NewsLocal News / August 2, 2017

Funeral Of IMPD Deputy Chief James Waters Is Wednesday

Funeral Of IMPD Deputy Chief James Waters Is Wednesday

The funeral service for IMPD Deputy Chief of Investigations James Waters will be Wednesday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.


The funeral for Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Deputy Chief James Waters will be Wednesday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The service, which is open to the public, is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m.

At 8 a.m., a procession for Waters will leave Crown Hill Funeral Home and make its way to Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The route will be:

  • East on East 38th Street to Meridian Street
  • South on Meridian Street to North Street.
  • East on North Street to Pennsylvania Street
  • South on Pennsylvania Street to Maryland Street
  • East on Maryland Street to Delaware Street. 

After the funeral service, at approximately 12:30 p.m., a procession will leave Bankers Life Fieldhouse and head to East District Rollcall before making its way back across town to Crown Hill Cemetery. IMPD says several hundred vehicles are expected to take part in the police escorted procession. The route will be:  

  • South on Pennsylvania Street to South Street
  • East on South Street to East Street
  • North on East Street to Washington Street
  • East on Washington Street to Shortridge Road
  • North on Shortridge Road to first drive to west (entrance to Get Fit Athletic Club)
  • West past the front of East District Rollcall
  • Perimeter road around the Regional Operations Center to Shadeland Avenue
  • South on Shadeland Avenue to Washington Street
  • West on Washington Street to Delaware Street
  • North on Delaware Street to North Street
  • West on North Street to Illinois Street
  • North on Illinois Street to 34th Street
  • West on 34th Street to Crown Hill Cemetery entrance

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