- Weekend report: 07.11.14 / 07.13.14 — Shootings leave two dead and five wounded in Philadelphia
- Daily Report: 07.11.14 — Philadelphia shootings leave man dead, two critically wounded
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- Daily Report: 07.10.14 — Six wounded in separate Philadelphia shootings
- Philadelphia stays ahead of Chicago’s homicide rate through first 26 weeks of 2014
- Daily Report: 07.09.14 — No shooting victims reported
- Gun violence survivor watches homicide investigation Monday night in Overbrook
- Bucks County shooting leaves one dead and two wounded early Tuesday
- Daily Report: 07.08.14 — Two shooting victims reported
- Thursday night: Lisa Ling and Our America look at activists fighting gun violence in Philadelphia
- Daily Report: 07.07.14 — Man killed in Overbrook, another wounded in Strawberry Mansion
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Storify by #GunCrisis Mon, Nov 18 2013 07:47:39 Surveillance videos: Police seek assistance identifying recent shooting and armed robbery suspects Add to story or collection Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Google+ Share on Linkedin Share by email The Philadelphia Police department has been continually releasing more surveillance videos in search of help from…
Tara Murtha of the Philadelphia Weekly, and a partner in the Gun Crisis Reporting Project, is attending “Covering Guns, A Poynter Workshop,” this week at the University of Maryland.
The Philadelphia Police Department’s Southwest Detectives Division has released surveillance video in an effort to identify the suspects who recently robbed a 7-11 store in Carroll Park. Distinctive clothing logos can be seen in some of the footage. According to http://blog.phillypolice.com: These suspects appear to be the same individuals who committed a robbery at the same…
Philadelphia City Councilman Curtis Jones, Jr., will lead “Building a Philadelphia Public Safety Agenda,” a public safety roundtable next Wednesday and Thursday, December 19th and 20th at Saint Joseph’s University’s Richard Johnson Center for Anti-Violence, and in partnership with the GunCrisis Reporting Project. “Experts in behavioral health, criminal justice along with state and federal legislators, will…