Archive | December, 2016

Native American Historical Homicide Project

Our Center for Homicide Research was very fortunate to receive a $5,000 grant in late 2015 from the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe (Mille Lacs Corporate Ventures) for a new study investigating the relationship between homicide of Native Americans between 1850 and 1930 and food access in Minnesota. Student researchers from the Summer Research Institute […]

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American Society of Criminology Conference 2016

A presentation at the November 2016 meeting of the American Society of Criminology included John Hipp of the Irvine Laboratory for the Study of Space and Crime in Irvine, CA. This was one of 1,270 research presentation sessions. Hipp’s session was part of a crime and place or geo-spatial theme.  

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Homicide Center Staff in New Orleans for Training

CHR researchers returned recently from attending the meetings of the American Society of Criminology (ASC). Criminologists met together in New Orleans, Louisiana to present and discuss ground-breaking developments in the understanding and prevention of crime, including homicide. The conference was held November 15-19, 2016. New Orleans is often a chosen conference site to help support […]

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