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Todays crime related press reports collected by Prof. Thomas Görgen, German Police University

The Conversation, Monday 13 January 2020

What Islamic State speaking in an English accent tells us about the group’s strategy

Alan Greene

The Conversation, Wednesday 28 June 2017

A dangerous mix: Bullied youth report access to loaded guns more than other youth

Maayan Simckes

Newswise, Wednesday 28 June 2017

Immigration Does Not Raise Crime, UCI-Led Study Finds, Refuting Common Assumption

University of California, Irvine

Crime Report, Tuesday 27 June 2017

Will Trump Use Science to Fight Crime?

Ted Gest

Newsweek, Tuesday 27 June 2017

What Is Telegram? The App ISIS Uses, Russians Love and Governments Hate

Damien Sharkov

The Conversation, Tuesday 27 June 2017

Men are killed at a greater rate than women in Australia – what can we do to reduce their risk?

Samara McPhedran, Li Eriksson

The Conversation, Tuesday 27 June 2017

Children are being used as easy weapons of propaganda by terrorist organisations

Amy-Louise Watkin

New York Times online, Tuesday 27 June 2017

Global Cyberattack: What We Know and Don’t Know


The Guardian, Tuesday 27 June 2017

Is the staggeringly profitable business of scientific publishing bad for science?

Stephen Buranyi

National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions, Monday 26 June 2017

Because We Will All Age...... A Primer on the Prevention of Elder Fnancial Exploitation and Abuse

Shari R. Pogach

Newswise, Monday 26 June 2017

Virtual Training for Active Shooter Incidents Now Available to First Responders

EurekAlert!, Monday 26 June 2017

Twitter-monitoring system detects riots far quicker than police reports

The Conversation, Monday 26 June 2017

How to deradicalise someone

Sarah Marsden, Monday 26 June 2017

Liu Xiaobo's unbearable fate is stark symbol of where China is heading

Tania Branigan

The Conversation, Sunday 25 June 2017

Phone scams cost billions. Why isn’t technology being used to stop them?

David Glance

Bellingcat, Sunday 25 June 2017

Will Get Fooled Again – Seymour Hersh, Welt, and the Khan Sheikhoun Chemical Attack

Eliot Higgins

DIE WELT online, Sunday 25 June 2017

Trump‘s Red Line

Seymour M. Hersh

Houston Chronicle, Sunday 25 June 2017

How do we address the tension between police and motorists of color?

Esther J. Cepeda

Newsweek, Saturday 24 June 2017

How is Canada Legalizing Marijuana? And What Will the Impact be on Health, Policing and Crime?

Tom Porter

The Atlantic, Saturday 24 June 2017

How a Chicago Program Cut Violent Arrests in Half

Olga Khazan

Newsweek, Saturday 24 June 2017

Trump’s Terrorism Hyperbole Is Just What ISIS Had in Mind

Ned Price

Huffington Post Australia, Saturday 24 June 2017

Retirement Group Aveo Allegedly Exploiting Elderly Aussies: Report

Sam McKeith

New Statesman, Friday 23 June 2017

Who will take responsibility for the rise in far-right terrorism?

Maria Norris and Naaz Rashid

Washington Post, Friday 23 June 2017

A look at recent settlements in fatal police encounters

Washington Post, Friday 23 June 2017

A look at high-profile police-related killings of blacks

Foreign Policy (blog), Friday 23 June 2017

John Walker Lindh, Detainee #001 in the Global War On Terror, Will Go Free In Two Years. What Then?

Dan De Luce, Robbie Gramer, Jana Winter

The Atlantic, Friday 23 June 2017

Watergate Lawyer: I Witnessed Nixon's Downfall—and I've Got a Warning for Trump

The Conversation, Friday 23 June 2017

After years of destruction, Iraqis are rescuing their cultural identity

Balsam Mustafa