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    • Research Bulletin

    • Criminal Justice Research; Homicide; age discrepancy and homicide; fatal attack; intimate partner homicide; kill; lethal violence; murder; opposite-sex intimate partners; population-based risk of homicide
    • This Research Bulletin, Chicago Homicide Dataset Series: Is age descrepancy a risk factor for itimate partner homicide?, examines intimate partner homicide victimization rates in the Chicago Homicide Dataset, for groups of couples with different...
    • Quality of Chicago Supplementary Homicide Reports Data Compared to the Chicago Homicide Dataset

    • BJS; CHD codes; Criminal Justice Research; Delayed Death; Logistic regression; Multivariate Analysis; SHR codes; Transfer files; booking date; calendar-year lag; intimate partner homicide; missing cases; police record accuracy; stepwise regression;...
    • Since the Supplementary Homicide Reports has been and continues to be the source of much of our knowledge about lethal violence in the United States, it is important to know just how good that source is. To evaluate the completeness and accuracy of...
    • Research Bulletin

    • Abandoned Newborn Infant Protection Act; Chicago Homicide Dataset (CHD); Chicago Police Department; Criminal Justice Research; Homicide; Homicide risk by gender; Illinois Child Endangerment Risk Assessment Protocol; abandoned at birth; access to...
    • This Research Bulletin, with the headline Children's Risk of Homicide Victimization Rates for Chicago Children from Birth to Age 14, 1965 to 1995, examines the 1,124 homicides of children aged 14 and younger that occurred in Chicago from 1965 to...
    • Research Bulletin

    • Abandoned Newborn Infant Protection Act; Chicago Homicide Dataset (CHD); Chicago Police Department; Criminal Justice Research; Homicide; Homicide risk by gender; Illinois Child Endangerment Risk Assessment Protocol; abandoned at birth; access to...
    • This Research Bulletin, with the headline Children's Risk of Homicide Victimization Rates for Chicago Children from Birth to Age 14, 1965 to 1995, examines the 1,124 homicides of children aged 14 and younger that occurred in Chicago from 1965 to...
    • Research Bulletin

    • Information management and resources: Information resources: Government statistics: Crime statistics; Information management and resources: Information resources: Government statistics: Demographic statistics; Law enforcement and the courts: Crime:...
    • This Research Bulletin, Chicago Homicide Dataset Series: Is age descrepancy a risk factor for itimate partner homicide?, examines intimate partner homicide victimization rates in the Chicago Homicide Dataset, for groups of couples with different...
    • Research at a Glance

    • Child Homicide; Crime; Criminal Justice Research; Risk trends; man slaughter; murder
    • Homicide is a leading cause of death for children and infants in the U.S. The focus of this issue of Research at a Glance is Childrens Risk of Homicide: Victimization from birth to age 14, 1965 to 1995, a study by ICJIA Senior Research Analyst...
    • Research at a Glance

    • Child Homicide; Crime; Criminal Justice Research; Risk trends; man slaughter; murder
    • Homicide is a leading cause of death for children and infants in the U.S. The focus of this issue of Research at a Glance is Childrens Risk of Homicide: Victimization from birth to age 14, 1965 to 1995, a study by ICJIA Senior Research Analyst...
    • Report on victim and survivor issues in homicide cases: a report to the Governor's Commission on...

    • CWHRS; Chicago Women's Health Risk Study; Child survivors; Coping Strategies; Criminal Justice Research; Death Sentences; Murder Rate; National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA); Offender-Victim Relationship; collateral victims of homicide;...
    • This report has been prepared for Governor Ryan's Commission on Capital Punishment to provide additional information on homicide victim and survivor issues. The report includes a statistical backdrop on statewide trends for murder offenses and...
    • Reducing Public Violence and Homicide in Chicago: Strategies and Tactics of the Chicago Police...

    • Adopt -a-Block; Area Narcotics Enforcement Team (ANET); CLEAR; Chicago Alternative Policing Strategy; Citywide Forums; Community Forums; Community Partnerships; District Gang and Tactical Teams; Exempt Support; Gang Related Homicides; Homicide...
    • This report provides a synopsis of what the Chicago Police Department has done in the past two years to address the problem of public violence. It provides an overview of the management strategies, technological innovations, street-level...
    • Chicago Women's Health Risk Study: A Report to the National Institute of Justice, June 2000

    • Age Disparity; Battered Woman; Controlling Behavior; Criminal Justice Research; Drug or Alcohol Use; Employment, Education and Income; Firearms in the Home; Homicide; Mental Health; Morbid Jealousy; PTSD; Post Traumatic Stress Disorder; Protective...
    • To help a broad array of practitioners identify women at greatest risk, the Chicago Womens Health Risk Study explored factors indicating significant danger of death or life-threatening injury in intimate violence situations. A collaboration of...
    • The Chicago Women's Health Risk Study at a Glace

    • Criminal Justice Research; Domestic Violence; Homicide; Risk factors for homicide/suicide; Violence against Women; abused woman; abused women; abused women homicide offenders; calendar history of abuse; family violence; fatal violence; harassment;...
    • The Chicago Womens Health Risk Study (CWHRS) was designed to give nurses, beat officers and other primary support people information they need to know in order to help women who are experiencing violence at the hands of an intimate partner lower...
    • The Chicago Women's Health Risk Study at a Glace

    • Criminal Justice Research; Domestic Violence; Homicide; Risk factors for homicide/suicide; Violence against Women; abused woman; abused women; abused women homicide offenders; calendar history of abuse; family violence; fatal violence; harassment;...
    • The Chicago Womens Health Risk Study (CWHRS) was designed to give nurses, beat officers and other primary support people information they need to know in order to help women who are experiencing violence at the hands of an intimate partner lower...
    • Chicago Women's Health Risk Study: A Report to the National Institute of Justice, June 2000

    • Age Disparity; Battered Woman; Controlling Behavior; Criminal Justice Research; Drug or Alcohol Use; Employment, Education and Income; Firearms in the Home; Homicide; Mental Health; Morbid Jealousy; PTSD; Post Traumatic Stress Disorder; Protective...
    • To help a broad array of practitioners identify women at greatest risk, the Chicago Womens Health Risk Study explored factors indicating significant danger of death or life-threatening injury in intimate violence situations. A collaboration of...
    • The Compiler

    • Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts; Alliance for Seniors and Effingham Committee on Agings senior victims of violent crime; Anger management courses; Annie E. Casey Foundation; Balanced and Restorative Justice Summit in Springfield; Carl...
    • This issue focuses on Balanced and Restorative Justice with articles on Victim advocates applying BARJ concepts; An ex-offender appreciates what BARJ represents; and Implementing a new juvenile justice philosophy in Illinois plus columns on...

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