Homicide

The Homicide category includes first- and second-degree murder, and manslaughter. A Homicide occurs when a person directly or indirectly, by any means, causes the death of another human being. Deaths caused by criminal negligence, suicide and accidental or justifiable homicide (e.g. self-defence) are not included. The data source for these figures is the Homicide Squad Case List Log. There may be some archival delay due to classification by the Homicide Squad. Homicide figures represent the number of offences (victims).

To learn more, please visit data.torontopolice.on.ca/pages/glossary


Crime Prevention Tips

Are You in an Abusive Relationship? (PDF) source: Toronto Police Service
Bullying (PDF) source: Toronto Police Service
Hate-Motivated Crime (PDF) source: Toronto Police Service
Personal Safety (PDF) source: Toronto Police Service
Senior Safety (PDF) source: Toronto Police Service
Senior Safety & Elder Abuse (PDF) source: Toronto Police Service
Social Isolation of Seniors (PDF) source: Toronto Police Service
Streetproofing: Keep Your Child Safe (PDF) source: Toronto Police Service

For more tips, please see CrimePoint.info/Crime-Prevention