Mr. Darrell Clarke on arbitration, the ever-evolving Police Advisory Commission and moving community meetings out of police stations.
There has been a debate occurring in the city for quite some time on whether or not it’s appropriate to have an independent agency that investigates both police complaints and officer-involved shootings.
In his third budget address, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney proposed $100 million over five years to hire more police officers.
Progressive Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner announces further steps to de-criminalize marijuana.
Mr. Edwards’ death puts into spotlight the dynamic role he played in arguably the most historic year in American history.
Former Philly cop Ryan Pownall, who shot and killed Mr. David Jones as he ran away on June 8th, is scheduled for a May 16th arbitration hearing.
Philadelphia City Council members have questions about Mayor’s plan for supervised injection sites.
Philadelphia’s Mayor would love to host WWE’s flagship event.
The promise to end stop-and-frisk was about the quality, not quantity. Given 69 percent of those stopped in 2017 were Black, the promise is unfulfilled.
Despite growing up as young black male in the “hood,” facing all the same challenges—like violence and poverty—my voice, moreover the way I talked, somehow made me less black than others.
Mr. Krasner wants to include in his transition team the expertise of a polar opposite who has occupied the office that he’ll soon work from.
Bulletproof glass in corner stores sends the message that not only isn’t there like for, or trust of, the customers, but there is, in its place, fear.
It appears the movement is successful only when Meek Mill is freed, not when policies which damage communities, like cash bail, are reversed.
Mr. Kaepernick inspired millions, amplified a conversation on race, policing and free speech, and helped nudged the NFL away from its apolitical stance.
Relegating men to the audience for the #MeToo conversation is neither fair nor what the founder of the movement intended.
Mr. Vinte Clemons claims to have been threatened and harassed by women at Access Matters. He’s since made a music video about it.