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Worldwide violence against journalists

January 18, 2013

Reporters Without Borders has released their list of the 10 most dangerous places in the world in 2011. It is unsurprisingly similar to that published recently by the Committee to Protect Journalists. Both reports indicate an increase in violence against journalists over the last year. J-Source put the important facts and figures from the Reporters […]

Which Industries are the Most Violent?

Which Industries are the Most Violent?

December 11, 2012

The workplace is often like a second home with many long hours spent there, but sometimes the workplace can be a place for disaster as well. This infographic looks at the top five most violent industries for the 2005 year. If you think working with people is always calm and serene you might want to […]

What are your Chances of Becoming a Crime Statistic?

What are your Chances of Becoming a Crime Statistic?

November 21, 2012

Crime statistics determine what your chances of being a victim of crime. This helpful infographic provides information about crime rates in the world and in the United States. Source

Mexican Cartels

Mexican Cartels

November 16, 2012

The ongoing drug trade in mexico has been one of the nation’s chief concerns for some time now. But the level of gruesome violence has escalated to near catastrophic proportions since President Felipe Calderon took office in December of 2006, creating virtual ghost towns as people have sought refuge in safer states. This vilence has […]

Violence against women

Violence against women

November 15, 2012

German police statistic and information about violence against women. German version. Source

Violence on TV

Violence on TV

August 25, 2012

Does TV violence cause actual violence? Here’s one take on the statistics. Source

Crime in America

Crime in America

June 8, 2012

Crime is running rampant in America. Students are missing, children are disappearing, and families are killing one another. The following infographic portrays the criminalization with a bunch of statistics from prison stats to costs. Source