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

The Conversation, Monday 13 January 2020

What Islamic State speaking in an English accent tells us about the group’s strategy

Alan Greene

Sumter Item, Sunday 16 June 2019

San Francisco prosecutors turn to AI to reduce racial bias


The Verge, Friday 14 June 2019

Hundreds of active and former police officers are part of extremist Facebook groups

Nick Statt

The Conversation, Wednesday 12 June 2019

The neuroscience of terrorism: how we convinced a group of radicals to let us scan their brains

Nafees Hamid, Clara Pretus

The Pew Charitable Trusts, Monday 10 June 2019

Broad Racial and Ethnic Coalitions Prompt Policing Changes

Matt Vasilogambros Topics

The Conversation, Sunday 09 June 2019

Burkina Faso: a weakened state is paving the way for terrorism

Ismaila Kane

The Conversation, Friday 07 June 2019

Privacy concerns don’t stop people from putting their DNA on the internet to help solve crimes

Sarah Esther Lageson

The Conversation, Friday 07 June 2019

How the ‘good guy with a gun’ became a deadly American fantasy

Susanna Lee

HuffPost POLITICS, Thursday 06 June 2019

YouTube Says It’s Removing Thousands Of Extremist Videos. What Happens To Them?

Nick Robins-Early

EurekAlert, Thursday 06 June 2019

Only 2% of black Chicagoan' allegations of police misconduct were sustained

New York University

The Conversation, Wednesday 05 June 2019

Electronic monitoring bracelets are only crime deterrence tools, they can’t ‘fix’ offenders

Lacey Schaefer

EurekAlert, Wednesday 05 June 2019

Populist Eurosceptics don't gain from terrorist attacks

University of Kent

Newswise (press release), Wednesday 05 June 2019

The Foreseeable Future

University of Virginia Darden School of Business

The Conversation, Tuesday 04 June 2019

The racist roots of American policing: From slave patrols to traffic stops

Connie Hassett-Walker

The Conversation, Monday 03 June 2019

How Muslim leaders can respond in an age of extremism

Hamid Foroughi, Harry Hutson

EurekAlert, Monday 03 June 2019

Research sheds light on the importance of police trust in the public

North Carolina State University

The Conversation, Monday 03 June 2019

Hate crimes associated with both Islamophobia and anti-Semitism have a long history in America’s past

Peter Gottschalk

New York Times, Monday 03 June 2019

Thirty Years After Tiananmen: Someone Always Remembers

Ian Johnson

The New Yorker, Monday 03 June 2019

The Wild West Meets the Southern Border

Valeria Luiselli

Times of Malta, Sunday 02 June 2019

Theft, neglect, exploitation... elder abuse in institutions

Mario Garrett

The Conversation, Sunday 02 June 2019

As privacy is lost a fingerprint at a time, a biometric rebel asserts our rights

Peter Holland, Tse Leng Tham

Jacobin, Sunday 02 June 2019

“Neither Left nor Right” Helps the Far Right

David Broder

CNN, Saturday 01 June 2019

Fewer guns mean fewer killings, and we all know it

Jill Filipovic

Times Now, Saturday 01 June 2019

Sri Lanka terror attack: Tackling radicalisation professionally

Vikram Singh

Washington Post, Friday 31 May 2019

Body-cam video supported this man’s police brutality complaint. But has the technology had an effect on officers’ behavior?

Rhonda Colvin

Governing, Friday 31 May 2019

'Social Workers of Last Resort': Police Adopt New Training Techniques

Matt Vasilogambros

The Atlantic, Thursday 30 May 2019

The Collapsing Crime Rates of the ’90s Might Have Been Driven by Cellphones

Alexis C. Madrigal

MIT Technology Review, Thursday 30 May 2019

Twitter wants help deciding whether to keep white supremacists or not

Niall Firth

The Conversation, Thursday 30 May 2019

Anne Frank and the Holocaust: how death rates varied across the Netherlands under Nazi occupation

Peter Tammes