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

The Guardian, 01.03.2020

Inside Delhi: beaten, lynched and burnt alive

Hannah Ellis-Petersen

The Atlantic, 02.03.2020

The Billion-Dollar Disinformation Campaign to Reelect the President

McKay Coppins

BBC News, 02.03.2020

Prevent: Muslim 'support' for 'toxic' anti-extremism scheme

The Conversation, 02.03.2020

Dark web: Study reveals how new offenders get involved in online paedophile communities

Emily Chiang

The Conversation, 02.03.2020

Adolescent family violence is a growing problem – and the legal system is making it worse

Elena Campbell

Qrius, 02.03.2020

How Reducing Inequality Will Make Our Cities Safer

The Guardian, 02.03.2020

Europe has turned its back on the Mediterranean – but there is still hope

Leïla Slimani

London Review of Books, 02.03.2020

Prisons in the Aegean

Yiannis Baboulias

New York Times, 02.03.2020

The Lasting Effects of Stop-and-Frisk in Bloomberg’s New York

Emily Badger

The Conversation, 03.03.2020

The first economic modelling of coronavirus scenarios is grim for Australia, the world

Warwick McKibbin, Roshen Fernando

The Conversation, 03.03.2020

The urban history that makes China’s coronavirus lockdown possible

Toby Lincoln

EurekAlert, 03.03.2020

Cyber toolkit a 'complete package' for detectives, companies

Purdue University

Batley and Birstall News, 03.03.2020

Fraudsters who laughed about crimes over WhatsApp jailed for nearly 20 years

Susie Beever

About Manchester (press release) (blog), 03.03.2020

Study of Greater Manchester Police calls about domestic abuse suggest Artificial intelligence could help protect victims of domestic violence

Nigel Barlow

The Conversation, 03.03.2020

Lasting peace in Afghanistan now relies on the Taliban standing by its word. This has many Afghans concerned

Niamatullah Ibrahimi

The Conversation, 03.03.2020

Elite boys’ schools like St Kevin’s were set up to breed hyper-masculinity, which can easily turn toxic

Martin Crotty

The Conversation, 04.03.2020

Australian police are using the Clearview AI facial recognition system with no accountability

Jake Goldenfein

New York Times, 04.03.2020

FBI Handling of Terror-Related Tips Is Flawed, Report Finds

The Conversation, 04.03.2020

There’s no easy exit for the US in Afghanistan

Madhav Joshi

The Conversation, 04.03.2020

What schools can do to reduce the risk that teachers and other educators will sexually abuse children

David Finkelhor

FT, 04.03.2020

Europe must stand with Turkey over Putin’s war crimes in Syria

George Soros

New York Times, 04.03.2020

Can You Really Hire a Hit Man on the Dark Web?

Nathaniel Popper

EurekAlert, 04.03.2020

Rapid DNA test quickly identifies victims of mass casualty event

Cabrini College Loquitur, 04.03.2020

The good, the bad and the ugly of policing

Evan Lynn

The Spinoff, 05.03.2020

Yes, there is racism in our police. Here’s what we can do about it

Laura O'Connell Rapira

The Conversation, 05.03.2020

Less than one-fifth of reported rapes and sexual assaults lead to arrests

Melissa Morabito, April Pattavina

EurekAlert, 05.03.2020

New laser defense system against autonomous drones developed by Ben-Gurion U. researcher

Rutgers Today, 05.03.2020

Exploring Islamophobia Across the Globe

EurekAlert, 06.03.2020

Moderate-to-high posttraumatic stress common after exposure to trauma, violence

Yale School of Public Health

EurekAlert, 06.03.2020

Lone Wolves in sheep's clothing -- terrorism as a symptom, 06.03.2020

Greek police accused of stripping and brutally beating migrants near Turkish border

James Rothwell, James Crisp, Yannis-Orestis Papadimitriou

The Conversation, 06.03.2020

Justice for sexual violence: organisations on frontline need better tools to collect evidence

Heather D. Flowe, Lisa Smith, Wangu Kanja

The Conversation, 09.03.2020

Expert guide to conspiracy theories: introducing a new podcast series

Annabel Bligh

Washington Post, 09.03.2020

I was in China doing research when I saw my Uighur friends disappear

Sarah Tynen

Newswise, 09.03.2020

Firearm Violence Solutions from a Public Health Perspective

The Conversation, 10.03.2020

How cities can fight back against ransomware attacks

David S. Wall

EurekAlert, 10.03.2020

Around 100,000 convicted felons across US likely still own guns, say researchers


The Island of Hope in a Sea of Misery

Zara Freudenberg, Karl Mauer, Florian Schöler, Marco Goldoni

The Conversation, 11.03.2020

Women released from prison are at much greater risk of violence

Melissa Willoughby, Holly Tibble, Matthew J. Spittal, Rohan Borschmann Dame Kate Campbell, Stuart Kinner

The Conversation, 11.03.2020

When safety measures lead to riskier behavior by more people

Alex Horenstein, Konrad Grabiszewski

The Conversation, 11.03.2020

Coronavirus: China’s attempts to contain the outbreak has given it new levels of state power

