The student was the victim of a hit and run accident on Sunday evening.
Twenty-three people were cited at the Blarney Stone early Saturday morning when state officers inspected the local bar.
See what crimes were reported in the Penn Patrol Zone between Nov. 27 and Dec. 4.
The Daily Pennsylvanian compiled a list of tips from Vice President for Public Safety Maureen Rush about how you can maximize your safety this holiday season.
Two males in masks, one armed with a gun, entered the store and demanded money.
Penn professors question the ability of the Pennsylvania government to enforce laws that outlaw making all or part of a gun using a 3-D printer.
Last Monday and Tuesday, four burglaries were reported in the Quad, which are likely related.
Sunday morning, three men armed to Penn students at gunpoint on 40th and Locust streets.
Three males committed a robbery at gunpoint at 40th and Locust streets this morning.
This week’s crime log includes a DUI, retail theft, harassment and disorderly conduct.
Read about what incidents occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Nov. 15 and Nov. 21
A woman received non-life threatening injuries after a gun accidentally went off on the eastbound platform during rush hour.
The Philadelphia Police have arrested the person whom they and Penn Police believe is responsible for a string of robberies on the Center City side of the South and Walnut street bridges.
Last night the Division of Public Safety held its awards night, which particularly commemorated Penn Police officer Jimmy Morrison, who died in August.
This week’s crime log includes theft, violation of the liquor law, criminal trespassing, and two confidential sex offenses.
While the crime levels around campus this October are similar those in October 2012, automobile theft rose by eight incidences in October 2013.
The crime reduction in University City is over twice the percentage of crime reduction in all of Philadelphia, according to UCD’s press release.
The money is paying for overtime for Penn Police officers on five high-risk weekends throughout the school year for the next two years.
On Nov. 7, prosecutors withdrew charges against Marquise Wakefield for his alleged robbery of a 14-year-old girl at gunpoint on Sept. 9.
The DP rode along with officers from the University of Pennsylvania Police Department, for the opportunity to experience the life in the night of a UPPD officer.