As police continue to stop and frisk Blacks at higher rates than whites in the city, Black groups renewed demands that Mayor Jim Kenney end the practice.
The money headed into the county's coffers will be coming directly out of the pockets of incarcerated people and their families
A new report found Pennsylvania ranks 10th in most data breaches at K-12 schools and fourth place for the most data breaches at post-secondary schools.
Pa. Senate sends Wolf police reform bills creating new statewide misconduct database, PTSD screening...
"Protest is leading to policy," one lawmaker said after the vote. "And what we’re saying to everyone who has been in the streets …. Is ‘keep it up.’”
Clean Slate took effect last June, one year after it passed with broad bipartisan support in Pennsylvania’s General Assembly.
Legislators passed a bill to reinstate a residency requirement that all city employees, including police officers, live in Philadelphia for at least one year prior to joining the city payroll.
The votes on Wednesday afternoon came two weeks after Black Democrats shut down the House of Representatives, demanding action on their stalled legislation.
Changes to landmark Senate bill overhauling Pa.’s probation system costs it support among criminal justice...
The bill aimed to cut costs and and reduce prison populations by reducing the amount of time someone can spend under probation.
A City Council committee advanced a pair of police reform proposals prompted by the weeks-long protests over the law enforcement killing of George Floyd.