Dionysios Stivas, Nicholas Ross

EurekAlert, 11.03.2020

Next gen 911 services are highly vulnerable to cyberattacks -- Ben-Gurion researchers

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

The Conversation, 11.03.2020

Christchurch’s legacy of fighting violent extremism online must go further – deep into the dark web

Joe Burton

TIME, 11.03.2020

Coronavirus May Disproportionately Hurt the Poor—And That's Bad for Everyone

Abby Vesoulis

KOMO News, 11.03.2020

UW Doc: Coronavirus 'like a natural disaster happening in slow motion'

KOMO News Staff

BBC News, 12.03.2020

How Europe deals with terror offenders when they are freed from jail

Joshua Nevett

BBC News, 12.03.2020

Grooming gang research petition to be considered for Parliamentary debate

EurekAlert, 12.03.2020

New book debunks myths about who causes crime and why

University of California - Santa Cruz

The Crime Report, 12.03.2020

Predators Behind the Badge: Confronting Police Sexual Misconduct

Isidoro Rodriguez

EurekAlert, 12.03.2020

Alcoholism without borders

National Research University Higher School of Economics

The Atlantic, 13.03.2020

When the Police Call Your Landlord

Leora Smith

New York Times, 13.03.2020

Ahead of Mosque Attack Anniversary, Twitter Targets Online Polarizations


New York Times, 13.03.2020

How Much Worse the Coronavirus Could Get, in Charts

Nicholas Kristof and Stuart A. Thompson

The Economist, 14.03.2020

Why Britain’s police commissioners are not living up to their promise

David Cameron

The Conversation, 15.03.2020

Violent behaviour shows up at primary school – and can end there too

Deevia Bhana

The Atlantic, 15.03.2020

The Coronavirus Called America’s Bluff

Anne Applebaum

The New Yorker Annals of Technology, 16.03.2020

Dressing for the Surveillance Age

John Seabrook

E&T Magazine, 16.03.2020

How AI is being used to help fight crime

Chris Edwards, 16.03.2020

How a small nuclear war would transform the entire planet

Alexandra Witze

Los Angeles Times, 16.03.2020

Trapped at home: Coronavirus could be disastrous for domestic violence victims

Rachel Louise Snyder

EurekAlert, 16.03.2020

Researchers expose vulnerabilities of password managers

University of York

The Conversation, 17.03.2020

10 misconceptions about the 1918 flu, the ‘greatest pandemic in history’

Richard Gunderman

Baltimore Post-Examiner, 17.03.2020

Violence at Educational Institutions: Part II

Brian Bissett

The Strand, 17.03.2020

Does state surveillance really keep us safe?

Jess Nash

The Justice Gap, 17.03.2020

Price and prejudice: automated decision-making and the UK government

Gizmodo UK, 17.03.2020

UK Joins Chinese State-Funded Project to Develop Advanced Facial Recognition Tech

Shabana Arif

EurekAlert, 17.03.2020

Independent investigative agency needed to tackle abuse in elite youth sport

The Conversation, 17.03.2020

Prosecutors are increasingly – and misleadingly – using rap lyrics as evidence in court

Erik Nielson

The Conversation, 18.03.2020

When a virus goes viral: pros and cons to the coronavirus spread on social media

Axel Bruns, Daniel Angus, Timothy Graham, Tobias R. Keller

How Chinese people came together when separated by quarantine, creating hope, humor and art, 18.03.2020

How Chinese people came together when separated by quarantine, creating hope, humor and art

Belinda Kong

EurekAlert, 18.03.2020

Most mass shootings occur closest to hospitals without verification to treat trauma

Newswise, 18.03.2020

Lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina: Some populations at higher risk during COVID-19 pandemic

West Virginia University

The Conversation, 18.03.2020

Why Singapore’s coronavirus response worked – and what we can all learn

Dale Fisher

The Conversation, 19.03.2020

Stopping coronavirus – what does the evidence say are the best measures?

Claudia Abreu Lopes, Sanae Okamoto

The Conversation, 19.03.2020

Coronavirus lockdown is a dangerous time for victims of domestic abuse – here’s what you need to know

Nicole Westmarland, Rosanna Bellini

Newswise, 19.03.2020

Criminal Justice Expert Available to Discuss Coronavirus and the U.S. Justice System

University at Albany, State University of New York

The Conversation, 19.03.2020

Stopping coronavirus – what does the evidence say are the best measures?

