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

THE BELIEVER, 01.06.2018

Our Arab


New York Times, 01.06.2018

Amid London’s Crime Surge, Authorities Take Aim at ‘Drill,’ a Bleak Style of Rap Music

Ceylan Yeginsu and Anna Codrea-Rado

Pacific Standard, 01.06.2018

Is the Trump Administration Hindering Asylum Seekers by Making It Harder to Tell Who Qualifies?

Francie Diep

New York Magazine, 01.06.2018

Is the World Done With Liberal Democracy?

Andrew Sullivan, 02.06.2018

New questions about old Canadian study foreshadowing opioid crisis

Kelly Crowe

The Guardian, 02.06.2018

Legalising cannabis ‘could earn Treasury £3.5bn’

Jamie Doward

The Atlantic, 02.06.2018

The Trump Administration's Approach to School Violence Is More Style Than Substance

Alia Wong

The Independent, 02.06.2018

The Taliban's legacy in Afghanistan has plundered women's basic human rights

Barin Sultani Haymon

HeraldScotland, 03.06.2018

Revealed: the people most likely to be scammed

Peter Swindon, 03.06.2018

Police facing surge in extremists released from jail, analysis finds

Jamie Grierson and Caelainn Barr

The Conversation, 04.06.2018

Combining the facial recognition decisions of humans and computers can prevent costly mistakes

David White

The Conversation, 04.06.2018

The slippery slope of dehumanizing language

Allison Skinner

The Conversation, 04.06.2018

Cambridge Analytica is more than a data breach – it’s a human rights problem

Lorna McGregor

HeraldScotland, 04.06.2018

Drug gangs preying on the weak to use homes for crimes

David Leask

The Strategist (blog), 05.06.2018

Understanding what drives terror

Isaac Kfir

The Conversation, 05.06.2018

Deterring cyber attacks: old problems, new solutions

Joe Burton

The Conversation, 05.06.2018

Peace walls and other social frontiers can breed crime and conflict in cities

Gwilym Pryce

City Limits, 05.06.2018

They Say Legal Guardians Ripped Them Off—and the State AG Let Them Down

Alisa Partlan

EurekAlert!, 05.06.2018

Psychedelic drug use associated with reduced partner violence in men

University of British Columbia Okanagan campus

The Economist, 05.06.2018

I know what you’ll do next summer

Jon Fasman

Newswise, 05.06.2018

Rural gangs in Mississippi have ties to Windy City

University of Arkansas

The Conversation, 06.06.2018

How a masculine culture that favors sexual conquests gave us today’s ‘incels’

Ross Haenfler

EurekAlert!, 06.06.2018

Terror: The power of narration

University of Bonn

war on the rocks, 06.06.2018

Compounding Violent Extremism? When Efforts to Prevent Violence Backfire

Jessica Trisko Darden

EurekAlert!, 06.06.2018

Internet search data shows link between anti-Muslim and pro-ISIS searches in the US

American Association for the Advancement of Science

The Independent, 06.06.2018

Terror attacks cost the UK economy £3bn last year, new research shows

Caitlin Morrison

Toronto Star, 06.06.2018

U of T researchers design algorithm that dupes facial recognition detectors

Julien Gignac

The Globe and Mail, 06.06.2018

Finally, a sign of national unity: racial profiling in policing

Denise Balkissoon


What populists get wrong about migration

Craig Spencer

Folio Weekly, 06.06.2018

Community Divided: The Wedge Between Policing and the Policed


Public Radio Tulsa, 06.06.2018

"Cuz: The Life and Times of Michael A."

Rich Fisher

The Economist, 06.06.2018

How homosexuality became a crime in the Middle East

Washington Post, 06.06.2018

Where killings go unsolved

New York Review of Books, 07.06.2018

The Mass Murder We Don’t Talk About

Helen Epstein

London Review of Books, 07.06.2018

The Tower

Andrew O’Hagan

Wall Street Journal, 07.06.2018

Islamic State’s Attacks Raise Threat of Southeast Asia Hub

Yaroslav Trofimov

The Drive, 07.06.2018

'Eye in the Sky' Research Project Uses Drones to Spot Violence in Crowds

Marco Margaritoff

EurekAlert!, 07.06.2018

Systemic racism needs more examination related to health, says UofL researcher

University of Louisville

EurekAlert!, 07.06.2018

Bad news becomes hysteria in crowds, new research shows

EurekAlert!, 07.06.2018

The causes and effects of violence

The Conversation, 07.06.2018

Britain’s hostility to those seeking refuge didn’t start with Theresa May – it dates back a century

Anita Howarth Senior Lecturer in Journalism, Brunel University London

EurekAlert, 08.06.2018

First public forecasts from ViEWS, a political Violence Early-Warning System

Uppsala University

EurekAlert, 08.06.2018

Science of racism examined in new set of research articles

Association for Psychological Science

EurekAlert!, 08.06.2018

The burglary microbiome project

American Society for Microbiology

The Root, 09.06.2018

‘Is the President Aware That Taking the Knee Is About Police-Involved Shootings?’

