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

The Atlantic, 01.11.2020

A Pro-Trump Militant Group Has Recruited Thousands of Police, Soldiers, and Veterans

Mike Giglio

The New Yorker, 02.11.2020

In the Streets with Antifa

Luke Mogelson

Study Finds, 02.11.2020

‘A golden opportunity’: COVID-19 being exploited by terrorist organizations, study warns

John Anderer

Stanford University, 02.11.2020

Stanford and neighboring cities work together to examine police reform alternatives

Kylie Gordon

Washington Post, 02.11.2020

Facial recognition used to identify Lafayette Square protester accused of assault

Justin Jouvenal and Spencer S. Hsu

The Guardian, 02.11.2020

Even if Donald Trump loses the election, the US isn't going to heal any time soon

Richard Sennett

BuzzFeed News, 03.11.2020

The Pandemic And Fears Of Civil Unrest Led To A Historic Boom In Gun Sales This Year

Peter Aldhous

Wall Street Journal, 03.11.2020

How to Make Artificial Intelligence Less Biased

Michael Totty

The Guardian, 03.11.2020

Macron wants to fix France's social ills – but he won't do it by 'reforming' Islam

Arthur Goldhammer

Le Monde diplomatique, 03.11.2020

The defeats of Golden Dawn

Antonis A. Ellinas

The Conversation, 03.11.2020

Why police reform won’t happen without public pressure on politicians

Temitope Oriola

The Conversation, 03.11.2020

Why police reform won’t happen without public pressure on politicians

Temitope Oriola

Harvard Business Review Home, 04.11.2020

A Simple Tactic That Could Help Reduce Bias in AI

EurekAlert! News Release, 04.11.2020

Victims of school bullying are more prone to develop violent behavior in the future

New York Times, 04.11.2020

How Do You Know When Society Is About to Fall Apart?

Ben Ehrenreich

Newswise, 05.11.2020

Making American Protest Policing Better: If We Could Turn Back Time

Sarah Soule and coauthor Christian Davenport, University of Michigan

The Atlantic, 05.11.2020

Populism Is Undefeated

Yasmeen Serhan

CBC, 05.11.2020

RCMP's own research on body cameras is ambiguous

Thomas Rohner

CBC News, 06.11.2020

Policing the pandemic: Alberta law enforcement opts for educational approach over tickets, fines

Janice Johnston

The Conversation, 06.11.2020

Why the UK’s terrorism threat level has been raised and what happens now

Alasdair Booth

New York Times, 06.11.2020

Attacks in France Point to a Threat Beyond Extremist Networks

Norimitsu Onishi, Constant Méheut and Layli Foroudi

The Conversation, 06.11.2020

Can the law stop internet bots from undressing you?

Jo-Ann Pattinson, Subhajit Basu

Swissinfo, 08.11.2020

One-third of Swiss prone to believe conspiracy theories

London School of Economics, 08.11.2020

Book Review: Predict and Surveil: Data, Discretion and the Future of Policing by Sarah Brayne

Sarah Brayne

The New Yorker Annals of National Security, 09.11.2020

How a C.I.A. Coverup Targeted a Whistle-blower

Ronan Farrow, 09.11.2020

Adolescent boys have higher mortality due to unintentional injury, interpersonal violence

Emily Henderson

Policy Forum, 09.11.2020

Should Australia criminalise coercive control?

Jennifer Maturi, Jenny Munro

EurekAlert!, 09.11.2020

New research to protect public from violent extremists

Staffordshire University

Health Affairs, 09.11.2020

Hate-Motivated Behavior: Impacts, Risk Factors, And Interventions

Robert J. Cramer et al.

The Conversation, 09.11.2020

When did humans first go to war?

Martin Smith, John Stewart

East London Lines, 09.11.2020

The activists policing the police in Hackney

Amera Mohamed

The Canary, 10.11.2020

Stephen Lawrence’s family highlights institutional racism in the British police during Undercover Policing Inquiry

Eliza Egret

University of Kansas, 10.11.2020

Demolishing abandoned houses does not reduce nearby crime, study finds

Mike Krings

Tablet, 10.11.2020

Why the American Press Keeps Getting Terror in France Wrong

Caroline Fourest

New York Times, 11.11.2020

What Is Trump Playing At?

Thomas B. Edsall

Boston Globe, 11.11.2020

Trump’s big election lie pushes America toward autocracy

Timothy Snyder

The Conversation, 11.11.2020

Domestic abuse and mental ill-health: twin shadow pandemics stalk the second wave

Michaela Rogers, Parveen Azam Ali

Newswise, 11.11.2020

Sociologists dispel the 'bad apple' excuse for racialized policing

University of Miami

Open Democracy, 12.11.2020

In Germany, antisemitism on social media can be linked to offline violence

Monika Hübscher

InSight Crime, 12.11.2020

InSight Crime – From Uncovering Organized Crime to Finding What Works

Steven Dudley and Jeremy McDermott

EurekAlert!, 12.11.2020

Combined intimate partner violence that includes sexual violence is common & more damaging

University of Bristol

EurekAlert!, 12.11.2020

How do counter-terrorism measures impact residents' everyday experience?

