MICHIGAN CITY — Responding to an increase in guns and violence, the Michigan City Police Department hosted a community meeting Thursday to unveil a plan it believes will decrease crime in the city by 25 percent over the next three years.

“This is our community, and nobody can do it alone … our goal is to have an action plan,” said MCPD Chief Dion Campbell, presenting the plan he hopes will result in action taken by the city to curb gun violence.

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