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

New York Review of Books, Thursday 23 July 2020

The Unpresident and the Unredeemed Promise

Fintan O’Toole

Sydney Morning Herald, Monday 13 July 2020

Domestic violence on the rise during pandemic

Anthony Galloway

Washington Post, Friday 10 July 2020

Do U.S. policing programs help boost the militarization of foreign police forces?

Benjamin Kenzer

Penn Today, Friday 10 July 2020

Police violence, structural racism and the science of reform

Penn Today, Friday 10 July 2020

Police violence, structural racism and the science of reform

The Guardian, Friday 10 July 2020

The Guardian view on stop and search: police people, don’t terrorise them

EurekAlert, Friday 10 July 2020

BU researchers: 'Gun culture 3.0' is missing link to understand US gun culture

Boston University School of Medicine

The Guardian, Friday 10 July 2020

'Cancel culture' doesn't stifle debate, but it does challenge the old order

Billy Bragg

Courier Journal, Friday 10 July 2020

From slave patrol to storm troopers, America's police have an ugly history

Amrita Chakrabarti Myers

Courier Journal, Friday 10 July 2020

From slave patrol to storm troopers, America's police have an ugly history

Amrita Chakrabarti Myers

The Conversation, Thursday 09 July 2020

Is stop and search contributing to the spread of COVID-19 in the UK?

Ghaith Aljayyoussi

EurekAlert, Thursday 09 July 2020

Research shows child abuse and neglect results in increased hospitalizations over time

University of South Australia

Rappler, Thursday 09 July 2020

Are you a terrorist?

Chay F. Hofileña

masslive, Thursday 09 July 2020

‘Fundamentally flawed’: MassLive to discuss facial recognition technology with the ACLU of Massachusetts as lawmakers look to ban the controversial so

Jackson Cote

MinnPost, Thursday 09 July 2020

What we know (and don’t know) so far about the effort to dismantle the Minneapolis Police Department

Solomon Gustavo

New York Times, Thursday 09 July 2020

How Berkeley Could Remove the Police From Traffic Stops

Kellen Browning and Jill Cowan

St. Louis Public Radio, Wednesday 08 July 2020

What ‘Defund The Police’ Could Look Like In A City Known For Violent Crime

Emily Woodbury

The Conversation, Wednesday 08 July 2020

Srebrenica, 25 years later: Lessons from the massacre that ended the Bosnian conflict and unmasked a genocide

Tom Mockaitis

Nieman Foundation at Harvard, Tuesday 07 July 2020

News coverage of violence in protests is more complicated than it may seem, new research shows

Mark Coddington and Seth Lewis

American Medical Association, Tuesday 07 July 2020

11 beginning steps to reform policing and tackle racial injustices

Kevin B. O'Reilly

Johns Hopkins Magazine, Tuesday 07 July 2020

Study consults experts on policing: The policed

Rachel Wallach

EurekAlert, Tuesday 07 July 2020

Scientists offer roadmap for studying link between climate and armed conflict

University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science

The Conversation, Tuesday 07 July 2020

Why the US military usually punishes misconduct but police often close ranks

Dwight Stirling

The Conversation, Tuesday 07 July 2020

3 things ‘ZeroZeroZero’ gets right about the cocaine trade

Kendra McSweeney

Christian Science Monitor, Monday 06 July 2020

Defund the police? Europeans redirect them.

Lenora Chu

The Conversation, Monday 06 July 2020

Islam’s anti-racist message from the 7th century still resonates today

Asma Afsaruddin

The Conversation, Monday 06 July 2020

Decades of failed reforms allow continued police brutality and racism

Stephen M. Underhill

Newswise, Monday 06 July 2020

White Police Officers Use Force More Often Than Non-White Colleagues

Texas A&M University

The Conversation, Sunday 05 July 2020

South African cops need linguistic training – urgently

Zakeera Docrat, Monwabisi K Ralarala Dean, Russell H. Kaschula

Alternet.org, Saturday 04 July 2020

Algorithms associating appearance and criminality have a dark past

Catherine Stinson