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

The Economist, Saturday 31 July 2021

Why have some places suffered more covid-19 deaths than others?

New York Times, Thursday 29 July 2021

He Killed Himself After the Jan. 6 Riot. Did He Die in the Line of Duty?

Shaila Dewan

The Conversation, Thursday 29 July 2021

The largest news agency in the US changes crime reporting practices to ‘do less harm and give people second chances’

Maggie Jones Patterson, Romayne Smith Fullerton

Newswise, Thursday 29 July 2021

New Research Infuses Equity Principles Into the Algorithm Development Process

NYU Tandon School of Engineering

The Atlantic, Thursday 29 July 2021

What Immigrants Know About Happiness

Arthur C. Brooks

Newsweek, Thursday 29 July 2021

Want to Reduce Crime? Start with Funding Our Communities | Opinion

Gina Clayton-Johnson and Thea Sebastian

University of Bristol Press, Thursday 29 July 2021

Major new research consortium on violence, health and society announced

Los Angeles Times, Thursday 29 July 2021

Op-Ed: How cities can break the link between heat and crime and save lives

Kilian Heilmann, Matthew E. Kahn and Cheng Keat Tang

Newswise, Wednesday 28 July 2021

A Group’s Moral Values May Help Determine the Likelihood of Hate-Motivated Harmful Acts

University of Southern California (USC)

CBS Sacramento, Wednesday 28 July 2021

Report Shows Sacramento Police More Likely To Arrest, Use Force On Black People

Tony Lopez

WalesOnline, Wednesday 28 July 2021

Drunk witnesses 'no less accurate at recalling details of crime'

The Conversation, Tuesday 27 July 2021

Domestic violence 911 calls increased during lockdown, but official police reports and arrests declined

Jillian B. Carr

The Conversation, Tuesday 27 July 2021

Taliban ‘has not changed,’ say women facing subjugation in areas of Afghanistan under its extremist rule

Homa Hoodfar, Mona Tajali

American Council on Science and Health, Tuesday 27 July 2021

Fixing a 'Broken Window'

Chuck Dinerstein

UM Today University of Manitoba, Tuesday 27 July 2021

We all have a part in ending human trafficking

Bob Chrismas

Lab Manager, Tuesday 27 July 2021

Social Change and Crime Trajectories

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

InSight Crime, Tuesday 27 July 2021

Unraveling the Web of Elites Connected to Organized Crime

INSIGHT CRIME EN - Free Minds and Free Markets, Monday 26 July 2021

Police Reforms Make Progress Against Entrenched Opposition

J.D. Tuccille

VICE, Monday 26 July 2021

Police Are Telling ShotSpotter to Alter Evidence From Gunshot-Detecting AI

Todd Feathers

FiveThirtyEight, Monday 26 July 2021

Police Arresting Fewer People For Minor Offenses Can Help Reduce Police Shootings

Samuel Sinyangwe

Al Jazeera, Monday 26 July 2021

Norway ten years after the Utøya massacre

Sindre Bangstad

Substack, Monday 26 July 2021

The Insecurity Industry

Edward Snowden

BBC News, Sunday 25 July 2021

'You'd walk out if your husband hit you - you can't when it's your child'

Sarah McDermott, BBC News

The Conversation, Sunday 25 July 2021

‘Anorexia coach’: sexual predators online are targeting teens wanting to lose weight. Platforms are looking the other way

Suku Sukunesan

Montclair Local News, Saturday 24 July 2021

Montclair activists: You may find police abolition isn’t what you think


Madison Leader Gazette, Saturday 24 July 2021

What Improves the Chances of Solving a Murder?

Shawn Utley

Washington Post, Saturday 24 July 2021

Dating app trips up another Capitol riot suspect, one accused of hitting police with whip

María Luisa Paúl

Washington Post, Saturday 24 July 2021

‘Some are still suffering’: Months after Capitol riot, police who fought the mob contend with physical, psychological pain

Peter Hermann