Excess Homicide

A Four Corners Mystery another double homicide up in Boulder. And, just last month, another execution over by Norwood, with the same gun as the Four Corners Monument one. One of the two in New Mexico could have been an accident, ...

Author: HP Hanson

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781410728166

Category: Fiction

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HP Hanson's Four Corners Mysteries from 1stBooks Library The Dean's Murders (2000) "Fresh and lively...delivered through prose that is clean and fluid...a crackershot story. Weathers is so well characterized that he reminded me of some of my favorite professors from college." (Writer's Digest) Classical Villainy (2001) "A well-developed story...with a well-constructed plot that is...a pleasure to follow. Perhaps Hanson has rightly seen that the next unexplored territory in Southwestern mysteries might be the unfathomable peculiarities of the Anglo." (Santa Fe New Mexican) And now... The Four Corners region is swept by a wave of serial murders, murders so professional that they remain unconnected for months. A Nazi prison-camp diary, mailed to a wealthy industrialist, describes gruesome medical experiments on inmates. A rag-tag band of environmental activists turns to arson as a means of self-expression. Nothing makes much sense until detective Annette Trieri joins the Colorado Bureau of Investigation to take the case. With suitably academic help from her favorite Dean, Hal Weathers, she uncovers a conspiracy that extends deep into the Colorado legislature and places the US President in mortal danger. Ultimately, she finds a way to corral the people behind Excess Homicide.
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Report of the Secretary s Task Force on Black Minority Health Homicide suicide and unintentional injuries

REPORT OF THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON HOMICIDE , SUICIDE , AND UNINTENTIONAL INJURIES CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION The ... Homicide and unintentional injuries are major contributors to excess deaths among Blacks , accounting for 35 percent of the ...

Author: United States. Department of Health and Human Services. Task Force on Black and Minority Health

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ISBN: UCR:31210008892695

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Global Burden of Armed Violence 2015

The methodology used in this chapter suggests that young people, men in particular, incur considerably higher costs of excess homicide than do older adults. Indeed, the largest hypothetical gains in life expectancy from eliminating ...

Author: Geneva Declaration Secretariat

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781316414644

Category: Political Science

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The 2015 edition of the Global Burden of Armed Violence provides a wealth of data relevant to security and the post-2015 sustainable development framework. It estimates that 508,000 people died violently - in both conflict and non-conflict settings - every year in 2007–12, down from 526,000 in 2004–09. This trend is visible in non-conflict settings, where the proportion of women and girls is also slightly reduced, from 17 to 16 per cent. Yet, the number of direct conflict deaths is on the rise: from 55,000 to 70,000 per year over the same periods. Firearms are used in close to half of all homicides committed and in almost one-third of direct conflict deaths. Nearly USD 2 trillion in global homicide-related economic losses could have been saved if the homicide rate in 2000–10 had been reduced to the lowest practically attainable levels - between 2 and 3 deaths per 100,000 population.
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Trends Risks and Interventions in Lethal Violence

Proceedings of the Third Annual Spring Symposium of the Homicide Research Working Group, Atlanta, ... The " excess murders " attributable to the rise in murder rate by young people ( 15 through 22 ) from 1986 through 1992 is a non ...

Author: Homicide Research Working Group. Workshop

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ISBN: PURD:32754065347308

Category: Government publications

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Report of the Secretary s Task Force on Black Minority Health Crosscutting issues in minority health

These areas , studied further by the Subcommittee are : Black male homicide Black female homicide . Hispanic male homicide . ... Homicide deaths among Blacks and Native Americans significantly exceed those of the White majority .

Author: United States. Department of Health and Human Services. Task Force on Black and Minority Health

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ISBN: UIUC:30112023402057

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Trends Risks and Interventions in Lethal Violence

Proceedings of the Third Annual Spring Symposium of the Homicide Research Working Group Carolyn Block ... The "excess murders" attributable to the rise in murder rate by young people (15 through 22) from 1986 through 1992 is a ...

Author: Carolyn Block

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 9780788134944

Category: Social Science

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Contents: recent & long term trends in U.S. homicide; youth violence, guns & the illicit-drug industry; patterns, stability & change of homicidal victimization; age patterns in homicide; homicide arrest trends & the impact of demographic changes on a set of U.S. central cities; int'l. & regional violence patterns; violence against women; non-lethal violence against women by marital partners; violence & parenting; the Menendez murders; predicting rearrest for violence; homicide in convenience stores; nonfatal violence in the work place, & much more.
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Drug Use Among Racial ethnic Minorities

The observed African - American excess in homicide rates is not restricted to males . Compared with White female homicide rates of 2.8 to 3.2 homicides per 100,000 persons in the 15-44 age group during 1997–1999 , the corresponding ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015058846638

Category: Drug abuse

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Draws together data from multiple sources to address the issue of substance use and related consequences for minority subgroups of the U.S. population. Serves as an information source for the direction and scope of prevention and intervention programs.
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Report of the Secretary s Task Force on Black Minority Health Crosscutting issues in minority health

To reiterate , excess deaths are defined as deaths which would not have occurred had Spanish surname males had the age ... Among the individual causes shown , deaths from homicide comprise the largest single category of excess deaths in ...

Author: United States. Dept. of Health and Human Services. Task Force on Black and Minority Health

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ISBN: PURD:32754062342377

Category: African Americans

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Excess Homicide

Author: H. P. Hanson

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ISBN: 141072817X

Category: Fiction

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If the aliens are real...and they are...what is their Master Plan and when will they carry it to completion? What are we in the grand scheme of things? Are we naturally evolving creatures or were we created? Do we have a set destiny or do we create it ourselves? Our secret past is now impinging inexorably upon our world. The approaching crisis will bring it all out into the open. How can we prepare ourselves for that crisis? What should we expect and what can we do? Read the startling answers for yourselves in this iconoclastic book that shatters past illusions and paints a picture of the present that will raise your consciousness to new levels. A timely warning can turn potential tragedy to great triumph. This book is that warning... --Paul Revere
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Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report

At the state level , excess homicide has led to plans to integrate health department and police data bases for surveillance of homicide . These data may help define factors associated with excess homicide in Michigan . References 1.

