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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 New Yorker Annals of Gastronomy, Monday 24 April 2017

The Martha Stewart of Marijuana Edibles

Lizzie Widdicombe

Scoop.co.nz, Thursday 20 April 2017

‘Brain fingerprinting’ has crime-solving potential for NZ

University of Canterbury

The Conversation, Thursday 20 April 2017

Not all Brazilians believe that criminals have no rights, but a startling number do

Julita Lemgruber, Leonarda Musumeci

Newswise, Thursday 20 April 2017

Research Team Tracks Complex Web of Monetary Sanctions in 9 States

University of Washington

Vocativ, Wednesday 19 April 2017

The Rise Of The Social Media Killer

Allee Manning

EurekAlert!, Wednesday 19 April 2017

Study examines emergency department visits for patients injured by law enforcement in the US

The Conversation, Wednesday 19 April 2017

Now who will push ahead on validating forensic science disciplines?

Suzanne Bell

The Conversation, Wednesday 19 April 2017

How immigration detention compares around the world

Admir Skodo

The Atlantic, Wednesday 19 April 2017

Words Which by Their Very Utterance Inflict Injury

Conor Friedersdorf

Pacific Standard, Wednesday 19 April 2017

For Gruesome Crimes, Color Photos May Lead to Guilty Verdicts

Tom Jacobs

BenarNews, Wednesday 19 April 2017

Philippines: Islamic State Strikes North

Rohan Gunaratna

The Trace, Tuesday 18 April 2017

Guns Do Damage In Abusive Relationships Even When They Don’t Go Off

Kate Masters

Scientific American online, Tuesday 18 April 2017

The Federal Government Makes It Ridiculously Hard to Study Gun Violence and Medical Marijuana

Steve Mirsky

The Conversation, Tuesday 18 April 2017

As live streaming murder becomes the new normal online, can social media be saved?

David Glance

EurekAlert!, Tuesday 18 April 2017

Grant creates first national center for child maltreatment studies at Penn State

EurekAlert!, Tuesday 18 April 2017

Well-kept vacant lots can help reduce crime

Michigan State University

The Independent Online, Tuesday 18 April 2017

Young British Muslims think Isis fighters returning from Syria should be reintegrated into society, research finds

Samuel Osborne

The Conversation, Tuesday 18 April 2017

Mandatory minimum sentences and populist criminal justice policy do not work – here’s why

Kate Fitz-Gibbon, James Roffee

The Conversation, Tuesday 18 April 2017

Thatcher, Reagan and Robin Hood: a history of modern wealth inequality

Andrew Newell

Insightcrime.org, Tuesday 18 April 2017

Report Analyzes Advances of Criminal Justice Reforms in Mexico

David Gagne

The Atlantic, Monday 17 April 2017

It’s Not Enough to Dismiss Islamophobia

Emma Green

EurekAlert!, Monday 17 April 2017

Older victims of fraud have poorer cognitive skills and are less conscientious, honest

University of Toronto

Journalist’s Resource, Sunday 16 April 2017

Sanctuary cities and federal funds: Interpreting Trump’s executive order

Undark, Saturday 15 April 2017

Does Gun Violence Infect Communities Like a Blood-Borne Pathogen?

Rod McCullom

LSE US Centre’s daily blog on American Politics and Policy, Friday 14 April 2017

Why crime prevention strategies may be effective against both deliberate and impulsive burglars.

Journalist’s Resource, Friday 14 April 2017

Crime and gender: A partial explanation for why men commit more crime

The Guardian, Thursday 13 April 2017

Who are the new jihadis?

Olivier Roy

The Wire, Wednesday 12 April 2017

Three Arguments on Islam That Counterterrorism Scholars Need to Junk

Aersh Danish

The Conversation, Wednesday 12 April 2017

What is ‘success’ in drug rehab? Programs need more than just anecdotes to prove they work

Stephen Bright, Nicole Lee