University of Birmingham

The Conversation, 12.11.2020

The way we use data is a life or death matter – from the refugee crisis to COVID-19

Doug Specht, Monika Halkort

The Conversation, 12.11.2020

The Matrix is already here: Social media promised to connect us, but left us isolated, scared and tribal

Arash Javanbakht

ScienceAlert, 13.11.2020

New Zealand Study Reveals The Complex Psychological Toll of Pandemic Lockdowns


The Conversation, 13.11.2020

An AI tool can distinguish between a conspiracy theory and a true conspiracy – it comes down to how easily the story falls apart

Timothy R. Tangherlini

The Conversation, 13.11.2020

Why lockdowns don’t necessarily infringe on freedom

Annelien de Dijn

The Atlantic, 14.11.2020

It’s Time to Hunker Down

Zeynep Tufekci, 15.11.2020

Countering Racial Bias In Courts Requires Bold Change

Jason Wu

EurekAlert!, 16.11.2020

Center for Justice Research Police Reform Action Brief: Ban chokeholds

Center for Justice Research at Texas Southern University

EurekAlert!, 16.11.2020

Who is the world's best super-recogniser? This test could help us find them

University of New South Wales

The Conversation, 16.11.2020

We spent seven years observing UK police stop and search – here’s what we found

Geoff Pearson, Mike Rowe

USA Today, 16.11.2020

We voted out racist rhetoric. Now we need to end the white supremacist terror threat.

Erroll G. Southers

De Montfort University, 16.11.2020

Investigating the impact of conducting police interviews during a pandemic, 16.11.2020

Is there a way to stop jihadists in Europe?

Matthias von Hein

The Cut, 16.11.2020

Hate Crime Rates Haven’t Been This High in Over a Decade

Claire Lampen

EurekAlert!, 17.11.2020

Why untraceable cryptocurrencies are here to stay

Copenhagen Business School

Kansas City Star, 17.11.2020

Gun purchases during pandemic were by people more likely to be suicidal, study finds

Katie Camero, 17.11.2020

The hatred of video games is simply suspicion of youth

Ian Dunt, 17.11.2020

Special Report: A city takes on its police union, and a nation is watching

BBC News, 17.11.2020

Covid: Lockdown 'causing drugs gangs to recruit locally'

CBS Baltimore, 17.11.2020

As Calls For Police Reform Grow, Some Say One Solution Is to Increase The Number Of Female Officers

Denise Koch

EurekAlert!, 17.11.2020

Study: Jumps in elementary school violence linked to increased student transfers

American Educational Research Association

Wall Street Journal, 17.11.2020

Shootings in New York City Nearly Double as Arrests for Serious Crimes Fall

New York Times, 17.11.2020

Inside the Chaotic, Cutthroat Gray Market for N95 Masks

Doug Bock Clark

The Conversation, 18.11.2020

Solitary confinement by any other name is still torture

Linda Mussell, Marsha Rampersaud

Scientific American, 18.11.2020

What Does a Guilty Brain Look Like?

Lindsay Gray

The Conversation, 18.11.2020

The extreme intoxication defence is often successful when used, usually in cases involving male violence against women. (Unsplash)

Amy Swiffen, Naomi Barney Purdie

The Guardian, 18.11.2020

Murder risk in England and Wales much higher for black people

Vikram Dodd, 18.11.2020

Ethics of facial recognition studies worry scientists — survey results

Richard Van Noorden

Divided We Fall, 18.11.2020

Defund the Police? A Conversation

Saida Grundy

EurekAlert!, 19.11.2020

DeepER tool uses deep learning to better allocate emergency services

Binghamton University

EurekAlert!, 19.11.2020

New tool to combat terrorism

Flinders University

Times of India, 19.11.2020

Groups associated with al-Qaeda, ISIS spread conspiracy theories about Covid-19: UN report

North by Northwestern, 19.11.2020

Bad apples or bad trees: Professor Andrew Papachristos analyzes Chicago police violence using network science

Emma Chiu

New York Times, 19.11.2020

Dutch Police Urge Public to Stop ‘Pedo-Hunting’ After Vigilante Violence

Isabella Kwai and Claire Moses

The Conversation, 20.11.2020

Why it’s important to see women as capable … of terrible atrocities

Jessica Trisko Darden, Izabela Steflja

TIME, 20.11.2020

As Police Departments Outsource Officer Training to Save Money, Society May Be Paying the Price

Alana Semuels

New York Times, 20.11.2020

When the World Seems Like One Big Conspiracy

Yuval Noah Harari, 20.11.2020

Top-down efforts to train the Continent’s imams will only make things worse.