Claudia Abreu Lopes, Sanae Okamoto

Medium, 19.03.2020

Coronavirus: The Hammer and the Dance

Tomas Pueyo

The Conversation, 20.03.2020

Coronavirus: why prison conditions can be a perfect storm for spreading disease

Anita Mehay, Jane Ogden, Rosie Meek

The Conversation, 20.03.2020

How the 1960 Sharpeville massacre sparked the birth of international human rights law

Steven Wheatley

Times Literary Supplement, 20.03.2020

Milan in a time of coronavirus

Tim Parks

Washington Post, 21.03.2020

The media must stop live-broadcasting Trump’s dangerous, destructive coronavirus briefings

Margaret Sullivan

The Conversation, 22.03.2020

#COVID19: Social media both a blessing and a curse during coronavirus pandemic

Fuyuki Kurasawa York

New York Times online, 22.03.2020

How the Virus Got Out

Jin Wu, Weiyi Cai, Derek Watkins and James Glanz

The New Yorker, 23.03.2020

The Existential Inconvenience of Coronavirus

Geoff Dyer

The Conversation, 23.03.2020

Acting selfishly has consequences right now – why ethical decision making is imperative in the coronavirus crisis

Hugh Breakey

The Conversation, 23.03.2020

Police and governments may increasingly adopt surveillance technologies in response to coronavirus fears

Joe Masoodi

EurekAlert, 24.03.2020

More men, more problems? Not necessarily, FSU study finds

Florida State University

New Yok Times, 24.03.2020

I’m a Calamity Obsessive. After My Trip to Italy, I Was the Calamity.

Heidi Julavits

Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, 24.03.2020

Recidivism Is Not Enough to Track How Juveniles Are Doing, Multistate Project Shows

Dana Shoenberg and Melissa Sickmund

The Conversation, 25.03.2020

Deal with ransomware the way police deal with hostage situations

Scott Shackelford, Megan Wade

EurekAlert!, 25.03.2020

The Lancet Public Health: Modelling study estimates impact of physical distancing measures on progression of COVID-19 epidemic in Wuhan

Newswise, 25.03.2020

6 tips for older adults to avoid scams brought on by COVID-19

Virginia Tech

The Independent, 25.03.2020

Victims losing confidence in criminal justice system, research suggests as coronavirus delays trials

Lizzie Dearden

The Atlantic, 25.03.2020

How the Pandemic Will End

Ed Yong

New Statesman, 25.03.2020

The rise of the bio-surveillance state

Jeremy Cliffe

New York Review of Books, 26.03.2020

Left Behind

Helen Epstein

Newswise, 26.03.2020

New ways to stop caller ID spoofing to be investigated

University of Warwick

EurekAlert, 26.03.2020

In politics and pandemics, trolls use fear, anger to drive clicks

University of Colorado at Boulder

The Atlantic, 26.03.2020

The Four Possible Timelines for Life Returning to Normal

Joe Pinsker

The Conversation, 27.03.2020

Explainer: why police will be crucial players in the battle against coronavirus

Terry Goldsworthy, Robyn Lincoln

Financial Times, 27.03.2020

Drug gangs in Brazil’s favelas enforce coronavirus lockdown

Andres Schipani and Bryan Harris

Forbes, 27.03.2020

Organized Crime In The Time Of Corona

Richard Behar

The Marshall Project, 27.03.2020

As Coronavirus Surges, Crime Declines in Some Cities

Simone Weichselbaum and Weihua Li

The Guardian, 27.03.2020

Coronavirus has not suspended politics – it has revealed the nature of power

David Runciman

Radio Free Asia, 27.03.2020

Estimates Show Wuhan Death Toll Far Higher Than Official Figure

Project Syndicate, 27.03.2020

Five Principles for the Pandemic

Martín Guzmán

The Atlantic, 28.03.2020

Get Used to It: This Lockdown Won’t Be the Last

Timothy McLaughlin

Verfassungsblog ON MATTERS CONSTITUTIONAL, 29.03.2020

Corona-Triage und Menschenwürde

Dr. Mathias Hong

The Conversation, 30.03.2020

What will the world be like after coronavirus? Four possible futures

Simon Mair

The Conversation, 30.03.2020

State of emergency: how different countries are invoking extra powers to stop the coronavirus

Alan Greene

The Atlantic, 30.03.2020

The Thing That Determines a Country’s Resistance to the Coronavirus

Francis Fukuyama

The Guardian, 31.03.2020

Apps and coronavirus: what you need to know about protecting your privacy

Josh Taylor

The Conversation, 31.03.2020

‘Pandemic drones’: useful for enforcing social distancing, or for creating a police state?

Michael Richardson

EurekAlert, 31.03.2020

Studies find link between belief in conspiracy theories and political engagement

Johannes Gutenberg

The Conversation, 31.03.2020

Coronavirus and ‘domestic terrorism’: how to stop family violence under lockdown

Amanda Gearing

EurekAlert, 31.03.2020

Police officers' views before and after Ferguson counter accuracy of Ferguson effect

VICE, 31.03.2020

Here's How China Is Rewriting the History of the Coronavirus Pandemic to Make Itself the Hero

David Gilbert

Halifax Examiner Morning File, 31.03.2020

Policing the pandemic

Philip Moscovitch

Project Syndicate, 31.03.2020

Why America Is Losing to COVID-19

William A. Haseltine

Project Syndicate, 31.03.2020

What History Can Teach Us About COVID-19

Frank Snowden, Elmira Bayrasli