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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

EurekAlert!, Tuesday 10 July 2018

What is the role of the physician when a patient discloses intimate partner violence perpetration?

Boston University School of Medicine

EurekAlert!, Tuesday 10 July 2018

Male couples report as much domestic violence as straight couples

University of Michigan

The Atlantic, Tuesday 10 July 2018

The Linguist Who Helps Police Catch Child Predators

Chris Stokel-Walker

The Conversation, Monday 09 July 2018

How imagery and media coverage influence our empathy for strangers

Dan Crimston

EurekAlert!, Monday 09 July 2018

Lifetime sentence: Incarcerated parents impact youth behavior

Ann & Robert H. Lurie

The Crime Report, Monday 09 July 2018

Thinking Outside the Cell: Software Cuts Recidivism Among Texas’ Mentally Ill

Laura Binczewski

The Times, Monday 09 July 2018

Facial recognition software stumped by clown make-up

Mark Bridge

Cleveland Scene, Monday 09 July 2018

Cleveland Neighborhoods 'Redlined' in the 1930s Are the Same Ones Dealing With Lead, Sexual Assault, Poverty and Poor Internet Issues Today

BJ Colangelo

theguardian.com, Monday 09 July 2018

UK police chiefs urged to adopt harassment of women as hate crime

Libby Brooks

Pacific Standard, Monday 09 July 2018

Passionate Sports Fans Are More Likely to Endorse Right-Wing Policies

Tom Jacobs

LobeLog, Saturday 07 July 2018

Reporting Hate Crimes: The Arab American Experience

James J. Zogby

The Guardian, Saturday 07 July 2018

'I was shocked it was so easy': meet the professor who says facial recognition can tell if you're gay

Paul Lewis

Psychology Today Canada, Friday 06 July 2018

Why Social Media Makes Us Angrier—and More Extreme

Sophia Moskalenko Ph.D.

The Conversation, Friday 06 July 2018

Islamic State has survived 100,000 bombs and missiles and is still active

Paul Rogers

The Conversation, Friday 06 July 2018

How Novichok is different from radioactive poisons – and what this means for decontamination

Robert Chilcott

Eurozine, Friday 06 July 2018

Questioning diversity

David Goodhart Christian Kjelstrup

The Conversation, Thursday 05 July 2018

Why the UK needs a separate justice system for people with mental illness

Karen A Snedker

The Conversation, Thursday 05 July 2018

Is gang activity on the rise? A movement to abolish gang databases makes it hard to tell

David Pyrooz, James Densley

EurekAlert!, Thursday 05 July 2018

Data-sharing website may speed the response to new illegal drugs

National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

The Guardian, Thursday 05 July 2018

'Predatory police': the high price of driving while black in Missouri

Jamiles Lartey

Griffith News, Thursday 05 July 2018

Study explores lives of women killed by partners

Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, Thursday 05 July 2018

Everyone Studying Juvenile Justice Must Read This Important Book

Judge Steven Teske

The Coloradoan, Thursday 05 July 2018

Donald Trump is using crime victims to drive his immigration agenda. That's the kind of leader he is.

EJ Montini Arizona Republic

NPR, Wednesday 04 July 2018

The Other Victims: First Responders To Violent Disasters Often Suffer Alone

Heidi de Marco

NPR, Wednesday 04 July 2018

The Other Victims: First Responders To Violent Disasters Often Suffer Alone

Heidi de Marco

The Globe and Mail, Wednesday 04 July 2018

What Toronto can learn from New York about fighting violent crime

Marcus Gee

CNN, Wednesday 04 July 2018

What Toronto can learn from New York about fighting violent crime

Marcus Gee

CNN, Wednesday 04 July 2018

Quick physical intervention stopped violent intentions; could it stop violence?

Jen Christensen

The Conversation, Tuesday 03 July 2018

Another day, another data breach – what to do when it happens to you

Cassandra Cross Senior Lecturer in Criminology, Queensland University of Technology