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Governor’s Advisory Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs condemns racial violence

Innocent Asian elders have been severely injured or killed in acts of violence nationwide

Dept. of Health: Domestic violence is a public health issue

According to fatality research by the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence, there were 112 victims in 2019 and over 1,600 victims in the last decade who became domestic violence homicide victims from preventable and reportable violence within their household

$7.5 million in funding will address community violence

Municipalities, counties, institutions of higher education and community organizations can apply by Nov. 10

Violence data dashboard is launched

Data is available by gender, race/ethnicity, age group and geography

Thomas to host unveiling of Secret Service National Threat Assessment Center Report on school violence

The study identifies 41 incidents of attacks against K-12 schools in the United States from 2008-17

On 10th anniversary of Birnbaum killing, investigators renew call for public help

On Feb. 11, 2009, a lone gunman shot Eric Birnbaum execution style in the parking lot outside his Northampton law firm, and a decade...

Lower Makefield receives grant to strengthen school security

U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick recently presented the $60,975 federal grantThe TimesThe lineup: Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick joins Bucks County Sheriff Milt Warrell, Lower Makefield Police Chief...

Pennsbury awarded $20,000 for school safety

The funding will establish programs to prevent and reduce violent incidentsThe TimesPennsbury and Council Rock school districts received a $19,969 and a $20,000 Pennsylvania...

State awards Pennsbury, Council Rock $40K for safety program

The funding will establish programs within each district to prevent and reduce violent incidentsThe TimesPennsbury and Council Rock school districts received a $19,969 and...

Homicide suspect taken into custody

William H. Table has been taken into custody for the killing of Bensalem’s Teresa PriestleyThe TimesTableOn Monday, July 9, William H. Table was taken...
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