There’s no way to quantify what may not even be illegal: “Sometimes it’s just annoying, and sometimes it’s terrifying.”
SafeTrek reports to 911 dispatchers and police precincts in the city, but local police are concerned they’ve never heard of it.
From criminal justice reform to Vision Zero, how Philly can improve.
It’s public art, and it’s been in the works for years.
Philly’s had problems with this before.
Toomey’s record when it comes to tightening gun laws for suspected terrorists is a bit murky.
And why data reported by schools only shows a small fraction of the problem.
More Philadelphia police officers are trained every year to use Tasers, but the department decreased its use of the stun guns by more than 60 percent between 2010 and 2015.
Stephen Zappala’s newest ad made a surprising claim — we decided to check it.