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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 25 May 2017

In the Horrorscape of Aleppo

Charles Glass

The New Yorker Annals, Monday 22 May 2017

An Underground College for Undocumented Immigrants

Jonathan Blitzer

The Conversation, Monday 22 May 2017

Mueller’s threats to resign reveal his character

Douglas M. Charles

The Conversation, Monday 22 May 2017

6 reasons why stopping terrorism is so challenging

Gary LaFree

PR Newswire, Monday 22 May 2017

Renewed "War on Drugs" expected to increase the number of HIV/AIDS infections in the U.S

CityLab, Monday 22 May 2017

Pulling Back the Curtain on Police Officers' Suicides

Marla Donato

Oxford University Press, Monday 22 May 2017

What more can could be done to protect the protectors?

Alex Murray

CNN 1104 GMT (1904 HKT), Monday 22 May 2017

The inevitable rise of the robocops

Thomas Page

Huffington Post Edition, Monday 22 May 2017

‘The Met: Policing London’ - A Powerful And Intimate Way To Show The Public How We Police The Capital

Cressida Dick

The Conversation, Monday 22 May 2017

Could an Islamic reformation prevent violent radicalisation in Egypt?

Author Georges Fahmi Research Fellow at the Middle East Directions Programme, European University Institute

The Conversation, Monday 22 May 2017

What is moral injury in veterans?

Holly Arrow ,William M. Schumacher

The Hill, Monday 22 May 2017

Dollars and sense: It pays to reduce youth crime

Chief Patrick J. Flannelly

PsychCentral, Monday 22 May 2017

Study Shows Street Gangs Don’t Breed Extremism

Traci Pedersen

EurekAlert, Monday 22 May 2017

Abused caregivers have double chance of poor health

University of Queensland

EurekAlert, Sunday 21 May 2017

Network traffic provides early indication of malware infection

Georgia Institute of Technology

Newsweek, Saturday 20 May 2017

Right-Wing and ‘Radical Islamic’ Terror in the U.S. Are Equally Serious Threats: ADL Report (Exclusive)

Stav Ziv

The Independent Online, Friday 19 May 2017

Scarred for life: The rise of glassing, the most sickening act of drunken violence, and what can be done about it

Godfrey Holmes

EurekAlert, Friday 19 May 2017

New study opens case on emotional stress of senior police investigators in child homicide

University of Huddersfield

Ottawa Citizen, Friday 19 May 2017

The Canadian Bankers Association on how institutions handle an aging client base

Kelly Egan, Ottawa Citizen

The Conversation, Friday 19 May 2017

Should spies use secret software vulnerabilities?

Nir Kshetri

The Conversation, Friday 19 May 2017

True crime: why the Irish counterfeiting wave of the late 18th century was a myth

Adam Crymble

London Review of Books Vol. 39 No. 10, Thursday 18 May 2017

A Murderous History of Korea

Bruce Cumings

WDET, Thursday 18 May 2017

How Personal Data and Algorithms Send People to Prison

Huddersfield Examiner, Thursday 18 May 2017

Are detectives as emotionally tough as they seem?

Andrew Robinson

EurekAlert, Thursday 18 May 2017

New comprehensive national database advances gun policy research

Boston University Medical Center

The Washington Post, Thursday 18 May 2017

Special counsel Robert Mueller is bad news for Trump’s embattled White House

James Hohmann

EurekAlert!, Thursday 18 May 2017

Gang members, domestic extremists vastly different, says CU Boulder study

University of Colorado at Boulder

The Atlantic, Thursday 18 May 2017

How Soon Until the Next Ransomware Catastrophe?

The Northern Daily Leader, Thursday 18 May 2017

Ramifications of elder abuse profound, State Trustees says

Jessica Black