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

The Atlantic, 01.09.2018

How Trump Radicalized ICE

Franklin Foer

The Guardian, 01.09.2018

Steep rise in prison officers smuggling drugs into jails

Peter Yeung

EurekAlert!, 02.09.2018

Gun owners are more politically active, study finds

University of Kansas

LSE USAPP American Politics and Policy, 02.09.2018

Book Review: Living with Hacktivism – From Conflict to Symbiosis by Vasileios Karagiannopoulos

Psychology Today (blog), 03.09.2018

Why Are Teenagers Playing It Safe?

KU Today University of Kansas, 03.09.2018

Most people don't change their views after seeing racial disparities in police statistics, study finds

The Conversation, 04.09.2018

The new and more efficient payments system means new and more efficient payments fraud. Here’s how to prepare

Steve Worthington

The Conversation, 04.09.2018

Why there’s so much inconsistency in school shooting data

Lacey Wallace

The Washington Post, 04.09.2018

Transcript: Phone call between President Trump and journalist Bob Woodward

The Conversation, 05.09.2018

Chelsea Manning and the rise of ‘big data’ whistleblowing in the digital age

Suelette Dreyfus

Newswise, 05.09.2018

Does Neuroscience Hold the Key to Understanding the Criminal Mind?

Cornell University

EurekAlert, 05.09.2018

Sexual violence haunts women with vivid memories decades later

Youris.com, 05.09.2018

When science challenges terrorism

Anna Maria Volpe

The Marshall Project, 05.09.2018

A Police Pioneer on Her Unfinished Business

Ivonne Roman

Tablet, 05.09.2018

Standing at the Twilight of Democracy

Bernard-Henri Lévy

TheQuint, 06.09.2018

Lessons From ISIS: Using the Internet for Counter-Terrorism

Kabir Taneja

OODA Loop, 06.09.2018

The Demographics of Southeast Asian Jihadism

The Conversation, 06.09.2018

Skripal case: a sense of déjà vu that poses problems for Britain

Dan Lomas

EurekAlert, 06.09.2018

Conditional release programs often work for criminally insane

Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University

The Independent, 06.09.2018

Government plans to jail Britons entering 'designated areas' abroad for 10 years under new terror laws

Lizzie Dearden

The Conversation, 07.09.2018

Thousands of mental health professionals agree with Woodward and the New York Times op-ed author: Trump is dangerous

Bandy X. Lee

The Conversation, 07.09.2018

From our ancestors to modern leaders, all do it: the story of corruption

Asit K. Biswas, Cecilia Tortajada

Australian Ageing Agenda, 07.09.2018

AMA position statement targets elder abuse

Judy Skatssoon

New York Times, 07.09.2018

As Germans Seek News, YouTube Delivers Far-Right Tirades

Max Fisher and Katrin Bennhold

SPIEGEL ONLINE, 07.09.2018

The Hate Net­work

MCV, 07.09.2018

£4.5m project creates game to reduce levels of domestic violence

Ian Dransfield

The Atlantic, 09.09.2018

Can Facebook Really Drive Violence?

Simon Cottee

The Conversation, 10.09.2018

Warfare spurred on the welfare state in the 20th century – but it probably won’t in future

Peter Starke

EurekAlert, 10.09.2018

The universality of shame

theguardian.com, 10.09.2018

Policing is on brink of crisis, says head of senior officers' body

ABA Journal, 10.09.2018

'The Stanford Prison Experiment' reminds us that fear of incarceration is justified

Adam Banner

McClatchy Washington Bureau, 10.09.2018

The hidden key to the midterms: the police vote

Daniel Malloy

The Conversation, 11.09.2018

‘Treason’ is now a popular word – here’s what it really means

Robert A. Sedler

The Conversation, 11.09.2018

Why al-Qaida is still strong 17 years after 9/11

Tricia Bacon

EurekAlert, 11.09.2018

Researchers are developing AI which will alert on possible criminal activity

EurekAlert, 11.09.2018

A model to predict and quantify racism, sexism, and other unequal treatment

Phys.Org, 11.09.2018

Good cop, bad cop?

Hilary Hurd Anyaso

The Atlantic, 11.09.2018

Amber Guyger Fallout: How Common Is Police Crime?

