I wonder about the rise in Agg Assualt. Is this because increased medical technology makes it more likely that you will survive a shooting? I read before that only like 25% of people who get shot in Philadelphia actually die because we have so many excellent medical institutions throughout the city, thereby skewing violence stats.
It looks like this year so far there were 536 shooting victims, and 173 homicides. Obviously not all, but likely many of the homicides were gun related, so that's something like an 80% survival rate. Do those get chalked up as Agg Assaults on police data like that posted above?