In the wake of the recent shooting during an eviction in Philadelphia there’s been a rush to condemn a system that has mostly worked well in its nearly 60-year history.

HAPCO Philadelphia tells there’s been just three incidents since the city went to a private landlord-tenant eviction in the mid-1960s.

And HP is quoted saying with recent calls by mayoral candidates to abolish the Philadelphia Sheriffs Office, who would handle writs of possessions and lockouts?

And what would any new system cost Philadelphia rental and investment property owners, many of whom are struggling to stay in the affordable housing market?