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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 Conversation, Sunday 28 October 2018

Cryptocurrencies, blockchains and their dark side: 4 essential reads

Bryan Keogh, Jeff Inglis, Nicole Zelniker

The Conversation, Sunday 28 October 2018

Is a polygraph a reliable lie detector?

Jessica Gabel Cino

London Review of Books Vol. 40 No. 20, Thursday 25 October 2018

Ten Typical Days in Trump’s America

Eliot Weinberger

New York Review of Books, Thursday 25 October 2018

The Suffocation of Democracy

Christopher R. Browning

The Conversation, Wednesday 17 October 2018

The Violence Against Women Act is unlikely to reduce intimate partner violence – here’s why

Leigh Goodmark

EurekAlert, Tuesday 16 October 2018

'Terrorism does not terrorize' claims new study

University of Bath

The New Yorker, Monday 15 October 2018

Was There a Connection Between a Russian Bank and the Trump Campaign?

Dexter Filkins

EurekAlert, Monday 15 October 2018

National bans on slapping children linked to less youth violence

theguardian.com, Monday 15 October 2018

'I don't see any reason for feminism': the women backing Brazil's Bolsonaro

Anna Jean Kaiser

New York Review of Books, Thursday 11 October 2018

Male Trouble

Arlie Russell Hochschild

The Atlantic, Wednesday 10 October 2018

A Warning From Europe: The Worst Is Yet to Come

Anne Applebaum

Forbes, Wednesday 10 October 2018

What Can We Do About Foreign Fighters Returning From Islamic State?

Nikita Malik

Cordis News, Wednesday 10 October 2018

When the remedy is worse than the disease

Just Security, Wednesday 10 October 2018

Current Global CVE Agenda Is a Mixed Bag, But Don’t Throw It Out

Eric Rosand and Emily Winterbotham

European Eye on Radicalization, Wednesday 10 October 2018

The Bitter Social Roots of Terror – The Case of Abdelkader Merah

ScienceNordic, Wednesday 10 October 2018

Measuring the risk of radicalisation – is it really possible?

Ane Teksum Isbrekken

BBC News, Wednesday 10 October 2018

'The head injury that made me commit a crime'

Stephen Menon

Australia-Israel Jewish Affairs Council, Tuesday 09 October 2018

Biblio File: The Psychology of a Human Bomb

Abigail Esman

EurekAlert, Tuesday 09 October 2018

Never forget a face? Research suggests people know an average of 5,000 faces

University of York

EurekAlert, Tuesday 09 October 2018

Study uncovers 'sextortion' prevalence in teens

EurekAlert, Tuesday 09 October 2018

Downward mobility link to violent crime and self-harm

University of Manchester

The Conversation, Tuesday 09 October 2018

Mobile apps might make you feel better about travelling alone, but they won’t necessarily make you safer

Anastasia Powell

The Conversation, Tuesday 09 October 2018

Migration: new map of Europe reveals real frontiers for refugees

Martina Tazzioli

The Conversation, Tuesday 09 October 2018

Proposed police super-database breaks the law and has no legal basis – but the Home Office doesn’t care

Matthew White

Psychology Today (blog), Monday 08 October 2018

The Overhyped Data on Video Games and Aggression

Christopher J Ferguson

EurekAlert, Monday 08 October 2018

UToledo study details link between social media and sex trafficking

University of Toledo

Washington Post, Monday 08 October 2018

Trump says Chicago police should use ‘stop and frisk’ tactics to curb shootings

Philip Rucker

InSight Crime, Monday 08 October 2018

Can Community Policing Help Tackle Organized Crime in Mexico?

Anna Grace

BBC News, Monday 08 October 2018

Laser technique can identify suspicious white powders

Kenneth Macdonald