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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, Thursday 22 February 2018

Crimes of solidarity: liberté, égalité and France’s crisis of fraternité

Abi Taylor

The Conversation, Wednesday 21 February 2018

Sexting: a modern ‘crime’ that could be on a child’s police record for life

Michelle McManus, Louise Almond

Crime Report, Wednesday 21 February 2018

Cops Weigh Chance of Conviction Before Arresting Rape Suspects: Study

TCR Staff

BBC News, Wednesday 21 February 2018

Crime gangs net £7m from sophisticated bank phone fraud

Paul O'Hare

The Washington Post, Wednesday 21 February 2018

How reliably does animal torture predict a future school shooter?

Arnold Arluke

News18, Wednesday 21 February 2018

In The Wrong Hands, AI Can Mean New-Age Terrorism, Automated Cyber Attacks: Report

The Conversation, Wednesday 21 February 2018

Why is there so little research on guns in the US? 6 questions answered

Lacey Wallace

MedPage Today, Wednesday 21 February 2018

The Case for Gun Violence Research (Science-Based Medicine)

Chicago Evening Post, Wednesday 21 February 2018

School Shootings: Mental Health Watchdog Says Psychotropic Drug Use by School Shooters Merits Federal Investigation

Ari Roul

Rappler, Wednesday 21 February 2018

Global cybercrime costs $600 billion annually – study, Tuesday 20 February 2018

US gun owners destroy rifles in #OneLess response to Florida school shooting

Mark Molloy

The Conversation, Tuesday 20 February 2018

Cyberbullying at an all-time high: Don’t be a bystander

Nadia Naffi

The Conversation, Tuesday 20 February 2018

North Korea’s growing criminal cyberthreat

Dorothy Denning

Forbes, Tuesday 20 February 2018

Something Rotten in Denmark? The International Criminalization of Drug Advertising

Robert Radick

Science News, Tuesday 20 February 2018

Are computers better than people at predicting who will commit another crime?

Maria Temming

The Conversation, Monday 19 February 2018

Why police in schools won’t reduce youth crime in Victoria

Diana Johns

K U Today, Monday 19 February 2018

Drug trafficking can support terrorist activity, but not in ways most believe Social Sciences, Monday 19 February 2018

Study reveals links between youth victimization, beliefs about government, and political participation

Baylor College of Medicine

The Conversation, Monday 19 February 2018

Life on humanitarian compounds is removed from reality – this can fuel the misconduct of aid workers

Gemma Houldey

The Independent, Monday 19 February 2018

'We must act before another child is killed': Warning over abuse linked to witchcraft and possession beliefs in UK

Lizzie Dearden

The Scarlet, Monday 19 February 2018

True Crime, False Perceptions

Andrew Rose, Monday 19 February 2018

FRAUD WARNING: Elderly UK savers being tricked out of half a million pounds EVERY DAY

Tom Gillespie

Times Higher Education, Monday 19 February 2018

Putting a prison at the heart of a university campus

Matthew Reisz

The Conversation, Sunday 18 February 2018

Seeing the unseeable: how viewing crime scene photos can be beneficial

Kate Rossmanith, Hugh Dillon, Jane Mowll

Newsweek, Sunday 18 February 2018

Trump Branded 'Psychopath' After Blaming FBI's Russia Probe for Failure to Investigate Florida Shooting Tip

Tom Porter

ABC, Sunday 18 February 2018

Chinese war on crime threatening whole villages' livelihoods, researcher says

The Conversation, Sunday 18 February 2018

Comic-explainer: How does Islamic finance work?

Wes Mountain