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Todays crime related press reports collected by Prof. Thomas Görgen, German Police University

The Atlantic, 01.09.2017

How America Lost Its Mind

Kurt Andersen

The Conversation, 01.09.2017

Anger, aggression and violence: it matters that we know the difference

Chanelle Tarabay, Wayne Warburton

EurekAlert!, 01.09.2017

UC researcher looks at Trump's waterboarding boasts -- do they matter?

Newsweek, 01.09.2017

Jihad in Jamaica: How a Radical Cleric's Arrest Reveals A Link Between ISIS and the Caribbean

Jack Moore

National Law Journal, 01.09.2017

3 Things to Know About the Trump Lawyers’ Memos to Mueller

Cogan Schneier

Eurozine, 01.09.2017

A pre-history of post-truth, East and West

Marci Shore

The People’s Vanguard of Davis, 03.09.2017

Police Militarization Endangers Public Safety

Neill Franklin

The Conversation, 04.09.2017

Caught between police and gangs, Rio de Janeiro residents are dying in the line of fire

Robert Muggah

Newsweek, 04.09.2017

Women and Children Taking Up Arms for ISIS in Marawi, Philippine Army Says

Jack Moore

EurekAlert!, 05.09.2017

Oregon's marijuana legalization prompted big drop in sales in Washington's border counties

The Conversation, 05.09.2017

Research shows smacking makes children more aggressive and at risk of mental health problems

Raymond Arthur

The Conversation, 05.09.2017

English riots 2011: new research shows why crowd behaviour isn’t contagious

John Drury

EurekAlert!, 05.09.2017

Contributions to veterans in the US criminal justice system identified

The Conversation, 05.09.2017

It’s too hard to get the data of Australian criminals when it’s stored overseas

Dan Jerker B. Svantesson, 05.09.2017

Take away Aung San Suu Kyi’s Nobel peace prize. She no longer deserves it

George Monbiot

The Conversation, 06.09.2017

Poisoned water holes: the legal dangers of dark web policing

Ian Warren, Adam Molnar, Monique Mann

EurekAlert!, 06.09.2017

More stringent rape laws reduce chances a country will face civil war, study finds

EurekAlert!, 06.09.2017

Sleep may help eyewitnesses from choosing innocent suspects

The Conversation, 06.09.2017

National Action: what I discovered about the ideology of Britain’s violent neo-Nazi youth movement

Chris Allen

London Review of Books Vol. 39 No. 17, 07.09.2017

The Saudi Trillions

Malise Ruthven

The Conversation, 07.09.2017

Police want to read encrypted messages, but they already have significant power to access our data

Michael Wilson, Monique Mann

EurekAlert!, 07.09.2017

New facial recognition findings could help develop new treatments for conduct disorder

EurekAlert!, 07.09.2017

Big data may amplify existing police surveillance practices, study shows

Information Age, 07.09.2017

Big data in the UK Police Force

Phys.Org, 07.09.2017

Big data may amplify existing police surveillance practices, study shows

The New Republic, 07.09.2017

“Antifa Isn’t A Hobby Or A Fad”: A Q&A With Mark Bray

Sarah Jones

Boing Boing, 08.09.2017

Case study of LAPD and Palantir's predictive policing tool: same corruption; new, empirical respectability

The Conversation, 08.09.2017

How to help offenders on probation who are at high risk of suicide

Jay-Marie Mackenzie

The Conversation, 08.09.2017

Why social media apps should be in your disaster kit

Daniel P. Aldrich, Courtney M. Page

The Conversation, 08.09.2017

Inside view: prison crisis will continue until we hear inmates’ stories

Victoria Anderson

The New Yorker, 08.09.2017

Weathering a Hurricane in Prison

Daniel A. Gross

Washington Post, 08.09.2017

The case for Trump-Russia collusion: We’re getting very, very close

Anne Applebaum, 08.09.2017

Why do big hacks happen? Blame Big Data

Jathan Sadowski

Newsweek, 08.09.2017

Hurricane Irma: ISIS and Al-Qaeda Supporters Celebrate Havoc In Florida And The Caribbean