Philip M. Stinson

The Conversation, 11.09.2018

Fear of police stop and search can deter opioid users from carrying anti-overdose kits

Andrew McAuley, Liz Aston

The Conversation, 11.09.2018

Police killings of 3 black men left a mark on Detroit’s history more than 50 years ago

Jeffrey Horner

Pacific Standard, 11.09.2018

What Happens When a Black Man Tries to Embrace White Gun Culture

Peter C. Baker

Corpus Christi Caller-Times, 11.09.2018

Illegal immigration does not lead to more crime

Alex R. Piquero

The Conversation, 12.09.2018

In defence of conspiracy theories (and why the term is a misnomer)

David Coady

Gothamist, 12.09.2018

Subway Policing In New York City Still Has A Race Problem

Anna Flagg and Ashley Nerbovig

Phys.Org, 12.09.2018

New research can identify extremists online, even before they post dangerous content

Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences

New York Times, 12.09.2018

ISIS Attacks in West Drop Sharply, but Threat Remains High

Rukmini Callimachi

The Crime Report, 12.09.2018

Exporting Murder: US Deportations and the Spread of Violence

Christian Ambrosius and David Leblang

BBC News, 13.09.2018

Reality Check: Are migrants driving crime in Germany?

The New Yorker, 13.09.2018

A Pussy Riot Activist Is the Victim of the Latest Apparent Poisoning in Russia

Masha Gessen

Phys.Org, 14.09.2018

Study confirms adopting truth commissions and justice measures in post-authoritarian regimes lowers homicide rates

Colleen Sharkey

The Independent, 14.09.2018

Elected police and crime commissioners can be 'absolutely bleeding hopeless', report told

Lizzie Dearden

Bellingcat, 14.09.2018

Skripal Poisoning Suspect’s Passport Data Shows Link to Security Services

Bellingcat Investigation Team

New York Times, 15.09.2018

How a Ukrainian Hairdresser Became a Front for Paul Manafort

Andrew E. Kramer

Dallas Morning News, 15.09.2018

Believe the data: More immigration does not lead to more crime

Alex R. Piquero

theguardian.com, 15.09.2018

Russia is mocking us. First the Salisbury attack, then information warfare. Time to wake up

Carole Cadwalladr

The Conversation, 16.09.2018

Big Tech is overselling AI as the solution to online extremism

Kyle Matthews, Nicolai Pogadl

Science Daily, 16.09.2018

Hate speech-detecting AIs are fools for 'love'

Aalto University

The Conversation, 17.09.2018

There’s a gap between what people expect when they report cybercrime, and what police can deliver

Cassandra Cross

EurekAlert, 17.09.2018

Witnessing violence in high school as bad as being bullied

University of Montreal

The Conversation, 17.09.2018

Are today’s white kids less racist than their grandparents?

Margaret Hagerman

The Inquisitr, 18.09.2018

Stop And Search Policing Increases Crime: Report

Ryan Mallett Outtrim

theguardian.com, 18.09.2018

YouTube's 'alternative influence network' breeds rightwing radicalisation, report finds

Olivia Solon

The Conversation, 18.09.2018

Legalising medical marijuana shows no effect on crime rates in US states

Yu-Wei Luke Chu

EurekAlert, 18.09.2018

Anxiety surrounding mass shootings briefly closes ideological divides

University of Kansas

The Atlantic, 18.09.2018

ISIS Is Poised to Make a Comeback in Syria

Hassan Hassan

The Baffler No. 41, 18.09.2018

Demons of Disaster

Rafia Zakaria

Wall Street Journal, 18.09.2018

The Cyberthreats That Most Worry Election Officials

Alexa Corse

Verfassungsblog ON MATTERS CONSTITUTIONAL, 18.09.2018

Big Brother Watch and others v. the United Kingdom: A Victory of Human Rights over Modern Digital Surveillance?

Maria Tzanou

The Conversation, 19.09.2018

Strawberry sabotage: what are copycat crimes and who commits them?

Claire Ferguson

Newswise, 19.09.2018

Crime, not money, drives migration from El Salvador and Honduras

Vanderbilt University

Brookings, 19.09.2018

Managing the new threat landscape

Bruce Jones, Charles T. Call, Daniel Toubolets, and Jason Fritz

The Washington Post, 19.09.2018

Politicians blame refugees for violence. But refugees are more likely to be its victims.

Tobias Böhmel, Vincenzo Bove and Kristian Skrede Gleditsch

New York Times, 19.09.2018

New York Review of Books Editor Is Out Amid Uproar Over #MeToo Essay

Cara Buckley

Eyewitness, 19.09.2018

What we can learn from Isis about using the internet to counter terrorism

World Economic Forum

New York Times, 20.09.2018

Caliphate: Chapter 2: Recruitment

Just Security, 20.09.2018

From Sweeping Punishment to Real Justice in Countering Terrorism

Cale Salih

Yahoo News UK, 21.09.2018

Britain to create 2,000-strong cyber force to tackle Russia threat

Deborah Haynes