In 2010, prior to the implementation of the program, there were 264 unattended thefts reported. This number dropped to 179 in 2015.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Jan. 27 and Feb. 3.
A UPenn alert went out at 2:49 a.m. warning of a “Robbery with a Weapon” and “additional police and security officers in the area.”
Crime reporter Lowell Neumann Nickey witnessed an arrest outside of his house.
The Wharton and College sophomore had his preliminary court hearing moved to March 15.
A 19-year-old girl was walking eastbound on the 3700 block of Locust Walk Monday night, when she allegedly saw a man walking towards her with his genitals exposed.
Since the release of the Association of American Universities’ survey on sexual violence, students have called for the administration to address the issue more seriously.
Total crime in the month of December decreased from 52 to 35 instances.
Veteran Philadelphia lawyer Deborah Harley has a new job at Penn in a brand new office to match — in the building that just went up at 3901 Walnut Street.
Professor Marci Hamilton thinks Cosby will likely be declared guilty of at least one count in his Montgomery County, Pa. trial.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Jan. 1 and Jan. 7.
Penn’s research labs have consistently missed their deadlines to report the results of their clinical research studies.
Harley's predecessor, Christopher Mallios, left in November to become a judge of Philadelphia’s Court of Common Pleas.
Police tape blocks traffic on Locust between 40th and 41st.
Kyle Wilshusen's death was pronounced on Dec. 31 and ruled a suicide.
Around 11:30 p.m., suspect Edward Archer, 30, fired a semiautomatic pistol into Officer Jesse Hartnett’s police car near 60th and Spruce streets.
Nearly $3 million in assets and retirement benefits will go to Rafael Robb's daughter, Olivia, a municipal court judge ruled on Thursday.
Kenneth Kapikian, 58, must pay restitution for over $3 million he stole from Penn over seven years.
Peer Anti-Violence Educators, brings paid student leaders to campus organizations to teach members of the organizations how to be “active bystanders.”
The family of former Nursing student Arya Singh sued Penn and Amazon after her suicide in Feb. 2013.