For victims of domestic abuse, “These cell phones really are a lifeline,” says Katie Young-Wildes with Women Against Abuse.
In the latest video, an officer identified as Nace moves a sidewalk basketball backboard, then knocks it over.
John Leck Jr. is pleading guilty to the murder of officer Brian Lorenzo, killed in July of last year when his motorcycle was hit head-on by Leck, intoxicated and driving in the wrong direction.
Federal authorities allege that officer Jeffrey Walker planted drugs in the target’s car, then stole approximately $15,000 from a home.
Philadelphia FOP president John McNesby calls the award fair for both police and the Nutter administration.
A local blogger has been ordered to stand trial for allegedly creating web sites that encouraged people to murder police officers and the city’s district attorney.
Lt. Jonathan Josey is slated to be fired after being caught on video hitting a woman in the face during a Puerto Rican Day celebration.)
Prosecutors detailed the horrific crash that killed Philadelphia Police highway patrol officer Brian Lorenzo in July, and the alleged drunk driver charged with killing him has been ordered held for trial.
A Philadelphia Councilman introduced Thursday what could prove to be a controversial plan. The idea is to beef up the commission that studies accusations of police misconduct.
Philadelphia City Council took a close look at the city’s troubled bail system on Wednesday, but key players in that system were no-shows.
The Police Advisory Commission was created by executive order of then-Mayor Ed Rendell in late 1994, to look into citizen’s complaints of police misconduct. City Councilman Curtis Jones says the commission needs to be strengthened with more funding.
Delivering Thanksgiving Dinners to the families of Philadelphia Police Officers lost in the line of duty has become a holiday tradition for men and women in blue.
The ceremony to honor the founder of Geno’s Steaks had the same flavor as plaque dedications to fallen police officers and firefighters.
The local Fraternal Order of Police is bugged about bugs. The union has filed a grievance claiming police stations are in such terrible shape that officers are exposed to fleas and bed bugs.
The Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police received a check for $15,000 Thursday morning.