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‘City Of Brotherly Love’: Check Out Philadelphia PD’s New Guide For Surviving A Carjacking

The department is devoting assets to solve the problem

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By Ben Zeisloft

As the City of Brotherly Love endures a historic crime wave, the Philadelphia Police Department published a new guide to help residents survive a carjacking.

In a Facebook post on Wednesday, Commissioner Danielle Outlaw reported that there were 757 reported carjackings in Philadelphia last year — an increase of 34% over 2020. From those incidents, police arrested 150 individuals and cleared 93 investigations.

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