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

Harper's Magazine, 01.02.2019

Are homicides among the elderly acts of mercy or malice?

Ann Neumann

New York Times online, 02.02.2019

He Committed Murder. Then He Graduated From an Elite Law School. Would You Hire Him as Your Attorney?

Noam Scheiber

The National Interest online, 02.02.2019

Why Do Extremist Groups Thrive in Africa?

Muhammad Fraser-Rahim

The Independent, 03.02.2019

One in four Londoners ‘have witnessed extremism’, poll suggests

Deutsche Welle, 03.02.2019

Germany cracks down on clan crime with 'zero tolerance'

Oliver Pieper

The Guardian, 03.02.2019

Stop criminalising our musicians

The New Yorker Annals of Health Care, 04.02.2019

The Personal Toll of Whistle-Blowing

Sheelah Kolhatkar

The Guardian, 04.02.2019

UK police use of computer programs to predict crime sparks discrimination warning

Sarah Marsh

tendaily, 04.02.2019

The 'Canary In The Coalmine' Link Between Terrorism And Trolling

Alex Bruce-Smith

Livemint 10 min read, 04.02.2019

The new crime buster: Tracking gait technology

Abhijit Ahaskar

Phys.Org, 05.02.2019

School suspension, expulsion more likely to predict youth drug use than police arrest

EurekAlert!, 05.02.2019

Radiologists can help identify victims of domestic violence

Radiological Society of North America

Phys.Org, 05.02.2019

Why nonviolent resistance is more successful in effecting change than violent campaigns

Michelle Nicholasen

The Conversation, 05.02.2019

The Syrian war is not over, it’s just on a new trajectory: here’s what you need to know

Mehmet Ozalp

mondaq, 05.02.2019

Worldwide: A Global Purview Of Counter-Terrorism Efforts

STA Law Firm, 05.02.2019

Curing the Chicago Way

Edward McClelland

Jerusalem Post online, 06.02.2019

An emerging threat: family terror networks

The Conversation, 06.02.2019

Traumatic brain injury in female inmates is taking a heavy toll – yet it’s overlooked

Emily Glorney

The Conversation, 06.02.2019

What is Islamic dispute resolution and why is it controversial in Australia?

Dr Maria Bhatti

EurekAlert, 06.02.2019

Mental illness not to blame for gun violence study finds

University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

The Conversation, 06.02.2019

Deepfake videos could destroy trust in society - here’s how to restore it

Garfield Benjamin

The Conversation, 06.02.2019

Prisons and asylums prove architecture can build up or break down a person’s mental health

Simon Cross

The Crime Report, 06.02.2019

Why ‘Liberal’ Policing Shouldn’t Be a Contradiction in Terms

Isidoro Rodriguez

Inverse, 06.02.2019

Predictive Policing Is Far More Prevalent Than We Once Thought: Report

Maddy Foley

The New York Review of Books, 07.02.2019

‘Reeducating’ Xinjiang’s Muslims

James Millward

Canada NewsWire, 07.02.2019

Launch of National Expert Committee on Countering Radicalization to Violence, 07.02.2019

Want to reduce police use of force? Experts say you need more women

Jane Gerster

The Conversation, 07.02.2019

Migrants calling us in distress from the Mediterranean returned to Libya by deadly ‘refoulement’ industry

The Conversation, 07.02.2019

Why do parents kill their children? The facts about filicide in Australia

Terry Goldsworthy

EurekAlert, 07.02.2019

Hispanic men most likely to have fatal interaction with police in segregated neighborhoods

University at Buffalo

EurekAlert, 07.02.2019

New legislation needed to regulate police facial recognition technology

University of East Anglia

The Independent, 07.02.2019

Police budget cuts blamed as fatal stabbings hit highest number on record in England and Wales

Lizzie Dearden

Newswise, 07.02.2019

WIU Terrorism Researcher’s New Book Offers Insights into Family Terror Networks, Their Implications and How to Combat this Growing Feature of Global T

