In a week when America and the world was looking at one city’s police department that didn’t reach out and communicate to its community, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department was reaching out to the community in a unique way. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Chief Rick Hite got out of his police car and stepped into another stress filled seat. The host’s chair on Afternoons with Amos. Filling in for Amos, Chief Hite engaged with a dialogue with listeners and the community on a variety of real issues involving police and community. Chief Hite brought officers from IMPD’s Internal Affairs and Professional Standards Divisions to talk about officer conduct, expectations and hear community concerns, complaints and yes compliments. The head of IMPD Training and other officers helped Chief Hite talk with listeners and community on a wide range of issues. (Imagine if the Police Chief of Ferguson, Missouri had been doing this on a regular basis). Click the Media Player to hear IMPD Chief Rick Hite Guest Hosting Afternoons with Amos and hearing Community Concerns About Police. ©2014 WTLC/Radio One. Part 1 – Runs 53 Minutes. Part 2 – Runs 49 Minutes.