officer adherence to current departmental policies and provide recommendations on prospective policy changes.

The review will be fully independent from the city administration, and the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department has "pledged transparency and complete cooperation throughout the process," a city news release states.

Hogsett's office will publish the final report in its entirety by the end of the calendar year.

The RRC will be made up of the following people:
  • Deborah J. Daniels, who is a partner at Krieg DeVault LLP. Daniels is a former U.S. Attorney and U.S. Assistant Attorney General who has previously conducted an independent review of USA Gymnastics and was involved in the nation’s response to the September 11 terrorist attacks.
  • Myra C. Selby who is a partner at Ice Miller LLP and former associate justice of the Indiana Supreme Court. Selby chairs the Court’s Commission on Race and Gender Fairness and previously directed healthcare policy for the state of Indiana.
  • Dr. Sean L. Huddleston, president of Martin University. Huddleston previously served as Vice President and Chief Equity & Inclusion Officer for the University of Indianapolis, and on the advisory board for the Indiana Diversity Council.
Click here to read the full article.

A similar article also appeared in the Indianapolis Recorder. Click here to read that article.
 
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