Philadelphia’s Safe Streets a Winner in Most Areas

Print More Philadelphia’s much-heralded $35 million Safe Streets program has been credited for a 13 percent drop in crime citywide. For many of Philadelphia’s poorest neighborhoods, the year-old program has paid off: Crime has dropped significantly, the Philadelphia Inquirer says. The Inquirer analyzed violent crime separately from property crime. The district-by-district analysis showed that property crime
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