html) reportedly 310 homicides
- trailing only 2015 where there were 344.
Of the 560 homicides
with known motives, they then coded the location where each victim was found as well as data and type of homicides
These findings highlight the fact that despite an overall decline in homicides
to a 30-year low in 2010, some adolescents and young adults remain disproportionately affected," the study authors wrote.
Nearly 80% of all homicides
during the 30-year study period were firearm homicides
(79% overall; range of annual percentages: 64%-85%).
is unique in both methodology and substance.
The new feature allows readers to filter homicides
by the victim's race, gender, cause of death, and other parameters.
Department of Interior, National Park Service, and counties of Coconino, Arizona, and Arapahoe, Colorado, linked the cold case homicides
in their respective jurisdictions.
Baumann's Harrison District, which for 12 years led the city in homicides
, is the testing ground for such efforts.
Further, statistics for drug related homicides
varied across the country with British Columbia and Quebec accounting for the highest rates of drug related homicides
between 1992 to 2002 at 29 per cent each.
In 2000, infant homicide
rates nearly equaled homicide
rates among teens ages 15 to 19, having more than doubled since 1970, according to a Child Trends analysis.
This exploratory study describes patterns of criminal homicides
in Greece during a period of three years.