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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

New York Review of Books, Thursday 28 September 2017

Locking Up The Mentally Ill

C.E. Smith

The Conversation, Thursday 21 September 2017

The history of the persecution of Myanmar’s Rohingya

Engy Abdelkader

Macleans.ca, Thursday 21 September 2017

European leaders want online terrorism posts taken down within two hours

Jennifer Peltz

The Conversation, Thursday 21 September 2017

How geopolitics helped create the latest Rohingya crisis

Matteo Fumagalli

EurekAlert!, Thursday 21 September 2017

Strong alcohol policies help reduce alcohol-involved homicides

Boston Medical Center

EurekAlert!, Thursday 21 September 2017

IUPUI study links juveniles' views of police with likelihood of aggressive behavior

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis School of Science

Huddersfield Examiner, Wednesday 20 September 2017

Why Government's anti-terror hotline is 'intimidating'

University of Huddersfield

Atlanta Journal Constitution, Wednesday 20 September 2017

Groundbreaking study finds rigid gender stereotypes in children tied to higher depression, violence, suicide risk

Fiza Pirani

Newswise, Wednesday 20 September 2017

Surface Transportation Security – Soft Target, Hard Problem

EurekAlert!, Wednesday 20 September 2017

Criminal Justice Review examines special victim populations

Sam Houston State University

The Conversation, Wednesday 20 September 2017

Long-hidden World War II files offer another way to prosecute war crimes

Dan Plesch

The Conversation, Wednesday 20 September 2017

Smoking bans are sparking a rise in violence and disorder in UK prisons

Anna Kotova

Newsweek, Tuesday 19 September 2017

ISIS Propaganda: U.S. Is The World’s Second-Biggest Audience For Online Jihadi Campaigns

Jack Moore

CNN, Tuesday 19 September 2017

Why police shoot to kill

Chandrika Narayan

Popular Science, Tuesday 19 September 2017

Your DNA probably didn’t make you do it

Nicole Wetsman

The Conversation, Tuesday 19 September 2017

London train bombing: Why is Europe seeing so many terrorist attacks?

Richard Maher

WDAZ, Tuesday 19 September 2017

Twitter suspends accounts linked to terrorism

Scott Cook

The New Yorker, Monday 18 September 2017

The Risk of Nuclear War with North Korea

Evan Osnos

The New Yorker Annals of Psychology, Monday 18 September 2017

The Sorrow and the Shame of the Accidental Killer

Alice Gregory

The Conversation, Monday 18 September 2017

How the government can steal your stuff: 6 questions about civil asset forfeiture answered

Nora V. Demleitner

Washington Post, Monday 18 September 2017

Did the Ferguson shooting make police less proactive?

John Shjarback, Scott Decker, Scott Wolfe and David Pyrooz

EurekAlert!, Monday 18 September 2017

Gun laws requiring domestic abusers to surrender firearms could save lives

Boston University School of Medicine

EurekAlert!, Monday 18 September 2017

Reliance on 'gut feelings' linked to belief in fake news

Ohio State University

The Conversation, Monday 18 September 2017

Colombia struggles to deliver justice in army ‘cash-for-kills’ scandal

Seb Eskauriatza

EurekAlert!, Monday 18 September 2017

'My genes made me do it:' Behavioral genetic evidence in criminal court

Columbia University Medical Center

AAP News, Monday 18 September 2017

The Dilemma of Predicting Violent Radicalization

Cécile Rousseau, B. Heidi Ellis, John D. Lantos

The Conversation, Monday 18 September 2017

The enduring power of Mosul’s rich and diverse past

Stephennie Mulder