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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

New York Review of Books, Thursday 20 December 2018

Two Roads for the New French Right

Mark Lilla

The Conversation, Tuesday 11 December 2018

The bogus demonization of the ‘migrant caravan’

Stephanie J Silverman

The New Yorker, Monday 10 December 2018

Syria’s Last Bastion of Freedom

Anand Gopal

The Times, Monday 10 December 2018

The meek wives of Isis exposed as best recruiters

Charlie Parker

Chicago Reader, Monday 10 December 2018

The problem with the “public health” approach to ideological violence

Maya Dukmasova

EurekAlert, Monday 10 December 2018

Inequality in homicide rates in Chicago neighborhoods increased over 20-year period

Northwestern University, Monday 10 December 2018

A huge number of Australians are committing billions in fraud — most without even knowing it

Shannon Molloy

The Independent, Sunday 09 December 2018

Far-right groups across Europe 'using Islamist techniques' to recruit followers, report says

Lizzie Dearden

Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 08 December 2018

'Islamism is not Islam': confronting Europe's terrorism problem

Greg Callaghan

The Conversation, Saturday 08 December 2018

What French populists from the ‘50s can teach us about the 'yellow vests’ roiling Paris today

Charles Hankla

European Eye on Radicalization, Friday 07 December 2018

Radicalization and Terrorism in Greece

Dr. Triantafyllos Karatrantos, Thursday 06 December 2018

Boston’s miracle: how America stopped young men killing each other

Sandra Johansson

BBC News, Thursday 06 December 2018

How we got hooked on grisly true crime

The Independent, Wednesday 05 December 2018

Number of far-right terror attacks increases as overall deaths from terrorism fall, report finds

Samuel Osborne

Psychology Today (blog), Wednesday 05 December 2018

Mass Radicalization in the USA

Sophia Moskalenko Ph.D.

The Conversation, Wednesday 05 December 2018

Chicago’s Safe Passage program costs a lot, but it may provide students safer routes to school

F. Chris Curran

Newswise, Wednesday 05 December 2018

Drug wholesalers drove fentanyl's deadly rise, report concludes

University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)

CBC News, Wednesday 05 December 2018

Researchers push for ban on strongest drugs as opioid overdose crisis continues

Josh Pagé

EurekAlert!, Tuesday 04 December 2018

Boys with social difficulties most susceptible to early substance use, study finds

The Sunday Post, Tuesday 04 December 2018

Crime analysts call for greater focus on burglaries as research reveals three out of four break-ins in Scotland unsolved

Krissy Storrar

The Conversation, Tuesday 04 December 2018

Victorian royal commission into policing needs to take a broad approach: here’s why

Darren Palmer Associate professor, Deakin University

The Conversation, Tuesday 04 December 2018

White nationalist groups are really street gangs, and law enforcement needs to treat them that way

Matthew Valasik Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University

EurekAlert!, Tuesday 04 December 2018

Extent of US lives shortened by gun violence twice as great among blacks as whites

EurekAlert!, Tuesday 04 December 2018

Mathematical model offers new strategies for urban burglary prevention

ABC News, Tuesday 04 December 2018

The NYPD, the nation's largest police department, puts its eyes in the skies with new drone program

Chris Francescani & Aaron Katersky

Washington Post, Tuesday 04 December 2018

Who wants to be a police officer? Job applications plummet at most U.S. departments.

Tom Jackman

Newsweek, Tuesday 04 December 2018

FBI Signs Interrogation Unit Contract With Firm Accused of Mistreating Separated Migrant Children

Jeff Stein