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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

SPIEGEL ONLINE, Friday 23 March 2018

A Soviet Nerve Agent Triggers a New Cold War

The Conversation, Thursday 22 March 2018

School resource officers can prevent tragedies, but training is key

Elizabeth Englander

Newswise, Thursday 22 March 2018

Breakthrough Test Detects Heroin and Cocaine From a Fingerprint

American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC)

EurekAlert!, Thursday 22 March 2018

Care home admissions risk breaching human rights of older people

University of East Anglia

CityLab, Thursday 22 March 2018

Forget Broken Windows: Think 'Busy Streets'

Marc A Zimmerman

Refinery29, Thursday 22 March 2018

The Austin Bombing Suspect Isn't A Victim. The Media Needs To Stop Covering Him Like He Is.

Ashley Alese Edwards

The Conversation, Thursday 22 March 2018

Want to fight crime? Plant some flowers with your neighbor

Marc A Zimmerman

The Conversation, Thursday 22 March 2018

Five controversial interrogation techniques still not judged as torture in missed opportunity for human rights

Samantha Newbery

TIME, Thursday 22 March 2018

6 Real Ways We Can Reduce Gun Violence in America

Sean Gregory and Chris Wilson

The Conversation, Wednesday 21 March 2018

Confronting hate speech with the geography of freedom

Simon Springer

The Conversation, Wednesday 21 March 2018

Threat assessments crucial to prevent school shootings

Dewey Cornell

Washington Post, Wednesday 21 March 2018

Austin bombing suspect Mark Conditt des after blowing himself up, police say

Kristine Phillips, Mark Berman, Meagan Flynn and Eva Ruth Moravec

SPIEGEL ONLINE, Wednesday 21 March 2018

The Ghosts of Islamic State

Christoph Reuter

The New Republic, Wednesday 21 March 2018

The Trump Administration’s Death Penalty Daydream

Matt Ford

The Conversation, Tuesday 20 March 2018

We won’t stop lone-actor attacks until we understand violence against women

Jude McCulloch, JaneMaree Maher, Kate Fitz-Gibbon, Sandra Walklate

The Conversation, Tuesday 20 March 2018

MS-13 is a street gang, not a drug cartel – and the difference matters

Steven S. Dudley

The Conversation, Tuesday 20 March 2018

Zero civilian casualties: why the face of Western war gives us a false idea of conflict

Sten Rynning

The Daily Pennsylvanian, Tuesday 20 March 2018

Penn study shows increase in assault rates for cities that held Trump presidential rallies

Bernie Rodgers

The Atlantic, Tuesday 20 March 2018

The Refugee Detectives

Greame Wood

EurekAlert!, Tuesday 20 March 2018

Child sex abuse much greater than believed with more women committing offenses

University of Huddersfield, Tuesday 20 March 2018

'Utterly horrifying': ex-Facebook insider says covert data harvesting was routine

Paul Lewis

The Conversation, Tuesday 20 March 2018

How young children can develop racial biases – and what that means

Nathalia Gjersoe

The New Yorker, Monday 19 March 2018

Reddit and the Struggle to Detoxify the Internet

Andrew Marantz, Monday 19 March 2018

Beyond the Godfather

Margherita Sforza

Christian Science Monitor, Monday 19 March 2018

How treating gun violence as public-health issue could help children

Stacy Teicher Khadaroo

Psychology Today (blog), Monday 19 March 2018

Science Sheds Light on Risk Factors for Youth Violence

Brad J. Bushman and Sarah M. Coyne

Iowa State University News Service, Monday 19 March 2018

Psychologists: Risk factors for youth violence should guide policy in response to mass shootings

WBAA, Monday 19 March 2018

IUPUI Study Addresses Racial Bias Concerns In Predictive Policing

Becca Costello