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

Harper's Magazine, 01.09.2021

Bad News

Joseph Bernstein

The Atlantic, 01.09.2021

How to Persuade Americans to Give Up Their Guns

David Frum

New York Times, 01.09.2021

‘I Helped Destroy People’

Janet Reitman

The Conversation, 01.09.2021

In Afghanistan, opium is as big a winner as Islamic extremism

Giada Ferrucci

The Conversation, 01.09.2021

How Ghost Train Fire exposed remarkable police corruption, yet also failed ABC’s high journalistic standards

Denis Muller

The Conversation, 01.09.2021

Feds are increasing use of facial recognition systems – despite calls for a moratorium

James Hendler

The Conversation, 01.09.2021

Stephen: almost 30 years on, ITV’s drama on the murder of Stephen Lawrence shows how little has changed

Simon Holdaway

Bloomberg, 02.09.2021

Cincinnati Was a Model for Police Reform. What Happened?

Fola Akinnibi

GOV.UK Ministry of Justice, 02.09.2021

Exploring the nature of extremism in 3 prisons: findings from qualitative research

The Conversation, 02.09.2021

How the world’s biggest dark web platform spreads millions of items of child sex abuse material — and why it’s hard to stop

Roderic Broadhurst, Matthew Ball

New Criterion Vol. 40, No. 1, 03.09.2021

9/11 twenty years later

Andrew C. Mccarthy

EurekAlert!, 03.09.2021

Focus on coercive control and gendered approach must be at the heart of efforts to address domestic violence and abuse, study argues

Peer-Reviewed Publication University of Exeter

Voice of America, 03.09.2021

How Taliban's Win Might Influence Radical Muslims in Southeast Asia

Ralph Jennings

Chicago Sun-Times, 03.09.2021

Chicago’s public safety crisis threatens our whole city

Alderman Matt O'Shea and Susan Lee

vox, 03.09.2021

The evidence for violence interrupters doesn’t support the hype

German Lopez

The Guardian, 03.09.2021

Republicans seethe with violence and lies. Texas is part of a bigger war they’re waging

Rebecca Solnit

The Conversation, 03.09.2021

Al-Qaida, Islamic State group struggle for recruits

Charles Kurzman

The Atlantic, 03.09.2021

The Women Burning Their Degree Certificates

Yasmeen Serhan

The Conversation, 04.09.2021

New Zealand’s latest terror attack shows why ISIS is harder to defeat online than on the battlefield

Joe Burton

Deutsche Welle, 04.09.2021

9/11: 20 years on, Germany still grapples with militant Islamists

Matthias von Hein

The Nation, 04.09.2021

Money drives the US military machine.

Andrew Cockburn

The Conversation, 04.09.2021

New Zealand needs to go beyond fast-tracking counter-terrorism laws to reduce the risk of future attacks

Alexander Gillespie

New York Times, 05.09.2021

From ‘Ku Kluxism’ to Trumpism

Charles M. Blow

The Guardian, 05.09.2021

Opioids have killed 600,000 Americans. The Sacklers just got off basically scot-free

Chris McGreal

The Conversation, 05.09.2021

‘I’m not afraid of terrorism. I’m afraid of being accused of being a terrorist’: growing up Muslim after 9/11

Randa Abdel Fattah

The Conversation, 06.09.2021

Afghanistan: the warlords who will decide whether civil war is likely

Scott Lucas

New Zealand Herald, 06.09.2021

Auckland mall terrorist forged medical documents, boasted about duping immigration officials

Jared Savage and Sam Hurley

The Conversation, 06.09.2021

Criminalising nitrous oxide users is no laughing matter if it distracts from more serious drug problems

Ian Hamilton, Harry Sumnall

The Guardian, 06.09.2021

Close to home: how US far-right terror flourished in post-9/11 focus on Islam

Adam Gabbatt

Eurozine, 06.09.2021

Losing ground and doubling down

Tuğba Özer

New York Times, 06.09.2021

Steven Pinker Thinks Your Sense of Imminent Doom Is Wrong

David Marchese

Washington Post, 06.09.2021

Opinion: It’s a real possibility that our next 9/11 could arrive from within

Jason M. Blazakis

Washington Post, 06.09.2021

Opinion: The terrorism threat is entering a new, more dangerous phase

Ali Soufan

Mirage News, 07.09.2021

New study identifies cyber strategies with potential to identify and protect victims of child abuse material

Jerusalem Post, 07.09.2021

German federal police acquired Pegasus spyware in secret


The Conversation, 07.09.2021

‘Fortress USA’: How the September 11 terror attacks produced a military industrial juggernaut

Clare Corbould

Times of India, 07.09.2021

US-built databases a potential tool of Taliban repression

Police1, 07.09.2021

State your case: Is paying people to stop shooting effective?

