PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross says he will not rush to judgement on whatever was said earlier this week by District Attorney Larry Krasner, when the DA met with a group of police recruits just before they graduated from the Police Academy. 170 more words
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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia’s top cop was honored Friday at a luncheon celebrating Black History Month. The event took place at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children. 133 more words
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia police commissioner says his department is ready for large crowds following Sunday’s Super Bowl.
Mincing no words, Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross said the Eagles will win the Super Bowl on Sunday and the department is “expecting very large celebrations” in the aftermath. 381 more words
Philadelphia (CBS) — 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. 352 more words
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — In the wake of 1,200 opioid deaths in Philadelphia last year, the city’s top law enforcement and government officials have announced support for centers where drug addicts could inject in a safe environment without fear of arrest. 673 more words
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia Police department will have some new and revamped crime-fighting initiatives for 2018.
The new year will bring a new gun violence task force to work alongside the Intelligence Bureau in hopes of driving down gun violence. 162 more words
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Officer involved shootings in Philadelphia are at an all-time low this year, and the city’s top cop points to a new training program. 193 more words