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

New York Times, Thursday 29 February 2024

The truth about illegal immigration and crime

Glenn Kessler

Mirage News, Thursday 29 February 2024

Research: Most Women Face Abuse During Runs, Manchester U Finds

The Oracle, Thursday 29 February 2024

Gathering community to reduce gun violence

Alex Bailey

Verfassungsblog, Thursday 29 February 2024

Pushing Back

Cathryn Costello, Stefano Zirulia

EurekAlert!, Thursday 29 February 2024

Urgent need for guidelines for the care of child victims of sexual abuse

The Washington Post, Thursday 29 February 2024

Abused women are resorting to violence to survive. They aren’t criminals.

Elizabeth Flock

The Conversation Published, Thursday 29 February 2024

Meth use is declining in Australia – but the public still sees it as the most worrying drug

Steph Kershaw Research Fellow, Matilda Centre for Research in Mental Health and Substance Use, University of Sydney Cath Chapman Professor, Matilda Centre for Research in Mental Health and Substan

New York Times, Thursday 29 February 2024

N.Y.P.D. Misconduct Settlements Cost $500 Million Over 6 Years

Hurubie Meko

New York Times, Thursday 29 February 2024

London Police at Fault for Hiring Officer Who Killed Sarah Everard, Inquiry Finds

Megan Specia

Verfassungsblog, Thursday 29 February 2024

No Backdoor for Mass Surveillance

Erik Tuchtfeld

The Guardian, Wednesday 28 February 2024

I spent 48 years in prison for a murder I didn’t commit. Here’s how I fought my way to freedom

Simon Hattenstone

New York Times, Wednesday 28 February 2024

Biden Looks to Change the Conversation on Immigration and Crime

Katie Rogers and Zolan Kanno-Youngs

The Guardian, Wednesday 28 February 2024

Rotterdam mayor calls for end to lax stance on middle-class drug use

Verfassungsblog, Wednesday 28 February 2024

Risky Recommendations

Prof. Dr. Alexander Peukert

The Conversation, Wednesday 28 February 2024

‘If we burn … then what?’ A new book asks why a decade of mass protest has done so little to change things

Christopher Pollard

Newswise, Wednesday 28 February 2024

Youth suicide, depression risk linked to sexual assault, other trauma. UTSW expert explains findings

UT Southwestern Medical Center

EurekAlert!, Wednesday 28 February 2024

Harassment on public transport negatively impacts women's health and welfare, with existing measures being largely ineffective, per systematic review

PLOS

The Guardian, Wednesday 28 February 2024

Six hundred people drowning but no mayday call. Is this how Europe deters migrants?

Emily O'Reilly

The Guardian, Wednesday 28 February 2024

Bag containing security plans for Paris Olympics stolen from French train

Phys.org, Wednesday 28 February 2024

Police pullback linked to increases in crime

Kelly Holguin, University of Colorado at Boulder

The Conversation, Wednesday 28 February 2024

By not repatriating Shamima Begum, the UK is washing its hands of continuing Islamic State terror

Elizabeth Pearson Programme Lead MSc Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism Studies, Royal Holloway University of London

Verfassungsblog, Tuesday 27 February 2024

How the EU Death Machine Works

Sarah Ganty, Dimitry Vladimirovich Kochenov

The Salt Lake Tribune, Tuesday 27 February 2024

Are Utah victims being left behind by a 50-year-old understanding of domestic violence?

Eric S. Peterson and K. Sophie Will

EurekAlert!, Tuesday 27 February 2024

Female psychopaths ‘more common than we think’

Anglia Ruskin University

Verfassungsblog, Tuesday 27 February 2024

Understanding European Border Management

Joyce De Coninck, Giulia Raimondo

New Jersey Monitor, Tuesday 27 February 2024

Chicago is the latest city rethinking disputed technology that listens for gunshots

Matt Vasilogambros

The Guardian, Tuesday 27 February 2024

Ted Bundy bludgeoned and almost killed me. I resolved he would not ruin my life

Anna Moore

Times Higher Education, Tuesday 27 February 2024

Researching violence in your own community can be a slap in the face

Brad Evans