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

Washington Post, Friday 25 September 2020

Breonna Taylor updates: Calls mount for more information on grand jury’s decision-making

Timothy Bella, Maria Sacchetti, Marisa Iati, Mark Berman, Hannah Knowles and Meryl Kornfield

The Conversation, Thursday 24 September 2020

Where in the world will the next epidemic start?

Naomi Forrester-Soto Reader in Vector Biology, Keele University

The Conversation, Thursday 24 September 2020

From psychopaths to ‘everyday sadists’: why do humans harm the harmless?

Simon McCarthy-Jones Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology, Trinity College Dublin

The Conversation, Thursday 24 September 2020

Microaggressions aren’t just innocent blunders – new research links them with racial bias

Jonathan Kanter Director of the Center for the Science of Social Connection, University of Washington

New York Times, Wednesday 23 September 2020

‘Kill All You See’: In a First, Myanmar Soldiers Tell of Rohingya Slaughter

Hannah Beech, Saw Nang and Marlise Simons

LAist, Wednesday 23 September 2020

USC Law Professor Jody Armour On Breonna Taylor Case: 'Justice Is Not Colorblind'

A Martinez in News

Wall Street Journal, Wednesday 23 September 2020

Breonna Taylor Case Outcome Isn’t Unusual, Review of Police Shootings Shows

The Crime Report, Wednesday 23 September 2020

Overpolicing’ Still Common in NYC Black Neighborhoods, Report Finds

Andrea Cipriano

EurekAlert!, Wednesday 23 September 2020

Multidisciplinary approaches to solving cold cases

The Conversation, Wednesday 23 September 2020

The missing question from New Zealand’s cannabis debate: what about personal freedom and individual rights?

Marta Rychert Senior Researcher in Drug Policy, Massey University

The Conversation, Tuesday 22 September 2020

The EU is on a collision course with Poland over hate crime

Piotr Godzisz Lecturer in Criminology,

EurekAlert!, Tuesday 22 September 2020

News coverage in Chicago disproportionately devalues Black and Hispanic lives

Stanford University Research News

The Crime Report, Tuesday 22 September 2020

The Link Between Capital Punishment, Race and Police Brutality: Report

The Guardian, Tuesday 22 September 2020

How rescuing drowning migrants became a crime

Daniel Trilling

The Conversation, Tuesday 22 September 2020

Prosecute Donald Trump for coronavirus crimes? No, but maybe Jared Kushner

J.M. Opal Associate Professor of History and Chair, History and Classical Studies, McGill University

Boston Globe, Sunday 20 September 2020

Algorithms may never really figure us out — thank goodness

Bryan Schonfeld and Sam Winter-Levy

The Sunday Times, Sunday 20 September 2020

Pickpocketing rate half what it was before lockdown

Tom Calver, Shanti Das and David Collins

The Atlantic, Sunday 20 September 2020

If You Care About the Court, Don’t Talk About It

Anne Applebaum, staff writer at The Atlantic

The Conversation, Friday 18 September 2020

Don’t write off government algorithms – responsible AI can produce real benefits

Allison Gardner Lecturer in Computer Science/Co-founder Women Leading in AI, Keele University

The Conversation, Tuesday 15 September 2020

Coronavirus and conspiracies: how the far right is exploiting the pandemic

Blyth Crawford

New Statesman, Friday 11 September 2020

How China’s strategy of repression has led to decades of violence in Tibet

Isabel Hilton

The Conversation, Thursday 10 September 2020

Children transitioning from care to adult life are being badly let down – and falling prey to criminal gangs

Karen Shalev Greene

The Conversation, Thursday 10 September 2020

19 years after 9/11, Americans continue to fear foreign extremists and underplay the dangers of domestic terrorism

Jeff Gruenewald a.o.

The Conversation, Wednesday 09 September 2020

Why the dwindling numbers of trained detectives is a national crisis

Graham Hill

https://theconversation.com/portland-and-kenosha-violence-was-predictable-and-preventable-145505, Tuesday 08 September 2020

Portland and Kenosha violence was predictable – and preventable

Cynthia Miller-Idriss

The Conversation, Monday 07 September 2020

Domestic abuse workers reveal the trauma of trying to help victims during lockdown

Domestic abuse workers reveal the trauma of trying to help victims during lockdown

The Conversation, Friday 04 September 2020

Trump claims ‘left-wing extremism’ is engulfing the US. Conflating protests with terrorism is the real danger

Kristy Campion, Levi J West

The Conversation, Thursday 03 September 2020

Protests have been criminalised under COVID. What is incitement? How is it being used in the pandemic?

Maria O'Sullivan

EurekAlert, Thursday 03 September 2020

'Attack Helicopters' an online sub-culture to watch out for

Queensland University of Technology