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

Mother Jones, 01.11.2017

Rigged: How Voter Suppression Threw Wisconsin to Trump

Ari Berman

The Atlantic, 01.11.2017

What America Taught the Nazis

Ira Katznelson

The Conversation, 01.11.2017

What draws ‘lone wolves’ to the Islamic State?

James L. Gelvin

Newswise, 01.11.2017

A Third of the Internet is Under Attack

University of California San Diego

The Conversation, 01.11.2017

Understanding the triggers for filicide will help prevent it

Lillian De Bortoli, Margaret Nixon

EurekAlert!, 02.11.2017

Childhood spankings can lead to adult mental health problems

University of Michigan

EurekAlert!, 02.11.2017

Unemployment triggers increase in child neglect, according to new research

University of Oxford

EurekAlert!, 02.11.2017

Innovative statistical methods shed light on extent of modern slavery in US, world

The Conversation, 02.11.2017

Wanting revenge is only natural – here’s why

Stephen Fineman

The Conversation, 02.11.2017

Pre-emptive policing is harmful and oppressive, and requires independent scrutiny

Vicki Sentas

Pacific Standard, 02.11.2017

Why Some Members of the Far Left Advocate Against Gun Control

Elizabeth King

The Conversation, 02.11.2017

Cracks are growing in the UK’s prison and probation service

Dr Christine Hough

The Conversation, 03.11.2017

Why have female gun homicides in Australia declined significantly since 1996?

Samara McPhedran

The Conversation, 03.11.2017

To prevent more deaths in police custody, Britain must treat vulnerable people with much better care

David Baker

New Delhi Times, 03.11.2017

Analysts: Islamic State’s Global Reach Shrinking

The Conversation, 03.11.2017

Five facts you should know about London’s moped crime surge, according to an expert in criminology

James Treadwell

The Guardian, 04.11.2017

Beware: this Russian cyber warfare threatens every democracy

Natalie Nougayrède, 04.11.2017

Mother of terror plot ringleader Sulayman Khalid calls for more deradicalisation programs

Airlie Walsh

Citizen Tribune, 04.11.2017

Though terror is unpredictable, it won’t win

Newsweek, 05.11.2017

Hours After Sutherland Springs Shooting, Texas Official Says More Guns In Church Are The Answer

Gersh Kuntzman

EurekAlert!, 05.11.2017

Booze and pot use in teens lessens life success

University of Connecticut

The Conversation, 05.11.2017

How the Islamic State uses ‘virtual lessons’ to build loyalty

André Gagné, Marc-André Argentino

The New Yorker, 05.11.2017

The Woman Who Invented Forensics Training with Doll Houses

Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson

The New Yorker Letter from Syria, 06.11.2017

Dark Victory in Raqqa

Luke Mogelson

The Conversation, 06.11.2017

Has Uzbekistan’s repressive government helped radicalise its emigrants and exiles?

John Heathershaw

Newswise, 06.11.2017

Calling it a 'mental health problem' distracts from finding real solutions to gun violence, Puente says

EurekAlert!, 06.11.2017

The impact of the 'war on drugs' for female 'mules'

University of Kent

EurekAlert!, 06.11.2017

Do violent communities foster violent kids?

University of Basel, 06.11.2017

GPS and Social Media Surveillance - Best Hope for Corrections?

Leonard A. Sipes, Jr.

TODAY, 06.11.2017

Why terrorism breeds in Indonesian prisons

Muh Taufiqurrohman and Muhammad Ali Usman and Ardi Putra

The Conversation, 06.11.2017

What the NRA can teach us about the art of public persuasion

Tony Jaques

The New Yorker, 06.11.2017

Harvey Weinstein’s Army of Spies

Ronan Farrow

The New Yorker, 06.11.2017

The Poligarchs, Oligarchs, and Stooges of the Paradise Papers

Masha Gessen

The Conversation, 06.11.2017

Guilty until proven innocent? How a legal loophole is being used to name and shame children

Faith Gordon

London School of Economics and Political Science Released, 06.11.2017

LSE IQ Episode 8 | Is our prison system broken?

