New hands-off policing measures will lead to negative ramifications in Philadelphia and beyond.
By Jeff Hurvitz
The list of families whose loved ones have been murdered by people who should have been in prison is growing long under D.A. Larry Krasner. Now my family is one of them.
By Katelin Gorski
The parents of Zamar Jones, killed at 7, say that their son’s killer would have been off the streets had Philly D.A. Larry Krasner not reduced a felony gun charge in 2019.
By Todd Shepherd
Thom Nickels: Philadelphia, despoiled — looting, boarded-up stores and surveillance shows a city on the brink
Greedy criminals have once again besieged the city in the name of “social justice,” a trend continuously ignored by apathetic local officials.
By Thom Nickels
Mayor Kenney and DA Krasner’s failure to contain rampant crime sprees across the city only encourages criminals to continue such anarchist tactics.
By Stu Bykofsky
George Hofmann: Walter Wallace Jr.’s death exposes the forgotten conversation on policing and mental health, not race
A writer living with bipolar disorder argues that the tragic news of Mr. Wallace’s death should spur the government to reform the ways in which we deal with mental health crises.
By George Hofmann
Legacy media outlets are cheering on social unrest and violence, eroding civic society and civic trust to further their preferred narratives.
By Benjamin Mannes
How much longer will politicians and the media continue to peddle lies about police violence and race?
By Chris Tremoglie
Reforms that expose the current system will usher in the transparency and accountability needed to reestablish the trust upon which public safety depends.
By Jessica Barnett
Jenny DeHuff: Protesters’ suit against city brings more headaches for already troubled administration
Seismic shifts in our city’s government, procedures and citizens lie ahead as Kenney’s number two steps down.
By Jenny DeHuff