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

New York Times, 01.10.2016

Why Don’t You Just Call the Cops?


New York Times, 02.10.2016

Baltimore vs. Marilyn Mosby

In the midst of a national crisis of police violence, Baltimore’s state’s attorney gambled that prosecuting six officers for the death of Freddie Gray would help heal her city. She lost much more than just the case.


New York Times, 02.10.2016

Is There a ‘Ferguson Effect’?


The New Yorker, 03.10.2016

The New Star of Germany’s Far Right

Thomas Meaney

Pacific Standard, 03.10.2016

Does the Media Cause Mass Shootings?

A growing body of research suggests that increasingly intense media coverage of mass shootings is partly responsible for their acceleration in the United States.

Jared Keller

EurekAlert!, 03.10.2016

Use of body-worn cameras sees complaints against police 'virtually vanish,' study finds

University of Cambridge

EurekAlert!, 03.10.2016

'Culture of affluence' complicates women's help-seeking for domestic violence

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

EurekAlert!, 03.10.2016

Bullying likely to result in aggressive responses by children with disabilities

Researchers say children should be taught better communication skills to prevent aggressive behavior

University of Missouri-Columbia

The Conversation, 03.10.2016

Panic about IS in the Philippines masks a very real war in the country

Tom Smith Lecturer in International Relations, University of Portsmouth

The Conversation, 03.10.2016

Why Colombia voted ‘no’ to peace with FARC

Jonathan Newman

The Atlantic, 04.10.2016

What O. J. Simpson Means to Me

Ta-Nehisi Coates

EurekAlert!, 04.10.2016

New research examines link between community violence, depression, and violent behavior in teenage minority boys

The Reis Group

EurekAlert!, 04.10.2016

Panel develops plan for preventing youth suicide

Reuters Technology News, 04.10.2016

Exclusive: Yahoo secretly scanned customer emails for U.S. intelligence - sources

Joseph Menn

Los Angeles Times, 04.10.2016

How a racist myth landed Duane Buck on death row

Elizabeth Hinton

EurekAlert!, 04.10.2016

LSU Health Psychiatry awarded $3 million grant to build terrorism and disaster resilience

Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center

The Conversation, 05.10.2016

To stop domestic violence, we need to change perpetrators’ behaviour

Tony Fletcher PhD Candidate/Senior Clinician, University of South Australia

The Atlantic, 05.10.2016

The Psychology of Victim-Blaming

Kayleigh Roberts

The People’s Vanguard of Davis, 05.10.2016

Justice Watch: Do We Actually Know What Implicit Bias Means?

David Greenwald

The Conversation, 05.10.2016

Terrorism fallout shelters: Is it time to resurrect nuclear civil defense?

Timothy J. Jorgensen

The Conversation, 05.10.2016

How El Salvador became the murder capital of the world

Sabine Kurtenbach

The Conversation, 05.10.2016

Lockerbie experience is no model for the effective prosecution of MH17 bombers

Amy Maguire

San Diego Union-Tribune, 05.10.2016

Police training can counter implicit bias

Marc Lampe & John Christianson

EurekAlert!, 06.10.2016

Delinquent youths with PTSD need individualized treatment, studies suggest

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

The Conversation, 06.10.2016

Clinton and Trump need to address police violence in debate

Keisha N. Blain, Ibram X. Kendi

The Conversation, 06.10.2016

Friday essay: the sound of fear

Lawrence English

The Conversation, 06.10.2016

How ISIS terrorists neutralise guilt to justify their atrocities

Bertrand Venard

The Conversation, 07.10.2016

Hacked by your fridge: the Internet of Things could spark a new wave of cyber attacks

Mihai Lazarescu

The Conversation, 10.10.2016

Paid domestic violence leave: how do other countries do it?

Paul Harpur

The Conversation, 10.10.2016

The life experiences that can prevent sympathies for terrorism from developing

Kamaldeep Bhui

The Conversation, 11.10.2016

Eight ways that Islamophobia operates in everyday life

Peter Hopkins, Gurchathen Sanghera, Kate Botterill

The Conversation, 11.10.2016

Is Muslim sectarian violence a new reality for Britain?

Parveen Akhtar

Mother Jones, 12.10.2016

Even More Proof That Gun Laws Work

Bryan Schatz

The Hill (blog), 12.10.2016

Race shouldn’t matter in sentencing, but it does

Kimberly Mehlman-Orozco

Cato Institute (blog), 12.10.2016

New Research Finds that Immigrant Crime Is Still Low

Alex Nowrasteh

The Conversation, 12.10.2016

UK experience of domestic violence disclosure schemes is a cautionary tale for Australia

Kate Fitz-Gibbon, Sandra Walklate Eleanor Rathbone

Pacific Standard, 12.10.2016

When the Court Calls Psychology to the Stand

Elena Gooray

New York Review of Books, 13.10.2016

In Saudi Arabia: Can It Really Change?

