Negligent Manslaughter

The Supplemental Homicide Report (SHR) provides information about each reported incident of negligent manslaughter. Negligent Manslaughter is defined as the killing of another person through gross negligence.  Any death of an individual resulting from the negligent act of another individual is included in this category.  Negligent acts resulting in the death of the individual committing those acts, and resulting in no other deaths, are not included in the UCR data.  They are considered accidental deaths.

The UCR Manual contains more information about Negligent Manslaughter. 

2017 Summary

For 2017, there were 76 cases of Negligent Manslaughter: 4 cases of a child playing with a gun, 8 involving other negligent weapon handling, 27 vehicular negligence, and 37 other negligent killings. 
 
2017 Negligent Manslaughter

Source: Florida Supplemental Homicide Reports, 2017


Negligent Manslaughter data is contained within the Florida Supplemental Homicide Reports, 1996 - 2017 (Excel).
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