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11/18/14 11:56am

New disciplinary office director looks to become 'proactive'

The new director of the Office of Student Conduct wants to become the face of discipline at Penn.
11/18/14 3:00am
Penn President Amy Gutmann is the chair of the AAU.
11/14/14 1:32pm
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
11/12/14 12:44am
Penn's Division of Public Safety was ranked the number one university on Security Magazine's "Security 500" list.
11/10/14 2:32am
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.
11/10/14 1:43am
It was Maureen Rush’s fifth week on the job as a Philadelphia police officer, and she was already in a standoff with a drug addict.
11/07/14 11:45pm

Crime Log: Oct. 24 – Oct. 30

See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Oct. 24 and Oct. 30, 2014.
11/06/14 1:11pm
With the establishment of a new investigatory office for sexual assault, students will take a step back from the disciplinary process — a changed that has sparked controversy throughout the country.
11/06/14 2:49am
The University has named Julie Lyzinski Nettleton as the new permanent director of the Office of Student Conduct.
11/06/14 2:44am

Daughter of wife-killing ex-prof awarded over $100 million

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.
11/06/14 2:33am
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.
11/03/14 3:24am

Ex-prof guilty of manslaughter to face civil court case on Monday

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. 
10/29/14 2:03am
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Oct. 17 and Oct. 23, 2014.
10/29/14 1:53am
A University committee was discussing whether Penn should release the names of students who were found responsible by the Office of Student Conduct of committing violent crimes or non-forcible sex offenses.
10/24/14 12:48am
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Oct. 11 and Oct. 17, 2014.
10/16/14 1:29pm

Former Pottruck Director charged with thefts will have record expunged

The former director of Pottruck, Amy Wagner, paid a final installment on $10,000 in restitution to Penn and will now have her criminal record expunged
10/15/14 10:30pm
This effort is part of a new task force which aims reduce dangers related to heavy drinking including violence and hospital transports on campus
10/13/14 1:38am
Overall crime since the start of the year is also slightly up by 7.4 percent, as compared to the year-to-date crime in 2013.
10/08/14 1:47am
After an attack on a gay couple, the House Judiciary Committee approved a bill that would expand Pennsylvania's hate crime law to cover sexual orientation.
10/08/14 1:41am
The advisory said that items were stolen from homes on the west end of campus.