Reported crime is up, arrests are down. Experts disagree on the cause.
By Todd Shepherd and A. Benjamin Mannes
The Bucks County district attorney and the public safety director for Bensalem both said Philadelphia’s reform philosophy is impacting their jurisdictions.
By Todd Shepherd
Over the weekend, Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed a bill approved by the General Assembly that would prohibit premature release of a prisoner that has committed a violent offense while imprisoned.
By Anthony Hennen
Testimony before the House Select Committee investigating crime in Philadelphia turned away from personal stories and toward data and policy Friday.
By Marco Cerino
“They that are whole have no need of the physician, but they that are sick: I came not to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance.” Mark 2:17
by R. Seth Williams
Philadelphia’s mayor has very publicly, albeit poignantly, made clear his desire to slump back into a private life he never actually had.
By Christine Flowers
The current district attorney lets his ego come before public safety and the adversarial system of justice.
By R. Seth Williams
Kyle Sammin: Progressives vs. moderates in Philly primaries shows ideological movement in the Democratic Party
Center-left and far-left squared off in hard-fought primaries, with mixed results.
By Kyle Sammin