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Michigan City Police had bottles, bricks and other objects thrown at them outside Lighthouse Place Premium Outlets the night of the protest, but a decision was made not to engage with protesters. Chief Dion Campbell said his officers responded with “barvery” and “should be applauded for it.”

MICHIGAN CITY — In the wake of the police-involved killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Elijah McClain, communities across the country are restructuring the ways their police departments function and are funded.

Michigan City Police Chief Dion Campbell acknowledged during a Michigan City Common Council meeting Tuesday that police reform is needed in some places.

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