New York Times, 07.09.2021

Veterans Struggle With Issues That Are Often Invisible to Others

Jennifer Steinhauer

EurekAlert!, 07.09.2021

Study shows contact with police may be detrimental to health, well-being of Black youth

Johns Hopkins

The Conversation, 07.09.2021

How someone becomes a torturer

Christopher Justin Einolf

Washington Post, 07.09.2021

The world 9/11 created: A weakened, yet enduring, al-Qaeda menace

Claire Parker

The Conversation, 08.09.2021

Before 9/11, Australia had no counter-terrorism laws, now we have 92 — but are we safer?

Rebecca Ananian-Welsh, Keiran Hardy

The Conversation, 08.09.2021

Black Lives Matter: How far has the movement come?

Kwasi Konadu, Bright Gyamfi

The Conversation, 08.09.2021

On 50th anniversary of Attica uprising, 4 essential reads on prisoners’ rights today

Matt Williams, 09.09.2021

Study finds government using personal data to target messages

Gill Hitchcock

The Conversation, 09.09.2021

20 years after 9/11, the American colossus has gone and the Middle East remains strife-torn

Tony Walker

The Conversation, 09.09.2021

How social media – aided by bots – amplifies Islamophobia online

Saif Shahin

The Conversation, 09.09.2021

Minerals, drugs and China: How the Taliban might finance their new Afghan government

Hanif Sufizada

WDET, 09.09.2021

Broken Windows Theory’s “Tipping Point” Concept Challenged in New Study

Eli Newman

Project Syndicate, 09.09.2021

The World 9/11 Made

Richard Haass

The Drift Magazine Issue 5, 09.09.2021

“A New Form of War” | An Interview with Samuel Moyn

The 74, 10.09.2021

How to Stop a School Shooter

Mark Keierleber

The Conversation, 10.09.2021

9/11: how politicians and the media turned terrorism into an Islamic issue

Jared Ahmad

The Conversation, 10.09.2021

Turning back migrant boats: what does the international law of the sea say?

Hayley Roberts

CNN 1923 GMT, 10.09.2021

'Innocent Until Proven Muslim': How Islamophobia lingers in post-9/11 era

Brandon Tensley

Foreign Affairs, 10.09.2021

Beyond Forever War

Daniel Benjamin and Steven Simon

BBC News, 10.09.2021

Afghanistan crisis: Five lessons learned (or not) since 9/11

Frank Gardner

Tablet Magazine, 10.09.2021

The Next Lebanon War

Matti Friedman

Open Democracy, 10.09.2021

The deadly legacy of 20 years of US 'War on Terror' in Iraq

Lily Hamourtziadou Bulent Gokay

Newsweek, 11.09.2021

End the 'War on Terror'

Kenneth Roth

Newsweek, 11.09.2021

Pro-Al-Qaeda Publication Marks 9/11 by Calling for More Attacks With Aircraft

Fatma Khaled

New York Times, 11.09.2021

Remembering 9/11

Andrew Ross Sorkin and Anna Schaverien

CNN 1047 GMT, 11.09.2021

How 9/11 forged an age of political turmoil

Stephen Collinson

The Guardian, 12.09.2021

Europe’s reputation as a cosmopolitan haven has been exposed as a mirage

Hans Kundnani

The New Yorker, 13.09.2021

Can Progressives Be Convinced That Genetics Matters?

Gideon Lewis-Kraus

New York Times, 13.09.2021

Intelligence chief warns that countries besides Afghanistan pose a greater terror threat.

