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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

The Conversation, Sunday 27 May 2018

The hidden data in your fingerprints

Melanie Bailey

New York Review of Books, Thursday 24 May 2018

Big Brother Goes Digital

Simon Head

The New Yorker, Monday 21 May 2018

How Fortnite Captured Teens’ Hearts and Minds

Nick Paumgarten

Jakarta Post, Thursday 17 May 2018

The women who seek meaning in terrorism

Fitriani and Alif Satria

The Conversation, Thursday 17 May 2018

Defeated in Syria and Iraq, the Islamic State is rebuilding in countries like Indonesia

Greg Barton

EurekAlert!, Thursday 17 May 2018

Little difference between gun owners, non-gun owners on key gun policies

Johns Hopkins

South China Morning Post, Thursday 17 May 2018

Inside the camps where China tries to brainwash Muslims until they love the party and hate their own culture

Washington Post, Thursday 17 May 2018

How educational programs in Africa can help counter violent extremism

Beza Tesfaye and Beth Maclin

Mother Jones, Thursday 17 May 2018

It’s Time We Had a Talk About White People Calling the Cops on Black People

Brandon E. Patterson

The Conversation, Thursday 17 May 2018

How living in violent communities can affect children’s antisocial behaviour

Graeme Fairchild, Christina Stadler

Seattle Times Originally, Wednesday 16 May 2018

Restorative justice works for perpetrators — and victims

Joanne Alcantara, Katherine Beckett and Martina Kartman

The Conversation, Wednesday 16 May 2018

What is doxxing, and why is it so scary?

Jasmine McNealy

The Conversation, Wednesday 16 May 2018

Police are using big data to profile young people, putting them at risk of discrimination

Daragh Murray, Pete Fussey

The Conversation, Wednesday 16 May 2018

Mueller’s Russia probe: a year on, Trump is far from out of the woods

Clodagh Harrington

The Conversation, Tuesday 15 May 2018

The ethics of ‘securitising’ Australian cyberspace

Dr Shannon Brandt

The Conversation, Tuesday 15 May 2018

How Indonesia is dealing with the new threat posed by returning Islamic State fighters

Joshua Roose

PolitiFact, Tuesday 15 May 2018

Is the ACLU really to blame for Chicago’s murder spike?

Casey Toner

The Nation, Monday 14 May 2018

How ICE Puts a Generation at Risk

Laila Lalami

Campus Safety Magazine, Monday 14 May 2018

New Mass Attack Research Stirs Controversy Among Threat Assessment Professionals

Michael H. Corcoran

EurekAlert!, Monday 14 May 2018

Email encryption standards hacked

Ruhr-University Bochum

The Conversation, Monday 14 May 2018

The bogus ‘crisis’ of masculinity

Francis Dupuis-Déri

The University Network (blog), Monday 14 May 2018

AI Predicts Risk Of School Violence

Jackson Schroeder

The University Network (blog), Monday 14 May 2018

AI Predicts Risk Of School Violence

Jackson Schroeder

EurekAlert!, Monday 14 May 2018

Virtual avatar-to-avatar interviews may improve eyewitness testimony

EurekAlert!, Monday 14 May 2018

New tool predicts eye, hair and skin color from a DNA sample of an unidentified individual

The New Yorker, Monday 14 May 2018

How Frightened Should We Be of A.I.?

Tad Friend

The Independent, Sunday 13 May 2018

Metropolitan Police's facial recognition technology 98% inaccurate, figures show

Jon Sharman

New York Times, Sunday 13 May 2018

Using Data to Make Sense of a Racial Disparity in NYC Marijuana Arrests

Benjamin Mueller