After starting this year with more shooting victims than were reported during January and February of 2013, ensuing monthly declines have now placed Philadelphia nearly five percent behind last year’s pace through July.
(View the interactive version.)
Monthly gunshot victims:
- Philadelphia shooting victim map: January, 2014
- February shootings less frequent but more lethal; more women wounded and killed
- Philadelphia shooting victim report: March 2014
- Philadelphia shooting climb through April; still behind previous years
- Shootings spike during May in Philadelphia; still behind last year’s pace
- Fewer shooting victims reported during June in Philadelphia
- Multiple-victim incidents dominate Philadelphia gun violence summary for July
At top of page: Police gather at the scene of a shooting where a man was critically wounded last month, on North 25th Street near North College Avenue in North Philadelphia. Photograph for the Gun Crisis Reporting Project by Joseph Kaczmarek.
Posted by Jim MacMillan.
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