According to General Crime Schedules, “Homicide and Homicidal Attempt” Crimes in Jerusalem (1913/1914)
In the last period of Ottoman Empire, there are eligible informations about perpetrators in one of crime schedules named as “general crime schedules” that was maintaned to follow crimes and see batch informations about perpetrators. These statistical schedules allows the general situation of the society to be see through the marital status, duplicate criminals, occupational status, nationality, literacy status, age ranges of perpetrators, where and why the crime committed. In this study, just before the World War 1, the homicide and homicidal attempt crimes in Jerusalem accepted by three monotheistic religions as holy, are tried to be examined through the information provided by general crime schedules.

Jerusalem, Homicide, Crime, Felony