Mrs. Hillary Clinton, who like the ACLU PA argues police departments have great autonomy, said probable cause, not reasonable suspicion, should be the stop-and-frisk standard.
The City won’t aim to reduce overall number of pedestrian stops—200,000 were conducted in 2015—but will instead aim to improve quality of those stops.
Toy guns aren’t toys at all but are instead gun replicas that look and feel real.
Mr. Jim Kenney’s parting words a year ago today foreshadowed tonight’s stop-and-frisk town hall in North Philadelphia.
A chance meeting sparked the memory of a lifetime.
A federal civil rights lawsuit, filed by the estate of Mr. Brandon Tate-Brown against the City of Philadelphia, will proceed.
Happy Birthday Shakespeare!
Philadelphia’s Mayor and Police Commissioner favor diversion over imprisonment. They will aim to reduce the jail population and reform the criminal justice system.