Philadelphia Police Commissioner Praises Officers Paying It ForwardPhiladelphia's top cop was honored Friday at a luncheon celebrating Black History Month.
Commissioner: 'We Will Be Out There With A Sizable Contingent Of Officers' Following Super BowlThe Philadelphia police commissioner says his department is ready for large crowds following Sunday’s Super Bowl.
Commissioner Ross On Safe Injection Sites: 'I Am Struggling With How To Do This'Philadelphia announced Tuesday that it wants to become the first U.S. city to have “safe injection” sites in attempt to help solve the opioid epidemic in the city.
Philadelphia Officials Announce Support For Safe Injection SitesThe extraordinary step comes in response to 1,200 overdose deaths in the city last year.
Philly's Top Cop Discusses Revamped Crime-Fighting Initiatives For 2018The new year will bring a new gun violence task force to work alongside the Intelligence Bureau in hopes of driving down gun violence.
Philly's Top Cop Discusses Big Drop In Officer Involved ShootingsWhen a cop either accidentally or intentionally shoots at someone, not necessarily hitting them, it's recorded on a public website.
Grim Milestone: Philly's Murder Count Hits 300Grieving families are pleading for change as Philadelphia reaches a grim milestone of 300 people murdered this year.
Local Officials Push Back On NRA-Backed Concealed Gun LegislationThe Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act would require states to honor a concealed carry permit issued by another state, even if that state has stricter requirements for getting a permit.