Number of homicides in major cities drops in 1997
- N.Y.C. crime rate falls. Nordahl, Peter // Christian Science Monitor;1/9/95, Vol. 87 Issue 30, p20
Reports on the decrease of homicidal rate by 19 % in New York City.
- Some sad statistics. // Supervisory Management;Oct93, Vol. 38 Issue 10, p4
Reports on the statistics cited on The Manager's Legal Bulletin regarding homicide. Leading cause of on-the-job deaths.
- Homicides in the US fell 8.2 percent in the past two years. Hanson, Cynthia; McLaughlin, Abraham // Christian Science Monitor;10/24/95, Vol. 87 Issue 230, p2
Reports about the fall in the percentage of homicides in the past two years in US. Statistics on the same.
- Job homicides under study. Lenckus, Dave // Business Insurance;11/8/93, Vol. 27 Issue 46, p2
Reports on the incidence of homicides in the workplace. Homicide as the leading cause of workplace deaths among women; Workers with the greatest risk of being murdered on the job; Government call to employers for specific measures to safeguard workers; Recommendations; Occupational Safety and...
- It's not all good news. // Newsweek;10/27/1997, Vol. 130 Issue 17, p10
Reports on murder statistics for the United States. How the murder rate of 1997 has dropped among boys ages 14-17; How the rate is still double that of 1985.
- Child homicides linked to teen pregnancies: Study. // Jet;7/19/93, Vol. 84 Issue 12, p46
Summarizes the results of a study in Chicago that revealed child victims of homicides had teenage mothers. Review of 1993 cases by county Commissioner Maria Pappas; Incidences of child abuse.
- Youth homicides down. // Pediatrics for Parents;1999, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p11
Reports on the decline in the incidence of homicides involving youth as reflected in statistics gathered by the United States government.
- From the Book of Numbers. // U.S. Catholic;Jul99, Vol. 64 Issue 7, p10
Provides information and statistics involving guns. Risks posed by a gun in the home; Rates of weapons-related arrests in Texas; Percentage of homicide victims in 1995 who knew their killer.
- Violence and the U.S. prohibitions of drugs and alcohol. Miron, Jeffrey A. // American Law & Economics Review;Fall99, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p78
Examines the relation between prohibitions and violence using the historical behaviors of the homicide rate in the United States. Determinants of homicide rate; Theories on the prohibition and demand for violence; Increases in enforcement of drug and alcohol prohibition.