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ISBN: MINN:31951P00199344D

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Excess Mortality Among California s Race ethnic Minorities 1979 81

As shown in Table 2 , Black females in this age group were not far behind their male counterparts with 47.3 percent excess deaths . Homicide was the number one cause of excess deaths among Blacks in this age group . of the 1,171 excess ...

Author: Robert Barnhouse

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ISBN: UCSD:31822007243793

Category: African Americans

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The Crisis of the Young African American Male in the Inner Cities

Homicide plays a smaller role in excess deaths to black men in poor rural areas , and AIDS plays virtually none at all . Circulatory disease and cancer deaths are the largest contributors to excess deaths in rural areas , but even these ...

Author: United States Commission on Civil Rights

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924085658072

Category: African American men

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Report of the Secretary s Task Force on Black Minority Health Executive summary

SUBCOMMITTEE ON HOMICIDE , SUICIDE , AND UNINTENTIONAL INJURIES EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Introduction Injuries ... Of these , homicide and unintentional injuries account for 35 percent of the excess deaths in Blacks under age 45 years .

Author: United States. Dept. of Health and Human Services. Task Force on Black and Minority Health

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ISBN: PURD:32754062342328

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Health Care Financing Review

Homicide is the largest contributor to excess death for young adult black persons . Specifically , in 1997 , homicide rates for black persons and Hispanics were 665 percent and 202 percent higher than white persons ' homicide rate .

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ISBN: OSU:32437121143321

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Health Services Reports

... excess Male excess Black excess Cause of death White Black Male Female White Black Male Female All causes Natural causes . External causes Motor vehicle Pedestrian , cyclist Passenger . Fire .. Drowning Homicide 100.0 27.6 72.4 16.4 ...

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ISBN: UIUC:30112000494804

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Public Health Reports

The reasons for the excess injury mortality in Native children ( compared with non - Native children ) are numerous and ... may contribute to the increased rates of unintentional injury , suicide , and homicide in Native populations .

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ISBN: UOM:39015047176519

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Homicide

much of the 1990 homicide wave may have been caused by a rapid increase in Latino and street gang - related homicides . ... The excess risk of homicide in the Latino population , relative to the risk for whites , occurs specifically for ...

Author: Anna Victoria Wilson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: STANFORD:36105061027384

Category: Law

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Homicide and the Politics of Law Reform

Provocation and excessive defence The Royal Commission did not consider 'excessive defence'235 as a possible basis for reducing murder to manslaughter, notwithstanding the considerable attention it paid in that regard to provocation, ...

Author: Jeremy Horder

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780191635946

Category: Law

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What makes murder, murder? How should we understand the difference between intentional and reckless killing? Should offenders be punished differently according to the perceived severity of their crime and when should they be excused? These questions are the topic of intense debate within legal circles and beyond in the UK, the US, and the rest of world. Jeremy Horder's role as the Law Commissioner for England and Wales on criminal law has given him unique insight into these questions and the debates surrounding them. Here he analyses the recent political and legal reform movements, offering a political history of homicide law reform from the 19th century to the modern era. Using homicide as a starting point, Horder raises deeper questions of who is and should be responsible for making and changing the law. What role should there be for expert bodies, judges, and politicians? What role should there be for the general public? These questions invoke strong emotional responses. Horder argues that comprehensive research into, and a degree of difference to, public opinion on the scope of homicide is essential to the reform process. It is essential principally as a means of conferring true legitimacy on homicide reform in a democracy. Elite or expert opinion alone will never authentically secure such legitimacy. Offering an insider's view into the processes of achieving law reform, Horder expresses criticism of a system that excludes the vast majority of people from consultation on reform of the laws that govern them.
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Parliamentary Papers

Homicide is extenuated whensoever the killing is wilful and not justifiable , but When homicide ' exthe act from which ... where it is caused not wilfully , but by any makes homicide negligent . excess of violence beyond the limits ...

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044106497696

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U S Health in International Perspective

Fully 48 percent of all violent deaths (66 percent of homicides) in the United States involve firearms (Karch et al., 2011). ... Richardson and Hemenway (2011) reported that the excess homicide rate in the United States relative to 22 ...

Author: National Research Council

Publisher: National Academies Press

ISBN: 9780309264143

Category: Social Science

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The United States is among the wealthiest nations in the world, but it is far from the healthiest. Although life expectancy and survival rates in the United States have improved dramatically over the past century, Americans live shorter lives and experience more injuries and illnesses than people in other high-income countries. The U.S. health disadvantage cannot be attributed solely to the adverse health status of racial or ethnic minorities or poor people: even highly advantaged Americans are in worse health than their counterparts in other, "peer" countries. In light of the new and growing evidence about the U.S. health disadvantage, the National Institutes of Health asked the National Research Council (NRC) and the Institute of Medicine (IOM) to convene a panel of experts to study the issue. The Panel on Understanding Cross-National Health Differences Among High-Income Countries examined whether the U.S. health disadvantage exists across the life span, considered potential explanations, and assessed the larger implications of the findings. U.S. Health in International Perspective presents detailed evidence on the issue, explores the possible explanations for the shorter and less healthy lives of Americans than those of people in comparable countries, and recommends actions by both government and nongovernment agencies and organizations to address the U.S. health disadvantage.
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