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

EurekAlert, 01.10.2019

Domestic violence reduces likelihood of mothers breastfeeding in developing countries

University of Warwick

Newswise Research Alert, 01.10.2019

The Security Implications of Human Trafficking

Council on Foreign Relations (CFR

Irish Examiner, 02.10.2019

Five jihadists in Irish prisons, says study

Cormac O'Keeffe Security Correspondent, 02.10.2019

More discipline can lead kids to prison, new study finds

Newswise (press release, 02.10.2019

From Hate Speech to Hate Crimes

University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)

The Conversation, 02.10.2019

Cultural studies key to national security

Nicholas Tampio

EurekAlert!, 03.10.2019

Exposure to air pollution increases violent crime rates, study finds

LSE Latin America and Caribbean (blog), 03.10.2019

The pacification of Brazil’s urban margins: how police and traffickers co-produce insecurity

Matthew Aaron Richmond

EfficientGov, 04.10.2019

Meals on Wheels App Combats Elder Neglect

Sarah Sinning

The Conversation, 04.10.2019

The ethics and practicalities of dealing with prisoners who are growing old and dying in custody

Mary Turner

The Guardian, 05.10.2019

'We are hurtling towards a surveillance state’: the rise of facial recognition technology

Hannah Devlin

The Week Magazine (blog), 05.10.2019

The false promise of the lie detector

Amit Katwala

The Guardian, 06.10.2019

Shame on those who defend ‘the loving smack’ – it’s just plain violence against children

Catherine Bennett

The Diamondback, 06.10.2019

The students in yellow: What it’s like to be police auxiliary at UMD

Jeff Barnes

EurekAlert, 07.10.2019

Predicting terror activity before it happens

Northwestern University

EurekAlert, 07.10.2019

Violence linked to social isolation, hypervigilance and chronic health problems

University of Chicago Medical Center

The Conversation, 07.10.2019

Trump’s America shines bright for Europe’s radical New Right

Sylvia Taschka

EurekAlert, 08.10.2019

A simple intervention enduringly reduces anti-Muslim sentiment

University of Pennsylvania

The Conversation, 08.10.2019

Joker makes for uncomfortable viewing – it shows how society creates extremists

Maria Flood, 09.10.2019

A liberal approach to extremism is taking shape - but will the govt let it survive?

Robert Sharp, 09.10.2019

New research explores the impact of police stops on youth’s mental health

James Ives

The Guardian, 09.10.2019

Reforming the Prevent strategy won’t work. It must be abolished

Ilyas Nagdee

The Conversation, 09.10.2019

Racist abuse at football games is increasing, Home Office says – but the sport’s race problem goes much deeper

Daniel Kilvington

Newswise, 09.10.2019

Using Machine Learning to Hunt Down Cybercriminals

University of California San Diego

Verfassungsblog ON MATTERS CONSTITUTIONAL, 09.10.2019

Impeachment und Corruption

Matthias Roßbach

New York Review of Books, 10.10.2019

Inside the Deportation Courts

Madeleine Schwartz

New York Review of Books, 10.10.2019

The Highest Suicide Rate in the World

Helen Epstein

London Review of Books Vol. 41 No. 19, 10.10.2019

Document Number Nine

John Lanchester

Phys.Org, 10.10.2019

Researchers find black offenders more likely to be arrested than white offenders when committing violent crime together

Kara Irby

Boston Globe, 10.10.2019

Marijuana legalization doesn’t cause increased crime, federally funded study finds

EurekAlert, 10.10.2019

Study identifies 5 patterns of gun ownership by motivation, practices, other features

University of California - Davis Health

The Conversation, 10.10.2019

Insights from research on how to break cycle of violence against women

Marichen Van Der Westhuizen, Glynnis Dykes

The Conversation, 10.10.2019

Would you stand up to an oppressive regime or would you conform? Here’s the science

Nick Chater

Chicago Daily Herald, 11.10.2019

Cops are the most sleep-deprived workers in America. That's bad news in the suburbs, too

Charles Keeshan and Susan Sarkauskas

SPIEGEL ONLINE, 11.10.2019

Deadly Attack Exposes Lapses in German Security Apparatus

History News Network (HNN), 13.10.2019

The Original War on Terror

Eric Laursen

PsyPost, 13.10.2019

New research indicates media coverage of gun control causes a spike in gun purchases after mass shootings

Eric W. Dolan

The Guardian, 13.10.2019

Peter Handke's Nobel prize dishonours the victims of genocide

Ed Vulliamy

New York Times, 13.10.2019

12 Hours. 4 Syrian Hospitals Bombed. One Culprit: Russia.

Evan Hill and Christiaan Triebert

Psychology Today, 14.10.2019

Are Psychopaths Sexy?

Robert Burriss Ph.D.

The Conversation, 14.10.2019

AI could be a force for good – but we’re currently heading for a darker future

Marcus Tomalin, Stefanie Ullmann

Newswise (press release), 14.10.2019

To Reduce Gun Violence, Lift Roadblocks to Firearm Data

University of Washington

Just Security, 14.10.2019

The Netherlands Releases a Tour de Force on International Law in Cyberspace: Analysis

Michael Schmitt

The Independent, 15.10.2019

Online hate blamed as researchers find homophobia is increasing among young people in UK

Lizzie Dearden

The Daily Evergreen, 15.10.2019

Marijuana legalization has no effect on crime


The Conversation, 15.10.2019

Western states must repatriate IS fighters and their families before more escape Syrian camps

Kerstin Carlson

EurekAlert, 15.10.2019

Integration of refugees: Germans in east and west show similar willingness to help

University of Münster

The Guardian, 15.10.2019

Without encryption, we will lose all privacy. This is our new battleground

The Guardian, 15.10.2019

The use of AI and ‘welfare robots’ by governments around the world presents moral as well as technical challenges

The Conversation, 16.10.2019

Why the guillotine may be less cruel than execution by slow poisoning

Janine Lanza

The Hub at Johns Hopkins, 16.10.2019

The evolution of American policing, at home and abroad, in the Cold War era

Bret McCabe

Spectator, 16.10.2019

The warped world of the British Isis fugitive Tooba Gondal?

Simon Cottee

Foreign Affairs, 16.10.2019

ISIS Is Already Rising From the Ashes

Brian Katz and Michael Carpenter

Just Security, 16.10.2019

The German Constitutional Court on the Right of Self-Defense Against ISIS in Syria

Claus Kress and Benjamin Nußberger

New York Times, 16.10.2019

How Hitler Pioneered ‘Fake News’

Timothy Snyder

Columbia Journalism Review, 16.10.2019

India had its first ‘WhatsApp election.’ We have a million messages from it

Priyanjana Bengani

TIME, 17.10.2019

Here's Why Domestic Violence Kills So Many Women and Children in America

Madeleine Carlisle and Melissa Chan

The Wire (India), 17.10.2019

Mob Lynchings: What Kind of WhatsApp Users and Groups Spread Fake News?

The Conversation, 17.10.2019

A UN treaty guarantees youth rights everywhere on earth – except the United States

Jessica Taft