H.A. Hellyer

Modern Diplomacy, 21.11.2020

Extortion, bio-warfare and terrorism: Extremists are exploiting the pandemic

New York Times, 21.11.2020

Designed to Deceive: Do These People Look Real to You?

Kashmir Hill and Jeremy White

Modern Diplomacy, 22.11.2020

The Nature of Islamist Violence in France

Lucas Webber

New York Times, 22.11.2020

China’s Surveillance State Sucks Up Data. U.S. Tech Is Key to Sorting It.

Paul Mozur and Don Clark

The Conversation, 23.11.2020

Prosecuting within complex criminal networks is hard. Data analysis could save the courts precious time and money

Roberto Musotto

The Crime Report, 23.11.2020

Task Force Probes ‘New Approaches’ to Policing

U.S. News & World Report, 23.11.2020

Why Community Engagement Is Key to Researching and Preventing Violence

Maryann Mason

The Crime Report, 23.11.2020

Law Enforcement Played ‘Minimal Role’ in COVID-19 Enforcement: Study

PsyPost, 23.11.2020

Adolescents with callous-unemotional traits are more likely to carry a gun or to use a gun during a crime, study finds

Beth Ellwood

New York Times, 23.11.2020

Trump’s Legal Farce Is Having Tragic Results

Richard L. Hasen

EurekAlert!, 24.11.2020

1 in 3 who are aware of deepfakes say they have inadvertently shared them on social media

Nanyang Technological University

EurekAlert!, 24.11.2020

Black, Hispanic adolescents significantly more likely to die by police intervention than whites

Children's National Hospital

EurekAlert!, 24.11.2020

Barriers to police investigations into widespread financial crime unveiled

University of Portsmouth

The Conversation, 25.11.2020

Forensic linguists can make or break a court case. So who are they and what do they do?

Georgina Heydon

EURACTIV, 25.11.2020

Far-right terrorism bigger threat to West than Islamic State – study

Alexandra Brzozowski

Forbes, 25.11.2020

Report: Deaths from terrorism fall for fifth consecutive year [infographic]

Niall McCarthy

Brussels Times, 25.11.2020

Report: AI offers new malicious opportunities for criminals

spiked, 25.11.2020

Policing men, demeaning women

Joanna Williams

The Crime Report, 25.11.2020

Myriad Ways to Reduce Violence Without Police: Report

Michael Gelb

Minneapolis Star Tribune, 25.11.2020

Six months after George Floyd's death, division remains on police changes

Liz Navratil

Washington Post, 25.11.2020

Five myths about criminal justice

Laurie R. Garduque

The Guardian, 26.11.2020

Largest number of Prevent referrals related to far-right extremism

Jamie Grierson and Dan Sabbagh

Sydney Morning Herald, 26.11.2020

Debate rages among family violence campaigners over criminalising coercive control

Jewel Topsfield

The Guardian, 26.11.2020

Growing far-right threat should spark new approach to extremism, Australian expert says

Nino Bucci

The Conversation, 26.11.2020

The end of Golden Dawn: has Greece shown us how to deal with neo-Nazis?

Georgios Samaras

The Conversation, 27.11.2020

Mass shootings in the US have risen sharply in 2020 – why?

Craig Jackson, 27.11.2020

UN Committee Issues Recommendations To Combat Racial Profiling

The Conversation, 27.11.2020

‘Narwhal tusk hero’ still backs rehabilitation, a year on from London Bridge attacks

Katharina Karcher

The Economist, 28.11.2020

Why Sweden struggles to curb gang violence

Press Enterprise, 29.11.2020

What ‘San Bernardino Strong’ means 5 years after San Bernardino terrorist attack

Ryan Hagen

Texas Public Radio, 29.11.2020

Big-Data Policing Threatens To Compromise Civil Liberties, Further Social Inequalities, 29.11.2020

Will N.J.’s release of thousands of prisoners trigger a crime surge? Here’s what data and research show.

Blake Nelson

New York Times, 30.11.2020

Police Body Cameras Cited as ‘Powerful Tool’ Against Stop-and-Frisk Abuses

Ashley Southall

The Conversation, 30.11.2020

Police should prioritise negotiation over routine force to win back trust

Mike Hough

EurekAlert!, 30.11.2020

Malicious dark web activity unevenly prevalent in free nations, researchers find

Virginia Tech

ReliefWeb, 30.11.2020

‘LINKS’, a Project Funded by the European Commission, is Identifying Ways to Strengthen Disaster Resilience Through the Uses of ...

...Social Media and Crowdsourcing Technologies
Medical Daily, 30.11.2020

We, the People: FBI Reports 2020 Rise in Violence

Jennifer Nelson

The Justice Gap, 30.11.2020

Femicide Census 2020: A woman is killed by a man every three days

Kyran Kanda

EurekAlert!, 30.11.2020

Forearm fractures may signal intimate partner violence

Radiological Society of North America