Jack Moore

The Conversation, 08.09.2017

A new way to reduce playground bullying

Michelle Superle

The Conversation, 08.09.2017

Why Spike Lee’s 25th Hour is the most enduring film about 9/11

Arin Keeble

Newsweek, 09.09.2017

ISIS Supporters Call For Poisoning of Food in Grocery Stores Across U.S. and Europe

Jack Moore

Stratfor Worldview, 10.09.2017

Georgia Tackles the Thorny Problem of Radicalization

Onnik James Krikorian

The New Yorker A Reporter at Large, 11.09.2017

The Trials of a Muslim Cop

Rachel Aviv

The Conversation, 11.09.2017

9/11 anniversary: Understanding extremist motives could stop further violence

André Gagné

The Conversation, 11.09.2017

Why al-Qaida is still strong 16 years after 9/11

Tricia Bacon

The Conversation, 11.09.2017

Ceuta and Melilla: the Spanish enclaves at the centre of the fight against terrorism

Drew Mikhael

The Conversation, 11.09.2017

Are residents better off under the Sydney ‘lockout laws’?

Shiko Maruyama

The Conversation, 11.09.2017

Inside Emmanuel Macron’s draconian anti-terrorism law

Fraser McQueen

The Conversation, 11.09.2017

Trafficked to grow cannabis: Vietnamese migrants are being exploited in Britain

Daniel Silverstone

BBC news, 11.09.2017

The young paedophiles who say they don’t abuse children

Catherine Burns

Haaretz, 11.09.2017

Terror Was Al Qaeda's Goal on 9/11. For ISIS, It's the Apocalypse

Torkel Brekke and Ori Goldberg

My Panhandle, 11.09.2017

Is this the future of policing?


New York Times, 11.09.2017

Equifax’s Maddening Unaccountability

Zeynep Tufekci, 12.09.2017

Inside the first database that tracks America’s criminal cops

Isabella McKinley Corbo and Tess Owen

Quartz, 12.09.2017

Crime pays—around $900 a week

W. Harry Fortuna

The Conversation, 12.09.2017

Could computer vaccines start a new approach to preventing cyber-attacks?

Paul Levy

The Nation, 12.09.2017

On White Identity Politics and American Terrorism

Kai Wright

The Hill, 12.09.2017

Stop jailing those accused of low-level, non violent crimes before trial

Ron Davis

Eurasia Review, 12.09.2017

How Much Policing Do We Really Need? – OpEd

Tate Fegley

The Conversation, 12.09.2017

Protecting children from abuse in organisations needs leadership and cultural change

Daryl Higgins

EurekAlert!, 13.09.2017

Offhand comments can expose underlying racism, UW study finds

University of Washington

EurekAlert!, 13.09.2017

Are we missing the warning signs to prevent lone terrorist attacks?

The Crime Report, 13.09.2017

Criminologist Issues Database on Crimes by Police

Los Angeles Loyolan, 13.09.2017

A different reflection on 9/11 after 16 years

Samantha Davis

Pacific Standard, 13.09.2017

Four Good Reasons You Should Be Skeptical of the Claim That Biology Explains Inequality

Michael White

The Conversation, 13.09.2017

Machine gaydar: AI is reinforcing stereotypes that liberal societies are trying to get rid of

Ansgar Koene

New York Times online, 13.09.2017

Chelsea Manning: The Dystopia We Signed Up For


The New York Times, 13.09.2017

RT, Sputnik and Russia’s New Theory of War


The Conversation, 14.09.2017

Legal weed: What your kids really need to know

Geraint Osborne

The Straits Times, 14.09.2017

What a woman learnt from interviewing 100 convicted rapists in India

Vidhi Doshi, 14.09.2017

The right’s terrorism problem

Scott Gilmore

The Conversation, 14.09.2017

Scotland’s police force in crisis

Nick McKerrell

EurekAlert!, 14.09.2017

Islamophobia represents a form of racism mixed with cultural intolerance

Bristol Post, 14.09.2017

St Paul's riot DID spark 1981 race riots across Britain, as researchers find 'direct connection'

St Paul's riot DID spark 1981 race riots across Britain, as researchers find 'direct connection', 14.09.2017

From prison to Ph.D.: The redemption and rejection of Michelle Jones


The Conversation, 14.09.2017

How our unconscious minds are prejudiced against benefit claimants

Robert de Vries

ProPublica, 14.09.2017

Facebook Enabled Advertisers to Reach ‘Jew Haters’