Julian E. Barnes

New York Times, 13.09.2021

Justice Dept. Imposes Limits on Oversight of Local Police

Katie Benner

Newswise, 13.09.2021

Current Understandings of Microaggressions: Impacts on Individuals and Society

Association for Psychological Science

TIME, 13.09.2021

On Top of the Pandemic, Hospitals Face Another Crisis: Children and Teenagers Are Being Shot in Record Numbers

Melissa Chan

The Conversation, 13.09.2021

Perilous situation for Afghan allies left behind shows a refugee system that’s not up to the job

Shelley Inglis, 13.09.2021

Operation White Milk: How Austrian Intelligence Hid a Suspected Syrian War Criminal from the Law

Fidelius Schmid und Wolf Wiedmann-Schmidt

Open Democracy, 13.09.2021

The counterinsurgency myth

Nicholas Guarnaccia

BMJ, 14.09.2021

The “shadow pandemic” of domestic violence

Mahima Jain

The Conversation, 14.09.2021

The Sahel’s jihadists don’t all govern alike: context matters

Natasja Rupesinghe, Mikael Hiberg Naghizadeh

New York Times, 14.09.2021

Al Qaeda could rebuild in Afghanistan in a year or two, U.S. officials say.

Julian E. Barnes

Newsweek, 14.09.2021

Defunding the Police Is Asinine and Counterproductive | Opinion

Wilfred Reilly

Newsweek, 14.09.2021

Yes, We Should Defund the Police | Opinion

Geo Maher

The Conversation, 14.09.2021

Forceful vaccine messages backfire with holdouts – how can it be done better?

S. Shyam Sundar James P. Jimirro

New York Times, 14.09.2021

Have We Reshaped Middle East Politics or Started to Mimic It?

Thomas L. Friedman

Wall Street Journal, 14.09.2021

Facebook Knows Instagram Is Toxic for Teen Girls, Company Documents Show

Georgia Wells, Jeff Horwitz and Deepa Seetharaman

Open Democracy, 14.09.2021

Countering the Radical Right: Opinion

Sean Arbuthnot

EurekAlert!, 15.09.2021

Innocent children feeling pressure to admit guilt to avoid prosecution, report warns

University of Exeter

Homeland Security Today, 15.09.2021

State of Radicalization: Behavioral Factors in the Rise of the Lone Actor Terrorist

Steven M. Crimando

The Conversation, 15.09.2021

Capitol Police prepare for a return of insurrectionists to Washington – 5 essential reads on the symbols they carried on Jan. 6

Jeff Inglis

EurekAlert!, 15.09.2021

Psychological assessment and interventions for individuals linked to radicalization and solitary terrorism

The Conversation, 15.09.2021

Five myths about drone warfare busted

Lily Hamourtziadou

New York Times, 15.09.2021

Police in Aurora, Colo., Engaged in Racially Biased Policing, Inquiry Finds

Michael Levenson

New York Times, 15.09.2021

‘They Are Manufacturing Foreigners’: How India Disenfranchises Muslims

Siddhartha Deb

California News Times, 16.09.2021

Mass shootings in the US increased during the coronavirus pandemic, study finds

Lauren Mascarenhas

The Conversation, 16.09.2021

Is sexual abuse and exploitation rife in the music industry?

Rosemary Lucy Hill

The Conversation, 16.09.2021

Political orientation predicts science denial – here’s what that means for getting Americans vaccinated against COVID

Adrian Bardon

EurekAlert!, 16.09.2021

Mass shootings in US during pandemic

Anupam Jena

inkstickmedia, 16.09.2021

Coming to Terms with a Cultural Trauma

Christine Muller

The Conversation, 16.09.2021

QLD police will use AI to ‘predict’ domestic violence before it happens. Beware the unintended consequences

Heather Douglas, Robin Fitzgerald

New York Times, 16.09.2021

Justice Dept. to Review Enforcement of Civil Rights Protections in Grants

Katie Benner

The Conversation, 16.09.2021

Facebook has known for a year and a half that Instagram is bad for teens despite claiming otherwise – here are the harms researchers have been documen

Christia Spears Brown

The Conversation, 17.09.2021

Cybercriminals use pandemic to attack schools and colleges

Nir Kshetri

EurekAlert!, 17.09.2021

Digital evidence at risk of being missed because of fragmented police training and coordination, study warns

