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Violent Crime

Homicide

Violent crime is mainly categorized into four types of offenses which involve force or the threat of force: murder, rape and sexual assault, robbery, and assault. In general, a homicide is the unlawful killing or death caused to another person.

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Documenting and Explaining the 2015 Homicide Rise - Research Directions White Paper, NIJ, June 2016
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Determinants of Chicago Neighborhood Homicide Trends: 1980-2000, NIJ-Sponsored, 2012
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Gender, Economic Transformation and Urban Homicide, NIJ-Sponsored, 2002
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"Designing Out" Gang Homicides and Street Assaults, Research in Brief, NIJ, November 1999
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Community Structure and Patterns in Criminal Homicide: Exploring the Weekend Effect, Final Report, NIJ-Sponsored, 1996
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