NYC Panel to Study Persistence of Domestic Homicides

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As New York City murders have declined significantly over 25 years, one category has remained stubbornly high: domestic violence homicides. The persistence of such killings has frustrated police officers, prosecutors, social service providers, and policymakers struggling to prevent intimate tensions that play out behind closed doors from turning deadly, reports the New York Times. While the city already has a . . .

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