Simon Bastow, Nicola Lacey, Sharon Shalev

EurekAlert!, 07.11.2017

First large-scale doxing study reveals motivations and targets for cyber bullying

NYU Tandon School of Engineering

New York Times, 07.11.2017

What Explains U.S. Mass Shootings? International Comparisons Suggest an Answer


NPR, 07.11.2017

Does Increased Gun Ownership Help Decrease Crime?

The Conversation, 08.11.2017

You may be sick of worrying about online privacy, but ‘surveillance apathy’ is also a problem

Siobhan Lyons

The Conversation, 08.11.2017

Three strategies to fight the tax avoidance revealed by the Paradise Papers

Roman Lanis, Brett Govendir

The Conversation, 08.11.2017

Gun violence in the US kills more black people and urban dwellers

Molly Pahn, Anita Knopov, Michael Siegel

Newswise, 08.11.2017

Chemical Detection Sensors to be Installed in the New World Trade Center Transportation Hub in New York City

EurekAlert!, 08.11.2017

Book explores why some Muslim clerics become jihadists

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The McGill International Review, 08.11.2017

INTERPOL: targeting international criminals, terrorists, and…activists?

PolitiFact, 08.11.2017

The facts on mass shootings in the United States

Joshua Gillin, Jon Greenberg, Louis Jacobson, Miriam Valverde

Los Angeles Times, 08.11.2017

Op-Ed The T-word: When is an attack terrorism?

Max Abrahms

TODAYonline, 09.11.2017

Thousands of children referred to UK's counter-terrorism scheme, figures show

OUPblog Oxford University Press, 09.11.2017

50 years after the President’s Commission on Law Enforcement

Claire M. Renzetti

Phys.Org, 09.11.2017

Researcher proposes 'blocked ambition' hypothesis to explain why some Muslim clerics become jihadists

Peter Dizikes

Medical Express, 09.11.2017

Efforts are needed to study elder abuse among veterans

New York Times, 09.11.2017

The Unsung Role That Ordinary Citizens Played in the Great Crime Decline

Emily Badger

TheCrimeReport, 09.11.2017

Proactive Policing’ Credited With Crime Reductions

Ted Gest

The Diplomat, 10.11.2017

South Asia’s 4 Competing Jihads

Muhammad Nawaz Khan

Guardian, 10.11.2017

The Rohingya are facing genocide. We cannot be bystanders

Salman Rushdie, Kiran Desai, Madhur Jaffrey, Aziz Ansari, Mindy Kaling, Riz Ahmed, Freida Pinto and others

The Conversation, 10.11.2017

From Public Confessions to Public Trials: The Complexities of the “Weinstein Effect”

Lauren Rosewarne Senior Lecturer

The Conversation, 10.11.2017

Five times men trivialised sexual harassment in the media – and why that’s a problem

Kaitlynn Mendes Lecturer in Media and Communication, University of Leicester

The Conversation, 10.11.2017

Its ‘caliphate’ largely gone, Islamic State plots another way forward

Paul Rogers Professor of Peace Studies, University of Bradford

Newsweek, 11.11.2017

Mass Shootings and Mental Illness: Almost Everything You’ve Been Told Is Wrong

Art Levine

San Antonio Express-News, 12.11.2017

Are mass killings and domestic violence linked?

Emilie Eaton

The Conversation, 12.11.2017

Small potent doses of illegal drugs are evading authorities but having a huge impact

Roderic Broadhurst Chair professor, Australian National University

The Sunday Times,, 12.11.2017

America’s mass shootings: going out in a blaze of twisted glory

Josh Glancy

Minneapolis Star Tribune, 12.11.2017

Secrecy stymies families seeking answers

Chris Serres

The New Yorker Annals of Law Enforcement, 13.11.2017

Two Murder Convictions for One Fatal Shot

Ken Armstrong

The Conversation, 13.11.2017

Crack is back – so how dangerous is it and why is its use on the up?

