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The city saw a surge in gun violence in 2016: 762 murders, 3,550 shooting incidents, and 4,331 shooting victims, according to a statement released by the department on Sunda
Most homicides lead to life in prison but on some occasions the murderer isn't found and the case may be dropped. With only 9 suspects being charged in 2017 out of the 89 homicides
Chicago marked 2016 as the deadliest year in nearly two decades, data released by the Chicago Police Department shows.
Chicago Police reported 928 murders in 1991 — and nearly 36 percent of the deceased were between the ages of 17 and 25, according to police data. By 2000, the total number of murders in Chicago had decreased to 633, according to police data. Nearly 43 percent of the victims were between 17 and 25. In 2013, the Cook County medical examiner’s office reported 441 homicides, and nearly 42 percent were between 17 and 25 years old.
Homicides have changed a lot in terms of number, but the reason it hasn’t changed as a percent of all murders gets into the complicated issue of the types of homicides that young people are likely to be involved in and the degree to which those homicides can be reduced or addressed through policy changes,” Olson said.
The toughest group to get a reduction seems to be the 17 to 25 age group.” While the percentage of 17- to 25-year-old victims has not changed much, Olson noted there still has been an overall reduction in the total number of victims in this age group.
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