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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

Mother Jones, Monday 15 January 2018

The Population of Young Men Is Down, and So Is Crime

Kevin Drum

The Telegraph, Monday 15 January 2018

New domestic abuse laws could underestimate violence against women, academic warns

Olivia Rudgard, Monday 15 January 2018

Boost social services to prevent shootings, says crime expert

Marc-André Cossette

EurekAlert!, Monday 15 January 2018

The presence of sexual violence in neighborhoods erodes feelings of safety

Case Western Reserve University

Chicago Tribune, Monday 15 January 2018

Commentary: How do we curb racism and anti-Semitism — and protect free speech?

Steven Lubet

The Conversation, Monday 15 January 2018

What’s really going on in London’s organised crime scene – according to a criminologist

Anna Sergi

Truth-Out, Sunday 14 January 2018

Beyond Reform, Toward the End of Policing: An Interview With Alex Vitale

Maya Schenwar

Anniston Star, Sunday 14 January 2018

Predictive policing -- Chicago effort reaches out to those most prone to violence

The Conversation, Sunday 14 January 2018

Why some people in non-violent relationships kill their partners

Belinda Parker

NPR, Sunday 14 January 2018

How Likely Is Someone To Sexually Harass Others? This Scale Determines

Michel Martin

BBC News, Friday 12 January 2018

How hate crime affects a whole community

Rupert Brown, Mark Walters & Jenny Paterson

The Philadelphia Tribune, Friday 12 January 2018

Why Trump thinks he understands Chicago crime

Clarence Page

The Washington Post, Friday 12 January 2018

Almost 35 years ago, she let a stranger hold her newborn. It has haunted her ever since.

Paul Duggan

Undark Magazine, Thursday 11 January 2018

It’s Time to Bring Supervised Injection Sites Above Ground

Zachary Siegel

The Conversation, Thursday 11 January 2018

When sexual assault victims speak out, their institutions often betray them

Jennifer J. Freyd

EurekAlert!, Thursday 11 January 2018

UT Dallas study: Recent spikes in homicide rates don't tell whole story

University of Texas at Dallas

Newswise, Thursday 11 January 2018

Hot Spot Policing Focused on Guns Is Most Effective Strategy For Reducing Gun Violence in Baltimore, Study Finds

Johns Hopkins

myPolice (blog), Thursday 11 January 2018

Scam alert: Neighbourhood Watch imposter

Ricky Brudenall

SPIEGEL ONLINE, Thursday 11 January 2018

'I Heard Their Screams, and Then They Were Gone'

Fiona Ehlers

Newsweek, Wednesday 10 January 2018

The Half-Baked Quackery that is Perpetuating Crime

Daniel P. Mears

The Conversation, Wednesday 10 January 2018

Why is El Salvador so dangerous? 4 essential reads

Catesby Holmes

EurekAlert, Wednesday 10 January 2018

Study provides insights on links between childhood abuse and later depression

NewsBusters (blog), Wednesday 10 January 2018

NYT’s Kristof: Trump Is Scientifically Proven ‘Threat to Democracy’

Chris Reeves

New York Magazine, Wednesday 10 January 2018

The White and Black Murder Rates Are Both Rising, But for Different Reasons

Jesse Singal

The Jerusalem Post, Wednesday 10 January 2018

Why a Death Penalty for Terrorists Won’t Solve Terrorism… and What Will


Al-Monitor, Wednesday 10 January 2018

Born in the wrong place: Europe's Islamic State offspring

Brenda Stoter

Truth-Out, Wednesday 10 January 2018

Very Quietly, Justice Department Charges White Supremacist With Domestic Terrorism


The Independent, Wednesday 10 January 2018

Knowledge gap leaves Britons vulnerable to money laundering criminals

Kate Hughes