PAST HRWG MEETINGS

1993


The 1993 annual meeting of the HRWG was held from June 13 to June 17, 1993, hosted by the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. The theme for the meeting was "Public Safety -- Linking Data, Coordinating Resources, and Learning from Different Approaches." Fifty-one HRWG members from a variety of disciplines -- public health, criminology, geography, nursing, pediatrics, public policy, sociology, criminal justice and others -- debated and brainstormed questions such as the life chances of homicide, how to reconcile public health and criminal justice approaches to violence, and the definition and measurement of victim precipitation; they discussed methods of spatial analysis, managing large databases, and data linking; they shared the latest information about homicide databases and intervention programs; and they rolled up their sleeves at tutorials on serial murder investigation, forensics, and firearms.

More information on the meetings can be found below.

Meeting Proceedings

 

 

 



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