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

Summit Daily News, 01.05.2016

Solutions to racial disparity in justice appear obvious to some, illusive to others

Anna Boiko-Weyrauch

The Atlantic, 02.05.2016

The Hell After ISIS

Anand Gopal, 02.05.2016

Incidents of toddlers shooting others or themselves increasing, data shows

Matthew Teague

Sydney Morning Herald, 02.05.2016

Domestic violence will flourish because of government funding cuts

Jenna Price

The New Yorker, 02.05.2016

Postscript: Daniel Berrigan, 1921-2016

Paul Elie

EurekAlert!, 02.05.2016

Sex exchange a heightened risk factor among women with incarceration history

Brown University, 03.05.2016

Harnessing the power of information to reduce crime & victim

Hon Amy Adams

The Conversation, 03.05.2016

Why public health scholars should study pornography

Emily Rothman, 03.05.2016

Imodium for a legal high is as dumb and dangerous as it sounds

The Conversation, 03.05.2016

Revealed: the truth about ethnic diversity of neighbourhoods

Aneta Piekut

The Conversation, 03.05.2016

Courts must stop judging women who kill their babies as morally ‘good’ or ‘bad’

Jackie Turton, Emma Milne

The New Yorker, 09.05.2016

The Showman

Jeffrey Toobin

Open Democracy 9 May 2016, 10.05.2016

Why study the ‘bad guys’?

Anna Hedlund
Ransomware, Phishing Attacks Rise as, 10.05.2016

Cyber-Crime Increases

By Nathan Eddy
New York Times online Updated May 9, 2016, 5:52 AM, 10.05.2016

Drug Addiction Cannot Be Decoupled from Mental Illness

Ayesha Delany-Brumsey is the director of, and Chelsea Davis is a research associate at, the Substance Use and Mental Health program at the Vera Institute of Justice.
Savannah Morning News Posted May 9, 2016 11:15 pm, 11.05.2016

City must find the money for more public safety cameras, buy them, then install them where they are most needed

The Nation April 28, 2016, 11.05.2016

We Know We Hate the Establishment—but Do We Know What It Is?

The vague term obscures where power really lies. By Michael Kazin
The Conversation May 5, 2016 10.58am BST, 11.05.2016

How would Brexit affect data protection, privacy and surveillance laws in Britain?

Author Steve Peers, Professor of Law, University of Essex
Newsweek 11.5.2016, 12.05.2016

Britain's Welfare State Pushes People Into Survival Crime

Britain’s welfare state is making people destitute and pushes them toward “survival crime” in order to eat, a major U.K. study has found.
Harvard researchers uncover what happens with US gun, 12.05.2016

laws after mass shootings

Written by Jenny Anderson
The Conversation May 13, 2016 1.59am BST, 13.05.2016

Is the U.S. military strategy doing more harm or good in the Middle East?

Author Charles J. Dunlap, Jr., Executive Director, Center on Law, Ethics and National Security, Duke University
Quartz 12.5.2016, 13.05.2016

California let 30,000 people out of prison and the crime rate didn’t change

EurekAlert! Public Release: 11-May-2016, 13.05.2016

Large reductions in prison population can be made without endangering public safety

Indiana University
EurekAlert! Public Release: 16-May-2016, 17.05.2016

Body-worn cameras associated with increased assaults against police, and increase in use-of-force if officers choose

University of Cambridge
The Conversation May 13, 2016 1.59am BST, 17.05.2016

Does social media help the government-citizen relationship? Depends who you ask

Author James Toscano, Vice President for Public Affairs & Communications, Tidewater Community College
The Conversation May 15, 2016 8.46pm BST, 17.05.2016

Protecting your privacy if you use a route mapping app

Author Farhad Farokhi, Research fellow, University of Melbourne
Pacific Standard 17.5.2016, 18.05.2016

Are You Raising a Little Criminal?

A preference for immediate gratification, rather than a bigger reward later on, is a bad sign. By Tom Jacobs Posted: May 17, 2016 7:32 PM CT Last Updated:, 18.05.2016

'It's in our workplaces': domestic violence researcher says

Researcher Barb MacQuarrie addresses domestic violence at Regina conference for provincial transition houses
National Post May 18, 2016 5:57 PM ET, 19.05.2016

Body-worn cameras resulted in an increase of civilian assault on police, new study says

Laura Hensley |
The Atlantic June 2016 Issue Health, 23.05.2016

There’s No Such Thing as Free Will

But we’re better off believing in it anyway. Stephen Cave
The Atlantic June 2016 Issue Science, 23.05.2016

The False Promise of DNA Testing

The forensic technique is becoming ever more common—and ever less reliable. Matthew Shaer
The Conversation May 20, 2016 1.44pm BST, 23.05.2016

SWIFT banking system frauds shows that even trusted financial institutions are vulnerable to attack

Author Matthew Hollow, Associate lecturer, University of York
The Conversation May 24, 2016 1.48am BST, 24.05.2016

We need to know the algorithms the government uses to make important decisions about us

Author Nicholas Diakopoulos, Tow Fellow, Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University; Assistant Professor of Journalism, University of Maryland
It’s easier to defend against ransomware than you might think, 24.05.2016

Author Amin Kharraz, Research Assistant, Systems Security Lab, Northeastern University

The Nationwide Crime Wave Is Building, 25.05.2016

As the homicide rate keeps rising in many cities, even some who dismissed the ‘Ferguson effect’ admit the phenomenon is real.

