While retail theft in the Penn patrol area has largely remained consistent since 2010, some stores have made headway in deterring the petty theft.
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April 14 — A female University employee, 35, reported that cash was stolen from her secured office in the Towne Building at about about 1:45 p.m.
A recent study from Penn’s School of Medicine has the potential to affect a hot political topic — stem cells.
Amid block parties, barbeques and a concert, overall crime during Spring Fling decreased 27.5 percent compared to last year, according to statistics provided by the Division of Public Safety.
A drunk driver struck an Allied Barton patrol officer on the southwest corner of 38th and Walnut streets last Friday, April 15, at about 1:30 a.m.
The United States Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights recently announced an investigation of Title IX violations at Yale University.
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The Division of Public Safety confirmed Wednesday that Wharton sophomore Jan Egeman was taken into custody and charged with aggravated assault and resisting arrest, among other charges, on April 1.
Last March saw a 34-percent drop in crime rates compared to March 2010, according to statistics provided by the Division of Public Safety.
*This story appeared in the 2011 Joke Issue.
Despite Wednesday night’s robbery at TD Bank and Monday morning’s robbery at AT&T;, University City’s commercial sector is not the only recent target for crime.
A robbery occurred at about 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at TD Bank, located at 3735 Walnut St., according to Division of Public Safety spokeswoman Stef Cella.
As students gear up for the final push of exams and papers this semester, many choose energy drinks and coffee to get them through the stress. Despite common knowledge, however, extra caffeine does not necessarily improve studying.
The Penn Reading Project for students enrolling into Penn this fall will focus on Jane McGonigal’s Reality Is Broken: Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change the World.
Though St. Patrick’s Day meant green costumes and Irish music for many students, the holiday’s focus on booze also brought the potential for more crime.
The Greater Philadelphia chapter of the American Society for Industrial Security International — an organization for security professionals — honored four Penn Police officers Wednesday night for their work in the carjacking incident that occurred on Nov. 21 last year.
Penn Police discovered nine bullet casings on the 4100 block of Pine Street Tuesday morning, following investigations of gunfire reported in the area at about 12:45 a.m.
Sergeant Andrew Malloy hands me an off-white, over-sized, bulletproof vest. I pull it over my head, and as the metal plates dig a little into my shoulders, I realize that this is probably the most legit I have ever felt.