Philadelphia police commissioner resigning this month as high homicide rates continue

September 7, 2023

Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw will resign Sept. 22 as crime continues to worsen in the city.

“It has been my honor and privilege to serve during Mayor Kenney’s administration and alongside each member of the Philadelphia Police Department. The hard work, resilience, and professionalism of our force is truly commendable,” Outlaw stated.

Conditions in the city aren't getting any better, with tranq addicts running around wreaking havoc and 270 homicides so far this year.

Tranq is known as the "zombie drug" or Xylazine -- an animal tranquilizer cut with fentanyl and sold on the streets.

Although there have been 500-plus homicides in the city in each of the last two years, Mayor Jim Kenney (D) said Outlaw “has worked relentlessly for three and a half years during an unprecedented era in our city and a number of crisis situations,” and praised her for working to bring “long-overdue reform” to the Philly P.D.

There's no way big cities will ever get traction on crime there as long as their idea of reform is getting rid of bail and trying to equalize outcomes among minority groups. These "reforms" will only encourage criminals to keep on committing crimes, making existing problems even worse.

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