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Twin Cities Pride Festival Attendees Surveyed on Intimate-Relations

Center for Homicide Research staff administered a homicide prevention survey at the Twin Cities Pride Festival, June 23-24, 2012. Thank you to everyone who participated in the survey. It was a great opportunity for our summer internship staff, many who were attending their first Pride Festival ever. The survey focused on the topic of intimate-relations. […]

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Homicide Occurs in a Rhythmical Pattern

On June 10th, 2011, Dallas Drake, Principal Researcher for the Center for Homicide Research, presented a paper at the Homicide Research Working Group in New Orleans, Louisiana outlining the discovery of cyclic patterns between occurrences of homicide. In an earlier paper by Drake and co-authors, Charles Crain and Jessica Proskin, also Center researchers, a similar […]

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