By Heather Mac Donald
The Conversation May 24, 2016 2.17pm BST, 25.05.2016

How to stop your phone from being hacked

Author Ali Dehghantanha, Lecturer in Cyber Security and Forensics, University of Salford

Journalist's Resource May 23, 2016, 25.05.2016

How judges understand, try to address racial disparities in the criminal court process

EurekAlert! Public Release: 24-May-2016, 26.05.2016

UW experts develop method for including migration uncertainty in population projections

University of Washington
WIRED 24.5.2016, 26.05.2016

A Severed Head, Two Cops, and the Radical Future of Interrogation

Robert Kolker This article was published in partnership with The Marshall Project, a nonprofit news organization that covers the US criminal justice system.
New York Magazine online May 22, 2016 7:43 p.m., 26.05.2016

Louisiana Is About to Make Attacking a Cop a Hate Crime

By Chas Danner
Hindustan Times, 26.05.2016

Pakistan: Religious body says husbands can beat wives ‘lightly’, 26.05.2016

I know who killed the Black Dahlia: my own father

Alexis Sobel Fitts

The Conversation, 26.05.2016

Schools' tough approach to bad behaviour isn’t working – and may escalate problems

Anna Sullivan

The Conversation, 26.05.2016

Everything you need to know about the legal high ban

Philip Murphy

EurekAlert!, 26.05.2016

Why everyone wants to help the sick -- but not the unemployed

Aarhus University

Pacific Standard, 26.05.2016

Cybersecurity Is About Solving Problems — Let’s Tackle the Diversity One Next

Ashley Tolbert

The Conversation, 26.05.2016

Could NATO go to war with Russia … and what would happen if it did?

Ian Shields

The Conversation, 26.05.2016

West could sleepwalk into a Doomsday war with Russia – it’s time to wake up

Richard Sakwa

Wall Street Journal (blog) May 26, 2016 1:27 pm ET, 27.05.2016

New Push in Congress to Reverse ‘Overcriminalization’ in Criminal Code

By Gary Fields
The Conversation May 23, 2016 4.43am BST, 27.05.2016

Politicians trashing immigrants and refugees are the real danger to social cohesion

Author Andrew Jakubowicz, Professor of Sociology, University of Technology Sydney
EurekAlert! Public Release: 24-May-2016, 27.05.2016

Internet addiction and school burnout feed into each other

Academy of Finland
Pacific Standard, 27.05.2016

What’s the Real Rate of Sex-Crime Recidivism?

Steven Yoder

Pacific Standard, 27.05.2016

One Step Forward, One Step Back in the Fight Against the Death Penalty

Elena Gooray

The Conversation, 27.05.2016

Bomb scares: can you judge a threat from the voice on the phone?

James Tompkinson

The Conversation, 27.05.2016

Children with sexualised behaviours need support, not silence and stigma

Wendy O'Brien, 28.05.2016

The Immortal Myths About Online Abuse

Anil Dash

Irish Independent, 28.05.2016

Terrorised communities need our help... and less apathy from residents of leafy suburbs

Martina Devlin, 29.05.2016

Roberto Saviano: London is heart of global financial corruption

Dan Carrier

Atlanta Black Star, 29.05.2016

What It Means for Black Youth as South Carolina Plans to Raise the Age of Juvenile Offenders from 17 to 18, 30.05.2016

Free Speech: Ten Principles for a Connected World by Timothy Garton Ash – review

Nick Cohen

The Conversation, 31.05.2016

Should prostitution be decriminalized?

Kari A. Lerum

The Conversation, 31.05.2016

How much money is ISIS actually making from looted art?

Fiona Rose-Greenland

Independent Online, 31.05.2016

Why protesters turn to violence

Kamini Padayachee

DestinyMan, 31.05.2016

The psychology of gang rape in SA

Yamkela Mdaka

The Independent, 31.05.2016

UK 'most corrupt place on Earth' claim backed by campaigners

Adam Lusher

EurekAlert!, 31.05.2016

To strengthen an opinion, simply say it is based on morality

Ohio State University

The Conversation, 31.05.2016

Does Islam have a problem with democracy? The case of the Maldives

Azim Zahir

The Conversation, 31.05.2016

There should be no monkeying about with hate speech

Heidi Matisonn