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 The University of Pennsylvania Police Department
Community Crime Report

About the Crime Report: Below are all Crimes Aginst Persons and Crimes Against Society from the campus report for March 25 to March 31, 2002 . Prior weeks' reports are also online. --Ed.

This summary is prepared by the Division of Public Safety and includes all criminal incidents reported and made known to the University Police Department between the dates of March 25 to March 31, 2002. The University Police actively patrol from Market Street to Baltimore Avenue and from the Schuylkill River to 43rd Street in conjunction with the Philadelphia Police. In this effort to provide you with a thorough and accurate report on public safety concerns, we hope that your increased awareness will lessen the opportunity for crime. For any concerns or suggestions regarding this report, please call the Division of Public Safety at (215) 898-4482.

 

3/25/02

2:17 PM

Retail Theft

3423 Walnut St.

Merchandise taken by unknown female

3/25/02

11:04 PM

Theft

3409 Walnut St.

Debit card taken and used

3/25/02

11:36 PM

Theft

3420 Walnut St.

Jacket and contents taken

3/26/02

1:29 AM

Aggravated Assault

4046 Chestnut St.

Complainant cut with knife

3/26/02

1:42 AM

Theft

3817 Spruce St.

Computer and printer taken

3/26/02

3:18 AM

Theft

40th/Sansom Sts.

Male on bike snatched money from complainant's hand

3/26/02

12:05 PM

Theft

3340 Walnut St.

Bike taken from rack

3/26/02

2:00 PM

Retail Theft

3601 Walnut St.

Property taken without payment/Arrest

3/26/02

4:20 PM

Theft

34th/Chestnut

Computer taken from auto

3/26/02

5:44 PM

Retail Theft

3601 Walnut St.

Property taken without payment/Arrest

3/27/02

9:11 AM

Retail Theft

3601 Walnut St.

Property taken without payment/Arrest

3/27/02

1:39 PM

Theft

51 N. 39th St.

Various property taken from construction trailer

3/28/02

3:37 PM

Theft

3610 Hamilton Walk

Unknown male took currency from wallet

3/28/02

7:16 PM

Robbery

4000 Spruce St.

Complainant approached by unknown males who demanded money

3/29/02

1:22 PM

Harassment

4023 Pine St.

Numerous calls received by unknown persons

3/29/02

2:30 PM

Theft

3733 Spruce St.

Backpack and contents taken

3/29/02

11:15 PM

Assault

3801 Chestnut St.

Male struck in forehead by unknown male

3/30/02

9:26 PM

Robbery

411 S. 42nd St.

Complainant robbed by 2 males/Arrested

3/30/02

10:45 PM

Theft

3801 Chestnut St.

Purse taken by unknown male

3/31/02

11:57 AM

Theft

3809 Locust Walk

Property taken from residence

3/31/02

12:13 PM

Theft

220 S. 32nd St.

Wallet and watch taken from locker

3/31/02

10:08 PM

Harassment

212 S. 41st St.

Messages left on answering machine by unknown person

 

18th District Crimes Against Persons

13 incidents and 3 arrest (including 11 robberies, 1 aggravated assault & 1 rape) were reported between March 25 to March 31, 2002 by the 18th District covering the Schuylkill River to 49th St. & Market St. to Woodland Ave.

 

3/25/02

12:00 PM

407 42nd St

Robbery

3/25/02

12:50 PM

200 Melville

Robbery

3/26/02

1:26 AM

4046 Chestnut

Aggravated Assault/Arrest

3/26/02

9:00 PM

5100 blk Walnut

Rape

3/27/02

3:00 AM

4710 Locust

Robbery

3/28/02

4:20 PM

4519 Regent

Robbery

3/28/02

2:13 AM

4000 Spruce

Robbery

3/28/02

12:12 AM

4200 Chester

Robbery

3/29/02

2:30 AM

4000 Market St

Robbery

3/30/02

9:20 PM

411 42nd St

Robbery/Arrest

3/30/02

9:37 PM

4500 Osage

Robbery/Arrest

3/31/02

8:00 PM

4600 Woodland

Robbery

3/31/02

1:15 PM

4723 Spruce

Robbery

 

 


Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 29, April 9, 2002

ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS:

Tuesday,
April 9, 2002
Volume 48 Number 29
www.upenn.edu/almanac/

It's once again time to recognize excellence in teaching at Penn, with the Lindback and Provost's Awards. And the recipients are….

A political science professor is appointed to a term chair.

Four of Penn's schools make the grade on the top ten list of U.S. News graduate schools.
Observations on the experimental SAS Pilot Curriculum, including insights, accomplishments and challenges.
An graphic report on the University's FY 2002 Budget, as reported to Council.
Research Roundup: a few of the many Penn projects and studies shed light on interventions, risk-reductions, treatment strategies and post-traumatic stress.