Julia Angwin, Madeleine Varner and Ariana Tobin

The Guardian, 14.09.2017

Making war illegal changed the world. But it’s becoming too easy to break the law

Oona A Hathaway and Scott J Shapiro

EurekAlert!, 15.09.2017

Immigrant parents report fewer adverse childhood experiences than US-born parents

The Conversation, 15.09.2017

Face ID and iOS 11: a few lingering security questions about the new iPhone X

Wencheng Yang, Guanglou Zheng

The Conversation, 15.09.2017

Using AI to determine queer sexuality is misconceived and dangerous

Alex Sharpe, Senthorun Raj

The Conversation, 15.09.2017

Processing centres in North Africa are not the answer for EU refugees

Azadeh Dastyari

The Conversation, 15.09.2017

Can taking down websites really stop terrorists and hate groups?

Thomas Holt, Joshua D. Freilich, Steven Chermak

Project Syndicate, 15.09.2017

Germany’s Anti-Populist Exceptionalism

Michael Bröning

The Conversation, 15.09.2017

What’s the best way to integrate immigrants? Reward effort and don’t make their lives difficult

Sergi Pardos-Prado

The Conversation, 15.09.2017

Merkel and Schulz must face up to Germany’s blind spot on corporate corruption

Daniel Hough

Le Monde diplomatique, 15.09.2017

On burning books but not ideas

Ariel Dorfman

The Conversation, 15.09.2017

Rohingya crisis: this is what genocide looks like

Alicia de la Cour Venning

The Conversation, 16.09.2017

Parsons Green: how police hunt attackers at large

Hervé Borrion, Kartikeya Tripathi

The New Yorker, 18.09.2017

The Risk of Nuclear War with North Korea

Evan Osnos

The New Yorker Annals of Psychology, 18.09.2017

The Sorrow and the Shame of the Accidental Killer

Alice Gregory

The Conversation, 18.09.2017

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

Nora V. Demleitner

Washington Post, 18.09.2017

Did the Ferguson shooting make police less proactive?

John Shjarback, Scott Decker, Scott Wolfe and David Pyrooz

EurekAlert!, 18.09.2017

Gun laws requiring domestic abusers to surrender firearms could save lives

Boston University School of Medicine

EurekAlert!, 18.09.2017

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

Ohio State University

The Conversation, 18.09.2017

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

Seb Eskauriatza

EurekAlert!, 18.09.2017

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

Columbia University Medical Center

Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), 18.09.2017

Making Sense of Sexual War Violence

AAP News, 18.09.2017

The Dilemma of Predicting Violent Radicalization

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

The Conversation, 18.09.2017

The enduring power of Mosul’s rich and diverse past

Stephennie Mulder

Newsweek, 19.09.2017

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

Jack Moore

CNN, 19.09.2017

Why police shoot to kill

Chandrika Narayan

Popular Science, 19.09.2017

Your DNA probably didn’t make you do it

Nicole Wetsman

The Conversation, 19.09.2017

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

Richard Maher

WDAZ, 19.09.2017

Twitter suspends accounts linked to terrorism

Scott Cook

Huddersfield Examiner, 20.09.2017

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

University of Huddersfield

Atlanta Journal Constitution, 20.09.2017

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

Fiza Pirani

Newswise, 20.09.2017

Surface Transportation Security – Soft Target, Hard Problem

EurekAlert!, 20.09.2017

Criminal Justice Review examines special victim populations

Sam Houston State University

The Conversation, 20.09.2017

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

Dan Plesch

The Conversation, 20.09.2017

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

Anna Kotova

The Conversation, 21.09.2017

The history of the persecution of Myanmar’s Rohingya

Engy Abdelkader, 21.09.2017

European leaders want online terrorism posts taken down within two hours

Jennifer Peltz

The Conversation, 21.09.2017

How geopolitics helped create the latest Rohingya crisis

Matteo Fumagalli

EurekAlert!, 21.09.2017

Strong alcohol policies help reduce alcohol-involved homicides

Boston Medical Center

EurekAlert!, 21.09.2017

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

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis School of Science