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Table 1 Homicide concentration

From: Crime concentration at micro-places in Latin America

Country City and population (in millions) n crimes (and rate per 100,000) % of streets accounting for 25% of crime (n streets) % of streets accounting for 50% of crime (n streets)
Brazil Duque de Caxias (0.3) 454 (133) 0.4 (42) 1.1 (126)
Nova Iguaçu (0.8) 431 (55) 0.3 (42) 0.9 (125)
Rio de Janeiro (6.3) 1909 (30) 0.3 (129) 1.1 (455)
São Gonçalo (0.3) 439 (130) 0.2 (22) 1.0 (102)
Colombiaa Barranquilla (1.2) 523 (43) 0.2 (na) 0.7 (na)
Bogotá (8.1) 1834 (23) 0.2 (na) 0.5 (na)
Cali (2.4) 2456 (102) 0.4 (na) 1.3 (na)
Medellin (2.5) 1503 (60) 0.4 (na) 1.2 (na)
Venezuelab Sucre (0.3) 223 (74) 0.4 (na) 1.5 (na)
  1. aMejía et al. (2015)
  2. bJaitman and Ajzenman (2016)
  3. Numbers in bolditalic indicate values below Weisburd’s (2015) bandwidths and numbers in italics indicate values above Weisburd’s (2015) bandwidths. All data periods are for 2017 unless stated: Brazil 2016, Colombia 2012–2013, Venezuela 2014