LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Lafayette Police Chief Patrick Flannelly has joined a nationwide effort to fight crime.
Flannelly is among a few select chiefs from around the country to be a part of a new National Leadership Council.
It's part of the anti-crime organization, Fight Crime: Invest in Kids.
He will help provide perspective on programs and initiatives designed to improve children's lives.
"I'm really looking forward to being able to provide a voice for, not just the Lafayette Police Department, but our community and really speak up for the things that really matter for our children," said Flannelly.
As part of the council, Flannelly will help make the case for solutions that cut crime and put kids on the path to productive lives.
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