Philadelphia Police Officer Arrested, Charged With Assaulting WomanOfficials say 48-year-old Officer Joseph Sees was taken into custody on Thanksgiving Day by Bensalem Police.
Ramsey Offers Condolences To NYPD Over Slain OfficerAs New York City's Police Department mourns the fourth officer killed in the line of duty in 11 months, Philadelphia's outgoing Commissioner offered his condolences over a situation he's all too familiar with.
Ribbon Cutting Held For New Phila. Police Training CenterIt's three times bigger than the old one on state road.
Caught On Tape: Officer Pressures Driver To Buy Tickets To Police FundraiserInternal Affairs has taken over the investigation.
Phila. Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey Takes The Stage At TEDxIn light of many controversial incidents involving police nationally, Philadelphia’s highest ranking officer was given just 18 minutes to provide his take on “Justice for All.”
Students March To City Hall In Support Of The Black Lives Matter MovementThe idea for the rally and march came from 5th grader, Samara Tahir, after the Baltimore riots and the death of Freddie Gray.
Investigators Examining Cell Phone Records Of Engineer Of Derailed TrainEyewitness News has learned that a review of the signals system in the area of the derailment found no issues.
The Future Of Stop And Frisk In Philadelphia Is In QuestionKenney says he plans to discuss “Stop and Frisk” with Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey who has implemented the policy here.
Philly's Top Cop Weighs In On Shooting Deaths Of Two NYC Police OfficersCommissioner Ramsey spoke with reporters Sunday night, a day after the murders of New York City police officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu.
Obama Taps Philly's Top Cop To Lead National Police Task ForcePresident Barrack Obama is calling on Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey to lead a national task force, which has the mission to come up with ideas on better policing.
Philadelphia Police Preparing For Ferguson Grand Jury ReactionWith people around the country waiting on the decision, and planning rallies or protests depending on the decision, Philadelphia Police are planning accordingly.
Daily News Reporters Forced To Defend Pulitzer Prize Winning SeriesThe Philadelphia Daily News reporting team that won a Pulitzer Prize for a 2009 series on police corruption is in the uncomfortable position of challenging the credibility of one of their own sources.