364 - Criminology
364.019 Psychological principles
364.04 Special topics of criminology
364.08 Groups of people
364.09 History, geographic treatment, biography of criminology as a discipline
364.1 Criminal offenses
364.106 Gangs (criminology)
364.2 Causes of crime and delinquency
364.36 Juvenile delinquency
364.4 Prevention of crime and delinquency
364.601 Philosophy and theory
364.62 Parole and indeterminate sentence
364.63 Probation and suspended sentence
364.65 Determination of sentence
364.66 Capital punishment
364.67 Corporal punishment
364.68 Noninstitutional penalties
364.8 Discharged offenders
R362.883 Rape victims
364.9 History, geographic treatment, biography of crime and its alleviation Aug 20
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The FBI has investigated them all… and many more spies, terrorists, and criminals besides. Listed below, grouped according to our top investigative priorities and related categories, are many of our famous and most significant cases over the past century. The monographs and write-ups below have been made available for your use. You may download them for any non-commercial use without obtaining permission from the FBI. If you don’t see a case listed here, try our search engine or history story index .
This is a partial list of mass murders and spree killings perpetrated by individuals. It is further divided into several subsections. This list shall contain every case with at least one of the following features: Mass murder cases with six or more dead (excluding the perpetrator) Mass murder cases with a double digit number of victims (dead plus injured) Mass murders by intention with at least a dozen victims (dead plus injured) (The definition of mass murder applied here is: murder of four or more persons within a rather short period.) In the tables that follow, the "W" column indicates the weapon, or weapons, used.