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

The Atlantic, Monday 02 March 2020

The Billion-Dollar Disinformation Campaign to Reelect the President

McKay Coppins

The Conversation, Thursday 20 February 2020

What would happen if we all just stopped following rules?

Nick Chater

EurekAlert, Thursday 20 February 2020

Paying attention to complaints can protect nurses from violence

University of British Columbia

EurekAlert, Thursday 20 February 2020

Study charts rising trend of image-based sexual abuse

RMIT University

Modern Diplomacy, Wednesday 19 February 2020

Escaping IS: What Exiting an Armed Group Actually Takes

Dr Siobhan O’Neil and Dr Mara Revkin

New York Times, Wednesday 19 February 2020

When Did Bloomberg Turn Against Stop-and-Frisk? When He Ran for President.

Maggie Astor

The Conversation, Wednesday 19 February 2020

Grooming: what parents should know and what schools should do if they suspect it

Larissa Christensen, Nadine McKillop, Susan Rayment-McHugh

The Conversation, Wednesday 19 February 2020

Vigilantes and private security are policing the internet where governments have failed

Mark Button

The Conversation, Wednesday 19 February 2020

Weinstein trial begs a question: Why is the pain of women and minorities often ignored?

Anne P. DePrince, Jennifer M. Gómez

Crime Report, Tuesday 18 February 2020

Facial Recognition: Beware the ‘Long Arm of the Algorithm’

Andrea Cipriano

Washington Post, Tuesday 18 February 2020

Guest Post: Stop-and-frisk can be an effective crime-fighting tool, at the right time and place

Tom Jackman

EurekAlert, Tuesday 18 February 2020

Once cyber grooming starts, the first five days are critical

University of Jyväskylä - Jyväskylän yliopisto

EurekAlert, Monday 17 February 2020

The Lancet Psychiatry: Life-course-persistent antisocial behaviour may be associated with differences in brain structure

EurekAlert, Monday 17 February 2020

Mortality from all causes over 40% higher in female domestic abuse survivors

Cities Today, Sunday 16 February 2020

Should cities ban facial recognition technology?

Kirsty Tuxford

The Globe and Mail, Sunday 16 February 2020

How rising gun and gang violence exposes Canada’s fault lines

TheArticle, Sunday 16 February 2020

The political rise of southern Africa’s machete gangs

Nqobani Ndlovu

Live Science, Saturday 15 February 2020

Why do people confess to crimes they didn't commit?

Donavyn Coffey

Scientific American (blog), Saturday 15 February 2020

Hollywood and Gun Violence

Abraar Karan

Science, Saturday 15 February 2020

Crime did not surge when California became a ‘sanctuary state’

David Shultz

EurekAlert, Saturday 15 February 2020

The verdict is in: Courtrooms seldom overrule bad science

Association for Psychological Science

EurekAlert, Friday 14 February 2020

Algorithms 'consistently' more accurate than people in predicting recidivism, study says

University of California - Berkeley

EurekAlert, Friday 14 February 2020

Weisburd studying police stops, crime prevention, and community reaction

George Mason University

Verfassungsblog ON MATTERS CONSTITUTIONAL, Friday 14 February 2020

A Painful Slap from the ECtHR and an Urgent Opportunity for Spain

Carlos Oviedo Moreno

Eurozine, Friday 14 February 2020

The role of the journalist in the age of disinformation

Adam Lelonek

The Conversation, Thursday 13 February 2020

Slavery is not a crime in almost half the countries of the world – new research

Katarina Schwarz

The Conversation, Thursday 13 February 2020

The influence of drugs on murder rates is being overstated

Ian Hamilton, Alex Stevens, Niamh Eastwood

EurekAlert, Thursday 13 February 2020

Fewer liquor stores may lead to less homicide

EurekAlert, Thursday 13 February 2020

Face-to-face contact with police builds trust in fledgling states

Cornell University