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

The New York Review of Books, Thursday 03 December 2020

On the Far-Right and Policing in America

Ali Winston

The Conversation, Monday 23 November 2020

Prosecuting within complex criminal networks is hard. Data analysis could save the courts precious time and money

Roberto Musotto

The Crime Report, Monday 23 November 2020

Task Force Probes ‘New Approaches’ to Policing

U.S. News & World Report, Monday 23 November 2020

Why Community Engagement Is Key to Researching and Preventing Violence

Maryann Mason

The Crime Report, Monday 23 November 2020

Law Enforcement Played ‘Minimal Role’ in COVID-19 Enforcement: Study

PsyPost, Monday 23 November 2020

Adolescents with callous-unemotional traits are more likely to carry a gun or to use a gun during a crime, study finds

Beth Ellwood

Modern Diplomacy, Sunday 22 November 2020

The Nature of Islamist Violence in France

Lucas Webber

Modern Diplomacy, Saturday 21 November 2020

Extortion, bio-warfare and terrorism: Extremists are exploiting the pandemic

New York Times, Saturday 21 November 2020

Designed to Deceive: Do These People Look Real to You?

Kashmir Hill and Jeremy White

The Conversation, Friday 20 November 2020

Why it’s important to see women as capable … of terrible atrocities

Jessica Trisko Darden, Izabela Steflja

TIME, Friday 20 November 2020

As Police Departments Outsource Officer Training to Save Money, Society May Be Paying the Price

Alana Semuels

New York Times, Friday 20 November 2020

When the World Seems Like One Big Conspiracy

Yuval Noah Harari, Friday 20 November 2020

Top-down efforts to train the Continent’s imams will only make things worse.

H.A. Hellyer

EurekAlert!, Thursday 19 November 2020

DeepER tool uses deep learning to better allocate emergency services

Binghamton University

EurekAlert!, Thursday 19 November 2020

New tool to combat terrorism

Flinders University

Times of India, Thursday 19 November 2020

Groups associated with al-Qaeda, ISIS spread conspiracy theories about Covid-19: UN report

North by Northwestern, Thursday 19 November 2020

Bad apples or bad trees: Professor Andrew Papachristos analyzes Chicago police violence using network science

Emma Chiu

New York Times, Thursday 19 November 2020

Dutch Police Urge Public to Stop ‘Pedo-Hunting’ After Vigilante Violence

Isabella Kwai and Claire Moses

The Conversation, Wednesday 18 November 2020

Solitary confinement by any other name is still torture

Linda Mussell, Marsha Rampersaud

Scientific American, Wednesday 18 November 2020

What Does a Guilty Brain Look Like?

Lindsay Gray

The Conversation, Wednesday 18 November 2020

The extreme intoxication defence is often successful when used, usually in cases involving male violence against women. (Unsplash)

Amy Swiffen, Naomi Barney Purdie

The Guardian, Wednesday 18 November 2020

Murder risk in England and Wales much higher for black people

Vikram Dodd, Wednesday 18 November 2020

Ethics of facial recognition studies worry scientists — survey results

Richard Van Noorden

Divided We Fall, Wednesday 18 November 2020

Defund the Police? A Conversation

Saida Grundy

EurekAlert!, Tuesday 17 November 2020

Why untraceable cryptocurrencies are here to stay

Copenhagen Business School

Kansas City Star, Tuesday 17 November 2020

Gun purchases during pandemic were by people more likely to be suicidal, study finds

Katie Camero, Tuesday 17 November 2020

The hatred of video games is simply suspicion of youth

Ian Dunt, Tuesday 17 November 2020

Special Report: A city takes on its police union, and a nation is watching

BBC News, Tuesday 17 November 2020

Covid: Lockdown 'causing drugs gangs to recruit locally'