Crimes against people, like robberies and assaults, and crimes against property, including thefts and burglaries, are down from last November.
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See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Nov. 21 and Nov. 25, 2014.
The HELP Line, which will be administered by the Division of Public Safety, will be a resource anyone seeking time-sensitive help for mental health issues.
In response to recent events — such as the shooting of Michael Brown by officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Mo. — the White House has created the Task Force on 21st Century Policing to research and examine how to effectively reduce crime while building public trust.
Bruce E. Barshay is seeking damages for ethical and medical negligence on the part of Penn's Matthew J. Ryan Veterinary Hospital for contributing to the premature death of his dog.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Nov. 14 and Nov. 20, 2014.
Deep inside the PennComm office at 4040 Chestnut St., there is a desk armed with almost 10 computer screens of different sizes - the crime map desk.
An unaffiliated 60-year-old male was found dead in his apartment just blocks away from campus, the Philadelphia Daily News first reported on Thursday.
The former Penn economics professor who pleaded guilty to killing his wife is fighting back against a civil verdict forcing him to pay $124.2 million in damages for the offense.
At its fall Commendation Ceremony, the Division of Public Safety honored the officers who apprehended Corey Gaynor, the man who allegedly shot a man outside of the Copabanana on April 15
Level of crime in October this year remained largely the same as last year, while there is a decrease of crime against persons and an increase of crime against property in terms of this calender year compared to last calender year.This October saw a great decrease in retail theft, dropping down to one from last year's six.
A jury awarded $124.26 million in damages to the daughter of Rafael Robb, a former Penn economics professor who killed his wife in 2006.
The Benjamin Franklin Statue outside of the quad nicknamed by University Curators as “Ben on The Bench”, is one of three statues representing our Universities’ founder on campus.
This year's race for Pennsylvania State Senate and for the General Assembly in Penn's election district will see two Democratic incumbents facing off against two Republican challengers.
This Monday, former Penn Economics professor Rafael Robb is going on a civil trial in Montgomery County for killing his wife Ellen Gregory Robb in December 2006.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Oct. 17 and Oct. 23, 2014.
This effort is part of a new task force which aims reduce dangers related to heavy drinking including violence and hospital transports on campus
The four most expensive campus fire incidents in the last five years have cost the University more than $610,000 in total.
For students interested in studying law and wanting to enjoy the brotherhood of a fraternity at the same time, there’s good news: Phi Alpha Delta is coming back to Penn after a hiatus of more than 10 years.
On Sept. 17, Penn Law alum and current professor, Ken Trujillo, declared that he will be running for Mayor of Philadelphia next year.