Penn Police Increasing Patrols After Uptick in Bike Thefts

Bike thefts and Penn, together as usual.

No matter the time of year, there are lots of bike thefts at Penn. They always seem to be on the uptick!

As such, Penn Police is stepping up patrols after an uptick in theft notices, per a message sent to the University community. The change is incredibly simple: Cops will be around bike racks more often. Be warned, thieves.


Penn's bike theft prevention initiative mentions several steps to stop bike theft: Use a U-Lock (which you should thread through your frame and tire — and take off one tire if possible) and to avoid chaining your bicycle to anything that's easily defeated. Simple stuff.

[CBS 3]

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  • Donald Sterling

    Maybe Danno can re-enroll in Penn since he spends toooooo much time
    blogging about the school
    C’mon Dan – lets write about real topics that you can wrap your arms around, rather than this re-tweeting BS
    You can do better