Nicolas Pelham

New York Review of Books, 13.10.2016

The Best Ways to Deal with the Refugee Crisis

David Miliband

Backchannel, 13.10.2016

The Physicist Who Sees Crime Networks

Mark Harris

The Conversation, 13.10.2016

Think entertainment is violent today? The Victorians were much, much worse

Rosalind Crone

New Zealand Herald, 13.10.2016

Isis propaganda machine hit hard, says US study

Insurance Journal, 13.10.2016

Using Big Data to Predict Terrorist Acts Amid Privacy Concerns

Chris Strohm

UKNow (press release), 13.10.2016

Race, Policing Examined by Experts

EurekAlert!, 13.10.2016

New data from national violent death reporting system shed light on law enforcement officer deaths, their use of lethal force

Elsevier Health Sciences

The Conversation, 13.10.2016

Lessons from Northern Ireland: don’t put Islamist extremists in special prison units

Michelle Butler

The Conversation, 13.10.2016

Kabul is still not safe – but the EU is deporting people there anyway

Liza Schuster

Newswise, 13.10.2016

UTHealth Study Finds That 15 Percent of Sixth-Grade Students Commit Cyber Abuse, 13.10.2016

This machine could prevent gun violence — if only cops used it

The Marshall Project

EurekAlert!, 13.10.2016

The connection between child marriage and domestic violence

Oxford University Press USA

EurekAlert!, 13.10.2016

Study examines what drives student involvement in racial justice movements

North Carolina State University

EurekAlert!, 13.10.2016

Many alcohol-related injuries occur at home

The Conversation, 14.10.2016

Blocking kids from social media won’t solve the problem of cyberbullying

Karyn Healy

The Conversation, 14.10.2016

One step toward making criminal justice less biased

Shima Baughman, Christopher Robertson, Sunita Sah

The Conversation, 14.10.2016

The link between psychosis and violence is not clear cut

Andy Watt

Pacific Standard, 14.10.2016

Why Cleaning Up Abandoned Lots Can Reduce Shootings

Francie Diep

The Cavalier Daily, 14.10.2016

SIEGEL: We all have implicit bias — and that’s OK

Lucy Siegel

Newsweek, 15.10.2016

Exclusive: Private ISIS Letter Outlines Group’s Merciless Tactics Ahead of Mosul Battle

Jack Moore , Rena Netjes

New York Times, 15.10.2016

Berlin, 1945; Grozny, 2000; Aleppo, 2016


Cities nationwide embrace de-escalation training to reduce police shootings

The Washington Post

The Conversation, 16.10.2016

Not really Hollywood: the media’s misleading framing of Islamic State videos

Stuart M Bender

The Conversation, 16.10.2016

Social media and crime: the good, the bad and the ugly

Alyce McGovern, Sanja Milivojevic

The Conversation, 17.10.2016

Even if Mosul is liberated, it won’t be the end of Islamic State

Simon Mabon

The Conversation, 17.10.2016

How gaming technology could hack crime scene investigations

Mehzeb Chowdhury, 17.10.2016

IT in policing: Cloud and commodity technology

Simon Parr

The Conversation, 17.10.2016

Link between climate change and armed conflict is exaggerated – new study

Steffen Böhm

The Conversation, 17.10.2016

Has Shabaab been weakened for good? The answer is ‘yes’ and ‘no’

Stig Jarle Hansen

The Conversation, 18.10.2016

How sexual partner abuse has changed with social media

David Finkelhor, Janis Wolak

The Conversation, 18.10.2016

Should a nation apologise for the crimes of its past?

