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On the evening of Nov. 28 around 11:30 p.m., a man was shot and killed near the intersection of 35th Street and Lancaster Avenue.
Around 10:10 p.m. on Nov. 13, a Penn graduate student was robbed by two men on the block of 42nd and Locust streets.
More than a month after the Penn Police Department took out a public advertisement calling for the University to “compensate their police department fairly," Penn Police officers are still working without a contract.
No uptick in crime over Halloweekend, but students say new event rules have made the holiday more unsafe
It may have been a big weekend for nightly festivities among students, but for Penn’s Division of Public Safety, Hallo-weekend was business as usual.
One of four main elevators in Rodin College House was vandalized with a racial slur shortly before 5 p.m. on Oct. 23.
Whether it’s a simple traffic stop or a highly violent situation, Penn's Division of Public Safety has a machine that can prepare Penn Police officers to handle it.
Around 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday Oct. 18, 2017 two burglars entered a home on the block of 41st and Pine Streets, prompting a UPenn Alert.
College lecturer and Executive Director of the Women’s Law Project Carol Tracy has always stood up to those in charge.
College junior Kara Dang woke up in early September to discover that nearly $1,000 of clothing had been stolen from her dorm room in Harnwell College House.
From Aug. 28, 2016 to Sept. 28, 2017, there have been 726 reported crimes on or near Penn's campus.
The Division of Public Safety recently warned the University community of a threatening email and text messaging hoax that has targeted students.
Penn has equipped all on-campus housing with fire safety sprinkler systems, and they're making that clear to everyone in University City.
Penn Police work in a city that ranks in the top 20 nationwide for crime, but they have been working without a contract for nearly two months.
A lawsuit accusing Penn of contributing to the death of a former University researcher has been dropped for the second time.