Publication University of Exeter

EurekAlert!, 17.09.2021

Infants exposed to domestic violence have poorer cognitive development

University of Missouri-Columbia

New York Times, 18.09.2021

The Scientist and the A.I.-Assisted, Remote-Control Killing Machine

Ronen Bergman and Farnaz Fassihi

The Guardian, 18.09.2021

Teenage girls, body image and Instagram’s ‘perfect storm’

Dan Milmo and Clea Skopeliti

New York Times, 18.09.2021

First Tied to ISIS, Then to U.S.: Family in Drone Strike Is Tarnished Twice

Matthieu Aikins and Alissa J. Rubin

The Conversation, 19.09.2021

The anti-vax movement is being radicalized by far-right political extremism

Sibo Chen

The New Yorker, 20.09.2021

How a Syrian War Criminal and Double Agent Disappeared in Europe

Ben Taub

EurekAlert!, 20.09.2021

Gun violence exposure associated with higher rates of mental health-related ED visits by children

The Conversation, 20.09.2021

Facebook’s algorithms fueled massive foreign propaganda campaigns during the 2020 election – here’s how algorithms can manipulate you

Filippo Menczer

University of Michigan, 20.09.2021

Majority of Detroiters want police reform, many also want increased police presence

University of Michigan

JNS, 20.09.2021

Understanding the enemy: An interview with Dr. Anat Berko

Ran Puni

Eurozine, 20.09.2021

Adult enterprise

WYPR, 21.09.2021

Do Violence Interruption Programs Work? Some Critical Perspectives

EurekAlert!, 21.09.2021

Predicting a riot: Social inequality leads to vandalism in experiments

University College London

New York Times, 21.09.2021

How the Case of Gabrielle Petito Galvanized the Internet

Katherine Rosman

New York Times, 22.09.2021

Murder Rose by Almost 30% in 2020. It’s Rising at a Slower Rate in 2021.

Jeff Asher

The Crime Report, 22.09.2021

Study Explores How to Protect Domestic Violence Survivors

EurekAlert!, 22.09.2021

Can a history of sexual violence lead to heart problems later in life?

The Conversation, 22.09.2021

Scouse Soldiers: the organised crime gangs of Merseyside

Robert Hesketh

The Economist, 23.09.2021

As shootings rose, 911 calls fell in the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder

EurekAlert!, 23.09.2021

Child abuse and neglect linked to early death in adulthood

University College London

The Conversation, 23.09.2021

20 years after 9/11, the men charged with responsibility are still waiting for trial – here’s why

Lisa Hajjar

The Conversation, 23.09.2021

21 million Americans say Biden is ‘illegitimate’ and Trump should be restored by violence, survey finds

Robert A. Pape

Frontline Print edition, 24.09.2021

Communalising martyrdom

Rajan Gurukkal

USA Today, 24.09.2021

A sobering reality: Alcohol kills more Americans each year than drug overdoses do

Edmonton Journal, 24.09.2021

Opinion: Fighting Islamophobia goes beyond government

Jordana Salma, Shara Wajih

CBS, 24.09.2021

What makes some people more susceptible to financial scams?

Megan Cerullo

EurekAlert! News Release, 24.09.2021

During the pandemic survivors of domestic violence and abuse have been at an increased risk of contracting suspected or confirmed COVID-19, study find

University of Birmingham

The Conversation, 24.09.2021

Mapping the contours of Jihadist groups in the Sahel

Folahanmi Aina

The Conversation, 24.09.2021

Federal police reform talks have failed – but local efforts stand a better chance of success

Natasha N. Johnson

The Conversation, 24.09.2021

Haitian migrants at the border: An asylum law scholar explains how US skirts its legal and moral duties

Karen Musalo, 24.09.2021

German Officials Fear Increase in Pandemic-Fueled Radicalism in Wake of Murder

By Maik Baumgärtner, Jörg Diehl, Tobias Großekemper, Roman Höfner, Max Hoppenstedt, Roman Lehberger und Wolf Wiedmann-Schmidt

New York Times, 25.09.2021

They Investigate Police Killings. Their Record Is Wanting

Michael LaForgia and Jennifer Valentino-DeVries

Washington Post, 25.09.2021

How Afghanistan’s security forces lost the war

Susannah George

historynewsnetwork, 25.09.2021

Racist Violence, Lynching Culture, and the Tulsa Massacre: An Interview with Prof. Karlos K. Hill

