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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

The Atlantic, Saturday 01 September 2018

How Trump Radicalized ICE

Franklin Foer

The Conversation, Monday 27 August 2018

Charlottesville: A step in our long arc toward justice

Derek W. Black

New York Review of Books, Thursday 16 August 2018

The ‘Witch Hunters’

Tim Weiner

The Conversation, Thursday 16 August 2018

The darknet is not a hellhole, it’s an answer to internet privacy

Andreas Zaunseder

The Conversation, Thursday 16 August 2018

I went from prison to professor – here’s why criminal records should not be used to keep people out of college

Stanley Andrisse

The Intercept, Thursday 16 August 2018

Bad Chicago Cops Spread Their Misconduct Like a Disease

Rob Arthur

Christian Science Monitor, Thursday 16 August 2018

Teaching police to holster their emotions

Martin Kuz

The Guardian, Thursday 16 August 2018

British police chiefs pledge to fight sexual harassment in forces

Medical Xpress, Thursday 16 August 2018

Individuals shot by police exhibit distinct patterns of recent prior hospitalizations and arrests

The Conversation, Wednesday 15 August 2018

Why war evolved to be a man’s game – and why that’s only now changing

Alberto Micheletti

Newswise, Wednesday 15 August 2018

Prenatal exposure to violence leads to increased toddler aggression toward mothers, study finds

University of Notre Dame

The Conversation, Wednesday 15 August 2018

Suspects confess to crimes they didn’t commit – here’s why

Faye Skelton

Crime Report, Wednesday 15 August 2018

How Neuroscience is Reforming Criminal Justice

Dane Stallone

The Conversation, Wednesday 15 August 2018

Cameras can catch cars that run red lights, but that doesn’t make streets safer

Justin Gallagher

Newswise, Wednesday 15 August 2018

Common WiFi Can Detect Weapons, Bombs and Chemicals in Bags

Rutgers University-New Brunswick

The New Republic, Wednesday 15 August 2018

What France Means When It Talks About ‘Anti-Semitism’

Karina Piser

Crime Report, Wednesday 15 August 2018

Can Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Help Juvenile Offenders?

Laura Binczewski

New York Times, Wednesday 15 August 2018

Why the Explosive Report on Catholic Church Abuse Is Unlikely to Yield Criminal Charges

Dan Levin

NPR, Wednesday 15 August 2018

How To Get Women To Trust The Police? 'Gender' Desks

Rebecca Grant

EurekAlert, Tuesday 14 August 2018

Deaths from resident-to-resident incidents in dementia offers insights to inform policy

University of Minnesota

The Marshall Project, Tuesday 14 August 2018

A Dangerous Brain

Andrew R. Calderon

InsideSources, Tuesday 14 August 2018

Should an Algorithm Determine Whether a Criminal Gets Bail?

Kate Patrick

The Columbian, Tuesday 14 August 2018

Youths in Sweden torch 100-plus cars

Siobhán O’Grady

Medical Bag, Tuesday 14 August 2018

Is Using Genealogy Data to Solve Crimes Taking DNA Analysis a Step Too Far?

Courthouse News Service, Tuesday 14 August 2018

LAPD Officials Promise Review of Tech-Based Policing Methods

MARTIN MACIAS JR, Tuesday 14 August 2018

Analyzing and Preventing Unconscious Bias in Machine Learning

Srini Penchikala

The Independent, Monday 13 August 2018

Police forces are ‘failing the public’ due to cuts, Police Federation chief warns

Lizzie Dearden

The Conversation, Monday 13 August 2018

People with dementia and financial abuse – the warning signs and how to avoid it

Clarissa Giebel

Newswise, Monday 13 August 2018

Are U.S. Cities Getting More or Less Violent? New Database Offers Mixed, But Optimistic, Picture

New York University