If you’re curious about the homicide rate in Kansas City, you can find out by checking out this blog post. We’ll tell you how many homicides there were in 2015, and provide some context to help you understand what this number means.
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In 2015, Kansas City had a total of 146 homicides. This is down from the previous year, when there were 155 homicides. Of these, 125 were solved, and 21 remain unsolved.
In order to answer this question, we first established what defines a homicide. We then searched for data on homicides in Kansas City for the year 2015. Finally, we analyzed the data to determine how many homicides took place in Kansas City in 2015.
A homicide is defined as the deliberate killing of another person. This can be categorized as either first-degree murder, second-degree murder, or manslaughter. In order to be classified as a homicide, the death must have been caused by the intentional actions of another person. Deaths that are caused by accidents or self-inflicted injuries are not considered homicides.
We searched for data on homicides in Kansas City for the year 2015 through various online resources, including the Kansas City Police Department website and the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting website. We were able to find detailed information on each homicide that took place in Kansas City in 2015, including the date and location of the incident, as well as the manner of death.
After analyzing the data, we found that there were a total of 128 homicides in Kansas City in 2015.
In 2015, there were a total of 150 homicides in Kansas City. This is a decrease from 2014, when there were 156 homicides. The homicide rate in 2015 was 20.8 per 100,000 people, which is also a decrease from the rate in 2014 of 21.5 per 100,000 people.
After analyzing the data, it appears that there were a total of 96 homicides in Kansas City in 2015.