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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, Saturday 30 June 2018

More than just money: getting caught in a romance scam could cost you your life

Cassandra Cross

The Independent, Wednesday 20 June 2018

Malmö shooting: Three dead in Swedish drive-by gun attack

Shehab Khan

The Conversation, Tuesday 19 June 2018

Trump’s war on children is an act of state terrorism

Henry Giroux Chaired professor for Scholarship in the Public Interest in the Department of English and Cultural Studies, McMaster University

Jerusalem Post June, Tuesday 19 June 2018

The decreasing effectiveness of Hamas terrorism

Hillel Frisch

The Independent, Tuesday 19 June 2018

Separating kids from parents at the border mirrors a 'textbook strategy' of domestic abuse, experts say

Kevin Loria

The New Yorker, Tuesday 19 June 2018

Trump’s Cruelty and the Crying Children at the Border

David Remnick

The Conversation, Tuesday 19 June 2018

Boris Becker: can the sports star really claim diplomatic immunity to avoid his debts? A lawyer investigates

Helga Hejny Lecturer in Law, Anglia Ruskin University

The Conversation, Tuesday 19 June 2018

Cannabis: how British laws around the drug have evolved

Alex Stevens Professor in Criminal Justice and Faculty Director of Public Engagement, University of Kent

The New Yorker, Monday 18 June 2018

Why Do We Care So Much About Privacy?

Louis Menand

The Conversation, Monday 18 June 2018

To design safer parks for women, city planners must listen to their stories

Nicole Kalms Director of XYX Lab + Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture at Monash University, Monash University

New York Times, Monday 18 June 2018

Are Women Responsible for Their Own Safety? Australians Point Fingers After Comedian’s Rape and Murder

Adam Baidawi

EurekAlert, Monday 18 June 2018

Violence against women significantly more likely after high-risk sex

The Conversation, Monday 18 June 2018

US communities can suffer long-term consequences after immigration raids

Elizabeth Oglesby Associate Professor of Latin American Studies and Geography, University of Arizona

Harvard Magazine, Monday 18 June 2018

Writing Crime into Race

Lydialyle Gibson

The Conversation, Sunday 17 June 2018

Greer is right to say rape law has failings, but wrong to suggest its decriminalisation

Kate Galloway Associate Professor of Law, Bond University

The Conversation, Sunday 17 June 2018

Technology is both a weapon and a shield for those experiencing domestic violence

Hadeel Al-Alosi Lecturer, School of Law, Western Sydney University

The Conversation, Sunday 17 June 2018

Face-to-face, humans are not good at violence’: Randall Collins in conversation with Michel Wieviorka

Michel Wieviorka Sociologue, Président de la FMSH, Fondation Maison des Sciences de l'Homme (FMSH) – USPC

The Globe and Mail, Sunday 17 June 2018

How new software to recover laptop data helped police investigate Quebec mosque shooter’s motives, techniques

Stephanie Marin

The Conversation, Friday 15 June 2018

Violent crime against older people is at record levels — here’s why

Hannah Bows Assistant Professor in Criminal Law, Durham University

The Conversation, Friday 15 June 2018

The eye in the sky that can spot illegal rubbish dumps from space

Ray Purdy Senior Research Fellow in Law, University of Oxford

The Conversation, Friday 15 June 2018

The secret information hidden in your hair

Richard Paul Principal Academic in Biological Chemistry, Bournemouth University

The Conversation, Thursday 14 June 2018

Why electronic surveillance monitoring may not reduce youth crime

Darren Palmer Associate professor, Deakin University

Horizon magazine, Thursday 14 June 2018

Why don’t most people become radicalised?

EurekAlert, Thursday 14 June 2018

Social rejection is painful and can lead to violence. Mindfulness may provide a solution.

Virginia Commonwealth University

EurekAlert!, Thursday 14 June 2018

System allows surveillance cameras to 'talk' to the public through individual smartphones

Purdue University

The Colorado Independent, Wednesday 13 June 2018

New data collection program will test bias in Denver policing

Alex Burness

Washington Post, Wednesday 13 June 2018

How emoji can kill: As gangs move online, social media fuel violence

William Wan

The Conversation, Wednesday 13 June 2018

How organised crime affects the most vulnerable communities

NIall Hamilton-Smith Senior Lecturer, University of Stirling