Fraternal Order of Police
For victims of domestic abuse, “These cell phones really are a lifeline,” says Katie Young-Wildes with Women Against Abuse.
Twenty-one additional fallen police officers now have a final place of honor, as plaques in their names were dedicated outside FOP headquarters in Northeast Philadelphia.
In the latest video, an officer identified as Nace moves a sidewalk basketball backboard, then knocks it over.
People from across Philadelphia gave the gift of warmth Sunday as The 6th Annual drive kicked off.
Lt. Jonathan Josey was found not guilty of assault charges stemming from an incident in which he was caught on videotape slapping a woman to the ground during a Puerto Rican Day celebration. The judge’s wife is a Philadelphia police officer.
“You’ll need good insoles for those shoes,” police commissioner Charles Ramsey warned the graduating class. “We start all recruits out on foot.”
The City of Camden, NJ has received the go-ahead to lay off all of its uniformed police officers, in a step toward creating a new, county-run police force.
Philadelphia FOP president John McNesby calls the award fair for both police and the Nutter administration.
Months after police charged Antonio Rodriguez with raping and murdering three women, the tipster later known as “Oscar” was killed on a Kensington street corner.
The decision allows the county to bypass many civil service rules for a year to get the force up and running.
The contract covering unionized police officers doesn’t expire until the end of next year, but officials from both municipalities say they will take steps to dissolve the department.
The Fraternal order of Police Lodge #5 has organized a fundraiser to help support the family of Philadelphia Police Officer Moses Walker Jr.
Mayor Nutter says that with law enforcement working around the clock to find them, the best thing Officer Walker’s killers could do is turn themselves in.
More than 500 police officers are meeting this week for the state Fraternal Order of Police conference in Philadelphia.
With a little help from police throughout the state, cops in Camden are fighting to keep their jobs while city and county officials work toward implementing a county-wide department that would force more than half of Camden’s police out of a job.