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

The Conversation, Sunday 24 October 2021

Cyberattacks to critical infrastructure threaten our safety and well-being

Jason Jaskolka

Washington Post, Saturday 23 October 2021

Inside Facebook, Jan. 6 violence fueled anger, regret over missed warning signs

Craig Timberg, Elizabeth Dwoskin and Reed Albergotti

New York Times, Friday 22 October 2021

‘Needle Spiking’ of Women in Britain Stirs Alarm Over New Kind of Assault

Megan Specia and Isabella Kwai

The Conversation, Friday 22 October 2021

Hollywood’s love of guns increases the risk of shootings – both on and off the set

Brad Bushman, Dan Romer

New York Times, Friday 22 October 2021

New Zealand Wants a 90% Vaccination Rate. Its Street Gangs May Hold the Key.

Natasha Frost

New York Times, Friday 22 October 2021

Amanda Knox Was Exonerated. That Doesn’t Mean She’s Free.

Jessica Bennett

Newswise, Thursday 21 October 2021

U.S. gun violence increased 30% during COVID-19 pandemic

Penn State College of Medicine

New York Times, Thursday 21 October 2021

Syria Executes 24 People for Setting Wildfires, Calling It ‘Terrorism’

Ben Hubbard

The Conversation, Wednesday 20 October 2021

Online abuse: banning anonymous social media accounts is not the answer

Harry T Dyer

The Conversation, Wednesday 20 October 2021

Sarah Everard, police culture and the ‘masculinised’ workplaces we can all help change

Stephen Burrell, Nicole Westmarland, Sandy Ruxton

Wall Street Journal, Wednesday 20 October 2021

Taliban Commander Who Launched Bombings in Kabul Is Now a Police Chief in Charge of Security

Saeed Shah

Reason, Wednesday 20 October 2021

New Research Says Police in Schools Don't Reduce Shootings but They Do Increase Expulsions and Arrests

C.J. Ciaramella

The Crime Report, Wednesday 20 October 2021

As Police Violence Increases, Civilians Less Likely to Call 911: Study

Andrea Cipriano

Thomson Reuters Foundation News, Wednesday 20 October 2021

Pushback against AI policing in Europe heats up over racism fears

Arthur Neslen

New York Times, Wednesday 20 October 2021

Detention of an Afghan at Guantánamo Bay Is Ruled Unlawful

Carol Rosenberg

The Conversation, Tuesday 19 October 2021

Is it even possible to regulate Facebook effectively? Time and again, attempts have led to the same outcome

Olga Kokshagina, Stan Karanasios

The Conversation, Tuesday 19 October 2021

How a maximum security prison offers a pathway to academic excellence and a PhD

Christian Tietz

The Conversation, Tuesday 19 October 2021

Adolescent dating violence affects 1 in 3, but murky policies mean most adults don’t know how to help

Deinera Exner-Cortens, Wendy Craig

Newswise, Tuesday 19 October 2021

Baltimore’s No-Prosecution Policy for Low-Level Drug Possession and Prostitution Finds Almost No Rearrests for Serious Offenses

Johns Hopkins

EurekAlert!, Tuesday 19 October 2021

Study aims to identify best remote support services for domestic violence and abuse survivors in COVID-19 pandemic

University of Birmingham

Kathimerini / New York Times, Tuesday 19 October 2021

Town rattled by bow-and-arrow killings ponders terrorism and mental illness

Cora Engelbrecht and Henrik Pryser Libell

Police1, Tuesday 19 October 2021

Research investigates factors that are related to accuracy during criminal investigations

Jean Cabell

Public Policy Institute of California, Monday 18 October 2021

Racial Disparities in Law Enforcement Stops

Magnus Lofstrom, Joseph Hayes, Brandon Martin, and Deepak Premkumar

Birmingham Mail, Monday 18 October 2021

'Domestic abuse not seen as priority' - Criminologist blasts system as 13,000 'timed-out' cases dropped

Center for Immigration Studies, Monday 18 October 2021

Panel Video: Are Immigrants Less Willing to Report Crime?

Mark Krikorian, Steven A. Camarota, Jessica M. Vaughan, Keith Harmon, and Bryan Griffith

MSF, Monday 18 October 2021

Adding salt to the wound: Counter-terrorism and healthcare

The Conversation, Monday 18 October 2021

Why Facebook and other social media companies need to be reined in

Kaitlynn Mendes, Jacquelyn Burkell, Jane Bailey, Valerie Steeves

The Spectator, Monday 18 October 2021

The death of David Amess and the narcissism of the discourse

Sam Leith

The Conversation, Monday 18 October 2021

Aged care staff urgently need training to report and prevent sexual assault

Joseph Ibrahim, Amelia Grossi, Daisy Smith, Meghan Wright