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New criminology data have been reported by K. Soothill and co-authors.

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"The interrelationships between serious types of crime have been neglected. Focusing on those convicted of arson (n = 45,915), blackmail (n = 5,774), kidnapping (n = 7,291) and threats to kill (n = 9,816) in U.K. and Wales (1979-2001), we examine the specialization and sequencing of these crimes in relation to the risk of subsequent homicide," scientists in Lancaster, the United Kingdom report.

Period4/08/2008

"The interrelationships between serious types of crime have been neglected. Focusing on those convicted of arson (n = 45,915), blackmail (n = 5,774), kidnapping (n = 7,291) and threats to kill (n = 9,816) in U.K. and Wales (1979-2001), we examine the specialization and sequencing of these crimes in relation to the risk of subsequent homicide," scientists in Lancaster, the United Kingdom report.

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TitleNew criminology data have been reported by K. Soothill and co-authors.
Media name / outletPolitics and Government Week
Date4/08/08
PersonsBrian Francis, Keith Soothill