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

New York Review of Books, Thursday 07 October 2021

The Lie of Nation Building

Fintan O’Toole

Frontline Print edition, Friday 24 September 2021

Communalising martyrdom

Rajan Gurukkal

New York Times, Wednesday 22 September 2021

Murder Rose by Almost 30% in 2020. It’s Rising at a Slower Rate in 2021.

Jeff Asher

The Crime Report, Wednesday 22 September 2021

Study Explores How to Protect Domestic Violence Survivors

EurekAlert!, Wednesday 22 September 2021

Can a history of sexual violence lead to heart problems later in life?

WYPR, Tuesday 21 September 2021

Do Violence Interruption Programs Work? Some Critical Perspectives

EurekAlert!, Tuesday 21 September 2021

Predicting a riot: Social inequality leads to vandalism in experiments

University College London

New York Times, Tuesday 21 September 2021

How the Case of Gabrielle Petito Galvanized the Internet

Katherine Rosman

The New Yorker, Monday 20 September 2021

How a Syrian War Criminal and Double Agent Disappeared in Europe

Ben Taub

EurekAlert!, Monday 20 September 2021

Gun violence exposure associated with higher rates of mental health-related ED visits by children

The Conversation, Monday 20 September 2021

Facebook’s algorithms fueled massive foreign propaganda campaigns during the 2020 election – here’s how algorithms can manipulate you

Filippo Menczer

University of Michigan, Monday 20 September 2021

Majority of Detroiters want police reform, many also want increased police presence

University of Michigan

JNS, Monday 20 September 2021

Understanding the enemy: An interview with Dr. Anat Berko

Ran Puni

The Conversation, Sunday 19 September 2021

The anti-vax movement is being radicalized by far-right political extremism

Sibo Chen

New York Times, Saturday 18 September 2021

The Scientist and the A.I.-Assisted, Remote-Control Killing Machine

Ronen Bergman and Farnaz Fassihi

The Guardian, Saturday 18 September 2021

Teenage girls, body image and Instagram’s ‘perfect storm’

Dan Milmo and Clea Skopeliti

New York Times, Saturday 18 September 2021

First Tied to ISIS, Then to U.S.: Family in Drone Strike Is Tarnished Twice

Matthieu Aikins and Alissa J. Rubin

The Conversation, Friday 17 September 2021

Cybercriminals use pandemic to attack schools and colleges

Nir Kshetri

EurekAlert!, Friday 17 September 2021

Digital evidence at risk of being missed because of fragmented police training and coordination, study warns

Publication University of Exeter

EurekAlert!, Friday 17 September 2021

Infants exposed to domestic violence have poorer cognitive development

University of Missouri-Columbia

California News Times, Thursday 16 September 2021

Mass shootings in the US increased during the coronavirus pandemic, study finds

Lauren Mascarenhas

The Conversation, Thursday 16 September 2021

Is sexual abuse and exploitation rife in the music industry?

Rosemary Lucy Hill

The Conversation, Thursday 16 September 2021

Political orientation predicts science denial – here’s what that means for getting Americans vaccinated against COVID

Adrian Bardon

EurekAlert!, Thursday 16 September 2021

Mass shootings in US during pandemic

Anupam Jena

inkstickmedia, Thursday 16 September 2021

Coming to Terms with a Cultural Trauma

Christine Muller

The Conversation, Thursday 16 September 2021

QLD police will use AI to ‘predict’ domestic violence before it happens. Beware the unintended consequences

Heather Douglas, Robin Fitzgerald

New York Times, Thursday 16 September 2021

Justice Dept. to Review Enforcement of Civil Rights Protections in Grants

Katie Benner

The Conversation, Thursday 16 September 2021

Facebook has known for a year and a half that Instagram is bad for teens despite claiming otherwise – here are the harms researchers have been documen

Christia Spears Brown

EurekAlert!, Wednesday 15 September 2021

Innocent children feeling pressure to admit guilt to avoid prosecution, report warns

University of Exeter

Homeland Security Today, Wednesday 15 September 2021

State of Radicalization: Behavioral Factors in the Rise of the Lone Actor Terrorist

Steven M. Crimando