Homicide and Assault Offenses
Addington, L. A. (2004). Effect of NIBRS reporting on item missing data in murder cases. Homicide Studies, 8(3), 193-213.
Chilton, R. (2004). Regional variations in lethal and nonlethal assaults. Homicide Studies, 8(1), 40-56.
Chu, L. D. and Kraus, J. F. (2004). Predicting fatal assault among the elderly using the National Incident-Based Reporting System crime data. Homicide Studies, 8(2), 71-95.
Crime Statistics Unit. (2008). Homicide study 2005 - 2007. Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
Jarvis, J. (1993). Homicide research and the National Incident-Based Reporting System. Pp. 69-72 in Questions and Answers in Lethal and Non-Lethal Violence: Proceedings of the Second Annual Workshop of the Homicide Research Working Group. Washington, D.C.: Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.
Messner, S. F., McHugh, S., and Felson, R. B. (2004). Distinctive characteristics of assaults motivated by bias. Criminology, 42(3), 585-618.
Metropolitan Police Department, District of Columbia. (2001). A study of homicides in the District of Columbia. To request a copy of this report, please call (202) 272-2663.
Office of Justice Programs. (2004). South Carolina murder trends, 1977 - 2002. South Carolina Department of Public Safety.
Turley, E. and Haas, S. M. (2006). Patterns of violent crime and weapon use, 2000-2004. West Virginia Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety, Division of Criminal Justice Services, Criminal Justice Statistical Analysis Center.
Weaver, G. S. , Clifford Wittekind, J. E., Huff-Corzine, L., Corzine, J., Petee, T. A., and Jarvis, J. P. (2004). Violent encounters: A criminal event analysis of lethal and nonlethal outcomes. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 20(4), 348-368.