Robin Lindley

The Conversation, 26.09.2021

It is a big relief for me’: how the welfare provided by madrassas holds a key to fighting the Taliban

Peter Whiteford

The Conversation, 26.09.2021

We need concrete protections from artificial intelligence threatening human rights

Karine Gentelet, Sarit K. Mizrahi

Study finds, 26.09.2021

Police brutality leaves a long-lasting detrimental effect on victims

Kansas City Star, 26.09.2021

What happens to crime where recreational marijuana is legal? Here’s what we know

Jeanne Kuang

NewsOne, 26.09.2021

What’s Next After Federal Police Reform Failed? Changing Cop Culture Is Now Left Up To Cities

Thaddeus L. Johnson and Natasha N. Johnson

Yahoo News Sun, 26.09.2021

Kidnapping, assassination and a London shoot-out: Inside the CIA's secret war plans against WikiLeaks

Zach Dorfman, Sean D. Naylor and Michael Isikoff

New York Times, 26.09.2021

She Bought Her Dream Home. Then a ‘Sovereign Citizen’ Changed the Locks

Sarah Maslin Nir

The Conversation, 27.09.2021

Not all men’s violence prevention programs are effective: why women’s voices need to be included

Chay Brown, Desmond Campbell

The Conversation, 27.09.2021

More guns, pandemic stress and a police legitimacy crisis created perfect conditions for homicide spike in 2020

Justin Nix

EurekAlert!, 27.09.2021

Passage of recreational cannabis laws leads to some rise in use but not for all demographics

Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health

Vox, 27.09.2021

Murders are spiking. Police should be part of the solution

By German

The Mainichi, 27.09.2021

How extremist groups feed simplistic views into would-be suicide bombers: analysis

Homeland Security Today, 27.09.2021

The Long Jihad: The Islamic State’s Method of Insurgency

New York Times, 27.09.2021

Murders Spiked in 2020 in Cities Across the United States

Neil MacFarquhar

The Conversation, 28.09.2021

R. Kelly was aided by a network of complicity – common in workplace abuse – that enabled crimes to go on for decades

Peggy Cunningham, Minette Drumwright

Newswise, 28.09.2021

Just because they’re angry doesn’t make them guilty: new research

University of Toronto, Joseph L. Rotman School of Management

EurekAlert, 28.09.2021

When it comes to reporting on sexual assault in media, words matter

University of California

The American Prospect, 28.09.2021

The Right-Wing Attack on Racial Justice Talk

Randall Kennedy

New York Times, 28.09.2021

What’s Missing From the Conversation About Systemic Racism

John McWhorter

The Conversation, 28.09.2021

Trillions in infrastructure spending could mean hundreds of billions in fraud

Jetson Leder-Luis

Newsweek, 28.09.2021

The Biden Administration Is To Blame for the Del Rio Immigration Crisis

Andrew Arthur

Newsweek, 28.09.2021

We Need a Humanitarian Solution to Del Rio

Maria Pabon

New York Times, 29.09.2021

#DoNotTouchMyClothes: Afghan Women Protest Taliban Restrictions on Rights

Anna P. Kambhampaty

The Conversation, 29.09.2021

An autonomous robot may have already killed people – here’s how the weapons could be more destabilizing than nukes

James Dawes

Psychology Today, 29.09.2021

How to Lower the Murder Rate

Benjamin van Rooij, Adam Fine

PsyPost, 29.09.2021

Physical strength predicts participation in political violence among both men and women

Eric W. Dolan

Newsweek, 29.09.2021

U.S. Facing Over Twice as Many Domestic Terror Threats as Foreign, FBI Says

Alexandra Hutzler

EurekAlert, 30.09.2021

Study explores how women handle stigma of staying with imprisoned men

University of Texas at Dallas

EurekAlert, 30.09.2021

The Lancet: More than half of police killings in USA are unreported and Black Americans are most likely to experience fatal police violence

Publication The Lancet

Stylist, 30.09.2021

Sarah Everard’s killer is in jail – but we must prevent male violence against women, not just punish it

Moya Crockett