Richard Prince

New York Times, 09.06.2018

In Newark, Police Cameras, and the Internet, Watch You

Rick Rojas, 10.06.2018

Can Legal Cannabis Help Slow the Opioid Drug Epidemic in the U.S.?

Free Press Journal, 10.06.2018

The ISIS Caliphate: From Syria to the Doorsteps of India by Stanly Johny- Review

Sandeep Singh

The Guardian Sun, 10.06.2018

How we all colluded in Fortress Europe

Kenan Malik, 10.06.2018

From bomb threats to handcuffs, police warn scammers growing increasingly aggressive

Simon Little Digital Reporter CKNW

Power Line (blog), 11.06.2018

Unsolved killlings, what do they tell us?

Paul Mirengoff

IFLScience (blog), 11.06.2018

Australian Teens Are Committing Way Less Crime For A Peculiar Reason

Tom Hale

The Conversation, 11.06.2018

School shootings: why some young people are more traumatised than others

Áine Travers PhD Researcher in Psychology, University of Southern Denmark

EurekAlert, 11.06.2018

People who 'see the glass as half full' are more likely to fall prey to marketing scams

University of Plymouth

EurekAlert, 11.06.2018

Squashing cyberbullying: New approach is fast, accurate

University of Colorado at Boulder

EurekAlert!, 11.06.2018

Philosopher warns against 'drifting into state terrorism'

The Atlantic, 11.06.2018

What One Professor’s Case for Hating Men Missed

Conor Friedersdorf

The Conversation, 12.06.2018

Do abused women need asylum? 4 essential reads

Catesby Holmes

The Conversation, 12.06.2018

Living with neighborhood violence may shape teens’ brains

Darby Saxbe

EurekAlert!, 12.06.2018

Claiming credit for cyberattacks

University of Connecticut

EurekAlert!, 12.06.2018

Urban violence can hurt test scores even for kids who don't experience it

Johns Hopkins University

New York Times, 12.06.2018

She Was Raped and Threatened With Death. Now She Has Lost Hope of Asylum.

Liz Robbins

Journalist's Resource, 12.06.2018

Homicide in Brazil: What Journalists Should Know

Eduardo Salgado

The Washington Post, 12.06.2018

It’s time to stop laughing at Nigerian scammers — because they’re stealing billions of dollars

Cleve R. Wootson Jr.

The Colorado Independent, 13.06.2018

New data collection program will test bias in Denver policing

Alex Burness

Washington Post, 13.06.2018

How emoji can kill: As gangs move online, social media fuel violence

William Wan

The Conversation, 13.06.2018

How organised crime affects the most vulnerable communities

NIall Hamilton-Smith Senior Lecturer, University of Stirling

The Conversation, 14.06.2018

Why electronic surveillance monitoring may not reduce youth crime

Darren Palmer Associate professor, Deakin University

Horizon magazine, 14.06.2018

Why don’t most people become radicalised?

EurekAlert, 14.06.2018

Social rejection is painful and can lead to violence. Mindfulness may provide a solution.

Virginia Commonwealth University

EurekAlert!, 14.06.2018

System allows surveillance cameras to 'talk' to the public through individual smartphones

Purdue University

The Conversation, 15.06.2018

Violent crime against older people is at record levels — here’s why

Hannah Bows Assistant Professor in Criminal Law, Durham University

The Conversation, 15.06.2018

The eye in the sky that can spot illegal rubbish dumps from space

Ray Purdy Senior Research Fellow in Law, University of Oxford

The Conversation, 15.06.2018

The secret information hidden in your hair

Richard Paul Principal Academic in Biological Chemistry, Bournemouth University

The Conversation, 17.06.2018

Greer is right to say rape law has failings, but wrong to suggest its decriminalisation

Kate Galloway Associate Professor of Law, Bond University

The Conversation, 17.06.2018

Technology is both a weapon and a shield for those experiencing domestic violence

Hadeel Al-Alosi Lecturer, School of Law, Western Sydney University

The Conversation, 17.06.2018

Face-to-face, humans are not good at violence’: Randall Collins in conversation with Michel Wieviorka

Michel Wieviorka Sociologue, Président de la FMSH, Fondation Maison des Sciences de l'Homme (FMSH) – USPC

The Globe and Mail, 17.06.2018

How new software to recover laptop data helped police investigate Quebec mosque shooter’s motives, techniques

Stephanie Marin

The New Yorker, 18.06.2018

Why Do We Care So Much About Privacy?

Louis Menand

The Conversation, 18.06.2018

To design safer parks for women, city planners must listen to their stories

Nicole Kalms Director of XYX Lab + Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture at Monash University, Monash University

New York Times, 18.06.2018

Are Women Responsible for Their Own Safety? Australians Point Fingers After Comedian’s Rape and Murder

Adam Baidawi

EurekAlert, 18.06.2018

Violence against women significantly more likely after high-risk sex

The Conversation, 18.06.2018

US communities can suffer long-term consequences after immigration raids

Elizabeth Oglesby Associate Professor of Latin American Studies and Geography, University of Arizona

Harvard Magazine, 18.06.2018

Writing Crime into Race

Lydialyle Gibson