Source Newsroom: Western Illinois University

The Conversation, 07.02.2019

Giving a place a bad reputation can harm its residents’ health – unless they’re empowered to change it

Emma Halliday, 09.02.2019

How the internet made it easier for all of us to be criminals, or victims

Julia Shaw

Irish Times, 10.02.2019

Special gardaí to review domestic murders to ‘improve services’

Conor Gallagher

The Japan News, 10.02.2019

Saudi study: Millennial jihadis educated, not social outcasts

The Conversation, 10.02.2019

Universities have made progress on responding to sexual assault, but there’s more to be done

Nicola Henry

The Conversation, 10.02.2019

Morrison promises $78 million for combatting domestic violence

Michelle Grattan

EurekAlert, 11.02.2019

Low-income boys' inattention in kindergarten associated with lower earnings 30 years later

Carnegie Mellon University

The Conversation, 11.02.2019

Latest allegations of sexual assault show how the legal system discourage victims from coming forward

Alesha Durfee

NYU News, 11.02.2019

Research to Use Innovative Data Science Tools to Study Pretrial Detention in More than 1,000 U.S. Counties

Open Access Government, 11.02.2019

UK police want funding for crime-fighting technology

Houston Chronicle, 11.02.2019

Abuse of Faith

Robert Downen, Lise Olsen, and John Tedesco

The Conversation, 11.02.2019

How to manufacture a crisis: Deconstructing Donald Trump’s immigration rhetoric

Jerome Viala-Gaudefroy

The Conversation, 11.02.2019

Most Americans don’t realize what companies can predict from their data

Emilee Rader

The Times, 12.02.2019

Past offenders need a better chance to earn a clean slate

Ian O’Donnell

The Defense Post, 12.02.2019

An inside look at the first US domestic deradicalization program

Ivy Kaplan

The Independent, 12.02.2019

Clicking on terrorist propaganda even once could mean 15 years in prison under new law

Lizzie Dearden

EurekAlert, 12.02.2019

Artificial intelligence could help to foil online dating scams

The Conversation, 12.02.2019

Genocide: why a focus on prevention would produce a better outcome

Christopher Ayres

Slate Magazine, 12.02.2019

“I Knew Right Away It Was My Dad”

Zach Schonfeld

Financial Times, 13.02.2019

How to stop computers being biased

Madhumita Murgia

Pacific Standard, 13.02.2019

After Parkland, Schools Upped Police Presence. Has It Made Students Safer?

Jack Denton

MIT Technology Review, 13.02.2019

Police across the US are training crime-predicting AIs on falsified data

Karen Hao

Financial Times online, 13.02.2019

Real-world solutions for online abuse

Madhumita Murgia

The Conversation, 13.02.2019

Social media doesn’t need new regulations to make the internet safer – GDPR can do the job

Eerke Boiten

EurekAlert, 13.02.2019

Climate change increases potential for conflict and violence

Iowa State University

The Conversation, 13.02.2019

Yes, we can put bank bosses in jail, but is that the best way to hold them to account?

Rick Sarre

NPR, 13.02.2019

A High-Crime Neighborhood Makes It Harder To Show Up For School

Elissa Nadworny

Vox, 14.02.2019

I’ve covered gun violence for years. The solutions aren’t a big mystery.

German Lopez

BMC Blogs Network, 14.02.2019

Can mental health treatments help prevent or reduce intimate partner violence in low- and middle-income countries? A systematic review

The Conversation, 14.02.2019

Drugs: researchers shouldn’t just focus on the harms

Ian Hamilton, Alex Aldridge

The Conversation, 14.02.2019

London’s 2011 riots: report blames deprivation and poor policing – not mad, bad, dangerous people

Stephen Reicher, Clifford Stott, John Drury

The New Yorker, 18.02.2019

Private Mossad for Hire

Adam Entous and Ronan Farrow