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Dataset: Violence Reduction - Victim Demographics - Aggregated
Provided by City of Chicago
Updated 3 Sep 2021

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This dataset contains aggregate data on violent index victimizations from 2016 to the present with a focus on those related to gun violence, such as fatal and non-fatal shootings. Index crimes are 10 crime types selected by the FBI (codes 1-4) for special focus due to their seriousness and frequency. This dataset includes only those index crimes that involve bodily harm or the threat of bodily harm and are reported to the Chicago Police Department (CPD). Each row is aggregated up to victimization type, age group, sex, race, and whether the victimization was domestic-related. Data is not broken out by year; victimization counts shown account for all years in the dataset (2016-present). In order to protect the privacy of victims, this dataset does not include any victimization counts of 3 or less. These classifications are slightly different from CPD's traditional Illinois Uniform Crime Reporting (IUCR) classifications of criminal incidents. "Fatal Shooting," "Non-Shooting Homicide," and...

Dataset:Violence Reduction - Victim Demographics - Aggregated
Provider:City of Chicago
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Country:United States of America

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