Tom Bentley

EurekAlert!, 18.10.2016

After privatization, link found between new liquor establishments, violence

Drexel University

EurekAlert!, 18.10.2016

Elder abuse under-identified in US emergency departments

University of North Carolina Health Care

The Conversation, 18.10.2016

Australians have little to fear from terrorism at home – here’s why

Greg Austin, 18.10.2016

Scams: the things banks and the police will never ask you

EurekAlert!, 19.10.2016

No uptick in marijuana use by adolescents after states pass medical marijuana laws

Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health

Salon, 19.10.2016

White Privilege wages jihad: Kansas “militia members” aren’t considered “terrorists” because they’re not Muslim

Chauncey DeVega

The Guardian, 19.10.2016

Instead of fighting terror, Prevent is creating a climate of fear

Amrit Singh

TechCrunch, 19.10.2016

Civil liberties groups ask for ‘moratoriums’ on face recognition tech

Kate Conger

The Conversation, 19.10.2016

Lessons in the Calais Jungle: teaching life stories and learning about humanity

Aura Lounasmaa

The Guardian, 19.10.2016

'It's not a victimless crime' – the murky business of buying academic essays

Dr Thomas Lancaster

Journalist's Resource, 19.10.2016

Racial injustice: How perceptions of racial bias are affected by neighborhood attitudes, negative police interactions

Haaretz, 19.10.2016

The Holocaust train that led Jews to freedom instead of death

Ofer Aderet

The Conversation, 19.10.2016

Justifying the use of violence to fight social injustice is a recipe for disaster

Keith Matthee

The Conversation, 20.10.2016

Protection, not public shaming, is the way forward for child offenders

Kate Fitz-Gibbon

EurekAlert!, 20.10.2016

Change is needed to prevent homicides by individuals with mental illness

EurekAlert!, 20.10.2016

Game theory: Army of agents to tackle corrupt officials, tax evaders, terrorists

University of Warwick

EurekAlert!, 20.10.2016

Structure of primary cannabinoid receptor is revealed

ZDNet, 20.10.2016

Facial recognition out of control? Half of US adults have their faces on police databases

Liam Tung

The Conversation, 20.10.2016

How the war on drugs fuels deadly prison riots in Brazil

Julita Lemgruber

The Conversation, 20.10.2016

What is the dark web and how does it work?

Daniel Prince

Detroit Free Press, 20.10.2016

U-M professor says war on crime helped fuel Detroit's decline

Bill McGraw

The Conversation, 20.10.2016

Areas with more poker machines have higher rates of domestic violence

Francis Markham, Bruce Doran, Martin Young

CityLab, 20.10.2016

In a Time of Crisis, We Need a New Language of Justice

Brentin Mock

London Review of Books Vol. 38 No. 20, 20.10.2016

Destined to Disappear

Susan Pedersen

Phys.Org, 21.10.2016

Combating cybercrime when there's plenty of phish in the sea

San Diego Union-Tribune, 21.10.2016

How police body cameras can improve behavior, ease tension


The Conversation, 21.10.2016

How can we make the world’s cities safer for women and girls?

Cathy McIlwaine Professor, Caroline Moser

EurekAlert!, 21.10.2016

More time on digital devices means kids less likely to finish homework

American Academy of Pediatrics

EurekAlert!, 21.10.2016

Study examines suicides publicized on social media and teens' ER visits

American Academy of Pediatrics

The Conversation, 21.10.2016

Gable Tostee case: how common is death by falling?

Terry Goldsworthy

The Conversation, 21.10.2016

The battle for Mosul is too little, too late in the fight against the Islamic State

Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou

The Courier, 22.10.2016

Major ISIS attack on UK ‘inevitable’, says world-renowned Dundee terror speaker

Michael Alexander

The Canberra Times, 22.10.2016

Keeping up with crime

Carolyn Rance

The Conversation, 23.10.2016

Does CCTV footage help or hinder the reduction of violence against women?

Caitlin Overington

New York Times Magazine, 23.10.2016

How ‘Bias’ Went From a Psychological Observation to a Political Accusation


New York Times Magazine, 23.10.2016

Should We See Everything a Cop Sees?


The New Yorker, 24.10.2016

An Ex-Cop’s Remorse

Stephanie Clifford

EurekAlert!, 24.10.2016

Study uncovers brain changes in offending pedophiles

EurekAlert!, 24.10.2016

Mixing energy drinks, alcohol may affect adolescent brains like cocaine

Purdue University

Juvenile Justice Information, 24.10.2016

Time Not to Funnel Youth, Especially of Color, Into Criminal Court

Jennifer Kim

New York Times, 24.10.2016

As Artificial Intelligence Evolves, So Does Its Criminal Potential


UKNow, 24.10.2016

Empowering Victims through Research

The Conversation, 24.10.2016

How the rise in TV ‘crime porn’ normalises violence against women

Ruth Penfold-Mounce

The Conversation, 24.10.2016

By attacking DNS, hackers can bring down many websites for the price of one

Rob Miles

The Conversation, 24.10.2016

The election of Hillary Clinton promises a more dangerous world

Joseph Camilleri

EurekAlert!, 24.10.2016

NYU researchers survey drug use in business bathrooms in NYC

New York University

The Conversation, 24.10.2016

The curious power of hate propaganda in open societies

Cherian George

The Conversation, 24.10.2016

The curious power of hate propaganda in open societies

Cherian George

Detroit Metro Times (blog), 25.10.2016

Experts: Tough-on-crime policies and demolition-only practices are killing Detroit

