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2024 Annual Meeting Location

This year’s GHSA Annual Meeting will be in the heart of Indianapolis, just steps from parks, monuments, dining, museums and more! This central location is the perfect “home base” from which to explore everything Indianapolis has to offer.

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No matter what excites and inspires you, Indianapolis has it just around the corner.
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The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute is responsible for developing and implementing programming designed to reduce the number of people injured and killed each year on Indiana's roadways. We administer state and federal funds awarded to Indiana from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the U.S. Department of Transportation, the Federal Highway Administration, and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. 

 In this role, ICJI conducts grant management, organizes media campaigns, produces educational/informational materials and coordinates special enforcement efforts with state and local law enforcement agencies.


More About Indianapolis

While best known for its iconic motor speedway and 500-mile race, Indianapolis
has a surprise waiting around every turn. Indy is one of the country’s most walkable cities, offering plenty of opportunities to get outside, be active and enjoy the late summer weather. Rent a bike through the Pacers Bikeshare and tour the 8-mile bicycle- and pedestrian-friendly Cultural
Trail that connects restaurants, attractions and six thriving Cultural Districts to the
conference hotel.


White River State Park, also located next to the hotel, offers 250 acres of green space, attractions and more. Learn more about Indiana’s diverse history at the Indiana State Museum, a world-class institution constructed from Indiana limestone, steel and glass that will host the Taste of the State reception on Tuesday evening. The Eiteljorg Museum is the only museum of its kind in the Midwest, immersing visitors in Western art and the many cultures of American Indians through exhibitions, performances, festivals and hands-on workshops. Check out the Indianapolis Zoo to see the International Orangutan Center and the world’s largest shark “touch tank.” And college sports fans won’t want to miss the NCAA Headquarters and Hall of Champions Museum. Indianapolis has the second-most memorials honoring our nation’s veterans in our country, second only to Washington,
D.C. Monument Circle, 0.6 miles from the hotel, provides a spectacular eagle-eye view of the city from atop the 284-foot Soldiers & Sailors Monument. Just a few blocks north, the Indiana War Memorial Plaza Historic District contains two museums, three parks, American Legion’s headquarters, and 24 acres of monuments, statues, sculptures and fountains.

Indy also has more than 300 diverse dining and entertainment options for all palates and preferences. With its rich soil and surrounding agriculture, the city has been supporting farm-to-table restaurants for decades, with local farmers providing the freshest in produce and protein to menus.

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