Mark Monaghan ,Hamilton Lecturer ,Harry Sumnall ,

The Conversation, 13.11.2017

Violence between residents in nursing homes can lead to death and demands our attention

Briony Murphy ,Joseph Ibrahim

EurekAlert!, 13.11.2017

More adults use marijuana in states where it is legal

Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health

EurekAlert!, 13.11.2017

The hidden cost of crime: Tanzanians pay as much as 7 percent to protect money from theft

Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences

EurekAlert!, 13.11.2017

Research advances understanding of opioid addiction in face of public health crisis

Oxford University Press, 13.11.2017

Marital rape in a global context: from 17th century to today

EurekAlert!, 13.11.2017

New research reveals workplace bullying and violence are risk factors for type 2 diabetes

The Conversation, 14.11.2017

The debate over what constitutes terrorism

Houssem Ben Lazreg PhD Candidate/ Teaching Assistant of French/ Freelance Translator/Interpreter, University of Alberta

The Conversation, 14.11.2017

Most mass killers are men who have also attacked family

Lisa Aronson Fontes, Ph.D. Senior Lecturer, University Without Walls, University of Massachusetts Amherst

EurekAlert!, 14.11.2017

Businesses need better approach to compliance programs, IU research finds

Indiana University

Gizmodo, 14.11.2017

How Black Market Criminals Are Duping Apple Users Into Surrendering Their iPhones

Dell Cameron

The Conversation, 14.11.2017

Facebook wants your nude photos to prevent ‘revenge porn’ – here’s why you should be

Amy Binns

Newswise Released, 15.11.2017

Jail is the Answer to Corporate Tax Avoidance, says American University Professor

Source Newsroom: American University

USA TODAY, 15.11.2017

Domestic violence is a tragedy. It's not a predictor of mass murder.

James Alan Fox

Stanford Social Innovation Review, 15.11.2017

From Prison Back to School

Adrienne Day Winter

In Homeland Security, 15.11.2017

The Islamic State Is More Like A Street Gang More Than It's Like Other Terrorist Groups

EurekAlert!, 15.11.2017

Strategies to combat the opioid epidemic

American Chemical Society

The Conversation, 15.11.2017

Why the Crusades were not a ‘clash of civilisations’

Nicholas Morton, 15.11.2017

Coercive control: 'If I didn’t do what he wanted me to, myself and the kids would suffer'

Sharon O’Halloran

The Conversation, 15.11.2017

Street art: young Italians shake Camorra’s hold on public space

Luca Palermo

Scout, 15.11.2017

Why Africa Could Provide an 'ISIS Renaissance'

Antonia Ward

Voice of America, 15.11.2017

IS May Sustain Virtual Caliphate After Battlefield Losses, Experts Say

Rikar Hussein

The Hill, 15.11.2017

We have no standard for measuring recidivism

Bill Montgomery

The Marshall Project, 15.11.2017

Violent Crime: A Conversation

The Marshall Project

The Conversation, 16.11.2017

Radicalisation is not just a terrorist tactic – street gangs do it every day

Robert F. Hesketh

EurekAlert!, 16.11.2017

A study proposes to elaborate the term 'parental abuse by children'

University of Granada

New York Times, 16.11.2017

A Policeman’s Bear Hug Stops a Suicide Bomber From Killing More


A Top-Down Approach: Intelligence-Led Policing Gains in Popularity

John Wills

The Independent, 17.11.2017

Brexit could push UK off security 'cliff-edge' if Government does not ensure cooperation with EU, report warns

The Atlantic, 17.11.2017

How Much Attention Should Extremists Get?

Caroline Kitchener

The Guardian, 17.11.2017

Yes, we can halt the rise of the international far right

Timothy Garton Ash

Press of Atlantic City, 18.11.2017

Breaking the cradle to prison pipeline

MICHELLE BRUNETTI POST Staff Writer Last Updated, 18.11.2017

Police defer body-worn camera issue again, saying Hamilton is different than the U.S.

Samantha Craggs

The Conversation, 19.11.2017

Three charts on: how emotional and economic abuse go hand-in-hand

Jozica Kutin , Mike Reid ,Roslyn Russell

Newsweek Sun,, 19.11.2017

We Can’t Arrest Our Way Out of This Sex Trafficking Scourge

Ami Carpenter

The Conversation, 20.11.2017

The dangers and potential of ‘natural’ opioid kratom

C. Michael White

The Conversation, 20.11.2017

Three charts on: how emotional and economic abuse go hand-in-hand

Jozica Kutin PhD Candidate

MENAFN.COM, 20.11.2017

Terrorism, radicalisation and Islam: Michel Wieviorka in conversation with Marc Sageman