Michael Jackman

Weld for Birmingham (blog), 25.10.2016

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Nick Patterson

Huffington Post, 25.10.2016

The Next Orlando: How Xenophobia And “Law And Order” Talk Ignores The Real Danger - Guns

R. Tyson Smith

Montreal Gazette, 25.10.2016

Study of CEGEP students shows vulnerabilities to violent radicalization

Digital Trends, 25.10.2016

Fraud alert! Researchers discover new method to spot phony posts online

Dyllan Furness

The Concordian, 25.10.2016

Concordia is rife with instances of racial profiling

Jessica Kinnari

EurekAlert!, 25.10.2016

Suicide prevention: Reacting to the tell-tale signs

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

EurekAlert!, 25.10.2016

What happens when people are treated like pollution?

Canoe, 25.10.2016

So-called 'angels of mercy' not new

Michele Mandel

The Conversation, 26.10.2016

Latin American women’s problem: we keep getting murdered

Ariadna Estévez

EurekAlert!, 26.10.2016

Researchers develop system to classify gunshot wounds to the head and similar injuries

University of Maryland School of Medicine

The Conversation, 26.10.2016

Tolerance and humanitarianism will not solve Europe’s ‘migration crisis’

The Conversation, 26.10.2016

Why have so many people in prison spent time in care as children?

Claire Fitzpatrick

ABC Online, 26.10.2016

Fear, trust, and the social contract: What's lost in a society on permanent alert

Laura D'Olimpio

New York Review of Books, 27.10.2016

Panama: The Hidden Trillions

Alan Rusbridger

The Conversation, 27.10.2016

Body-worn cameras are not a panacea for poor policing

Emmeline Taylor

The Guardian, 27.10.2016

Governments accused of failing to fully recognise role of alcohol in family violence

Melissa Davey

USA Today, 27.10.2016

Youth prisons don't reform, they damage: Column

Patrick McCarthy and Vincent Schiraldi

Montreal Gazette, 27.10.2016

New Quebec report offers unique perspective on why women radicalize

Caroline Plante

EurekAlert!, 27.10.2016


University of British Columbia Okanagan campus

The Conversation, 27.10.2016

Why eyewitnesses give false evidence – and how we can stop them

Amina Memon

National Post, 28.10.2016

Giving up jihad

Robert Fulford

The Conversation, 28.10.2016

Is the Islamic State finished? Five possible scenarios

James L. Gelvin

The Conversation, 29.10.2016

Why we’ll always be obsessed with – and afraid of – monsters

Leo Braudy

Minneapolis Star Tribune, 29.10.2016

Before '60 Minutes' interview, ISIL defendant Abdirizak Warsame detailed his story in unfinished book

Stephen Montemayor

Huffington Post, 29.10.2016

(Un)Safe Faculty Spaces

Shannon Portillo

Chronicle of Higher Education online, 30.10.2016

Our 'Prophet of Deceit'

Richard Wolin

The National Interest Online, 30.10.2016

Why the Maldives Is Sending Terrorists to Syria and Iraq

Joseph Hammond

The Huffington Post, 30.10.2016

Countering Terrorism: A Comprehensive Conceptual Framework, Case of Intellectuals and Mass Media

Dr. Majid Rafizadeh

The Conversation, 31.10.2016

Study confirms intimate partner violence leading health risk factor for women

Kim Webster, Zuleyka Zevallos, 31.10.2016


EurekAlert! Public Release: 31-Oct-2016, 31.10.2016

EurekAlert! Public Release: 31-Oct-2016

University of British Columbia Okanagan campus, 31.10.2016

Eric Garner video shapes New Yorkers' support for police accountability: Study

The Boston Globe October 31, 2016, 31.10.2016

The Boston Globe October 31, 2016

Milton J. Valencia Globe Staff, 31.10.2016

Safe as houses? The real cost of a home burglary

Lynne Bateson

The Conversation October 31, 2016 9.34am GMT, 31.10.2016

The Conversation October 31, 2016 9.34am GMT

Charlotte Bishop Lecturer in Law, University of Exeter

Fair Observer, 31.10.2016

Why Women Are the Missing Link in Countering Extremism

Amy Calfas