Ideas We Should Steal: Flock Safety Camera Network

The automatic license plate recognition system (ALPR) helped Atlanta police capture a mass shooter in May. Could it help Philly police put an end to rising car thefts and violence, as well?

By Courtney DuChene

It’s Time to Declare War on Disorder

Looting. Unprosecuted shoplifting. ATVs running amok. A judge dismissing charges against a killer cop. Drag racing in the dead of night. Can we reverse the message that rules no longer apply?

By Larry Platt

Who Should Replace Danielle Outlaw?

Philly’s police commissioner announced her resignation this week. Here, some candidates the next mayor should consider, and why

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

Does Anyone Care that the Cops Lied?

Police killed a young man in his car within five seconds of a traffic stop — and then tried to cover it up

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

K & A Makes a Presidential Race Appearance

This week, Republican Vivek Ramaswamy penned a New York Post op-ed on the dystopia in Kensington. It was full of laughable political pablum. But he was also kinda right

By Larry Platt

Seriously? Now Drag Racing is a … Hobby?

Hey, Inquirer: Philly’s latest tragic example of antisocial disorder ought to be called out for what it is

By Larry Platt

A New Way To Police Philly?

Like cities around the world, Philly’s Police Assisted Diversion pilot has referred thousands of low-level offenders to social services instead of jail. The program is spreading to every district in the city this summer

By Christina Griffith

The Primary Election Outcome No One Paid Attention To

Lost in the hubbub over candidates, a single, confusing ballot question may have led voters to vote against their own beliefs and interests

By Jemille Q. Duncan