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

The Conversation, 01.11.2019

Don’t make intimate violence victims look for help – research shows they fare better when police and community organizations coordinate assistance

Anne DePrince

In Public Safety (blog), 01.11.2019

Challenges of Relying on Eyewitness Testimony

Dr. Jade Pumphrey, 01.11.2019

Research underway on the intersection of hate and violence

Jim Clark

ABS-CBN News, 01.11.2019

Death of Islamic State leader 'not fatal' to terrorist network: analyst

South China Morning Post, 02.11.2019

The ICAC: how Hong Kong’s corrupt police force became ‘Asia’s finest’

Ed Peters

The Conversation, 03.11.2019

Caught red-handed: automatic cameras will spot mobile-using motorists, but at what cost?

Ian J. Faulks

New York Times, 03.11.2019

How Does the Human Soul Survive Atrocity?

Jennifer Percy

The New Yorker A Reporter at Large, 04.11.2019

A Cybersecurity Firm’s Sharp Rise and Stunning Collapse

Raffi Khatchadourian

The Conversation, 04.11.2019

Why do young people join gangs? Members explain the appeal of risk taking

Robert Hesketh

Newswise, 04.11.2019

Study: How crime fears, cultural anxiety, and gender shape gun ownership

University of Alabama at Birmingham

The Conversation, 04.11.2019

Homicide is declining around the world – but why?

Mateus Renno Santos, Alexander Testa

EurekAlert, 05.11.2019

Study examines effect of Universal Studios Park on crime rates in Orlando neighborhoods

The Conversation, 05.11.2019

The future of protest is high tech – just look at the Catalan independence movement

Monica Clua Losada, David J. Bailey

The Conversation, 05.11.2019

Twitter’s ban on political ads does change the game in one way

Liam Mcloughlin

Newswise, 05.11.2019

Mexico’s Drug War

Brianna Lee, Danielle Renwick, and Rocio Cara Labrador

The Guardian, 06.11.2019

Stop and breathe: police staff offered meditation lessons

Robert Booth

The Conversation, 06.11.2019

Forceful and dominant: men with sexist ideas of masculinity are more likely to abuse women

Michael Flood

EurekAlert, 06.11.2019

Study questions video games' effects on violent behavior

EurekAlert, 06.11.2019

A solution to a hairy problem in forensic science

National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

EurekAlert, 06.11.2019

Time in host country -- a risk factor for substance abuse in migrants

Karolinska Institutet

The Conversation, 06.11.2019

Making life-or-death decisions is very hard – here’s how we’ve taught people to do it better

Laurence Alison, Neil Shortland

The Conversation, 06.11.2019

Revenge porn is sexual violence, not millennial negligence

Kristen Zaleski

The Conversation, 07.11.2019

How to spot a psychopath

Calli Tzani-Pepelasi

EurekAlert, 07.11.2019

Researchers challenge myth of the relationship between mental illness and incarceration

Bar-Ilan University

The Conversation, 07.11.2019

Salad bars and water systems are easy targets for bioterrorists – and America’s monitoring system is woefully inadequate

Ana Santos Rutschman

The Wilson Quarterly Fall, 07.11.2019

Inside the Forever Border

By Matthew Longo

The Wilson Quarterly, 07.11.2019

On the Border of Anxiety

Beth A. Simmons

The Times, 08.11.2019

Women become better gangsters through social skills

Mark McLaughlin

EurekAlert!, 08.11.2019

Beyond borders: Geographers link formation of international laws to refugee crisis

West Virginia University

Youth Today, 08.11.2019

Time to Treat Epidemic Violence As a Contagious Disease

Gary Slutkin and Charles Ransford

Journalist's Resource, 08.11.2019

After policing changes in Camden, NJ, fewer gunshot patients at major trauma center

Clark Merrefield

The Conversation, 11.11.2019

Hackers are now targeting councils and governments, threatening to leak citizen data

Roberto Musotto Research

EurekAlert, 11.11.2019

Associations between childhood maltreatment and offending behaviors later in life

BMC (BioMed Central)

VentureBeat, 11.11.2019

When AI is a tool and when it’s a weapon

Seth Colaner@SethColaner

Times of Israel (Blogs), 11.11.2019

Digging into data to better understand hate

Mic, 11.11.2019

Why isn’t revenge porn treated as a serious crime?

Opheli Garcia Lawler

The Trace, 11.11.2019

Most Shooters Go Free in Chicago’s Most Violent Neighborhoods — While Police Make Non-Stop Drug Arrests

Sarah Ryley @missryley

The Conversation, 12.11.2019

If you’ve given your DNA to a DNA database, US police may now have access to it

Jane Tiller Ethical, Legal & Social Adviser - Public Health Genomics, Monash University

The Conversation, 12.11.2019

To stop police shootings of people with mental health disabilities, I asked them what cops – and everyone – could do to help

Jennifer Sarrett Lecturer, Center for Study of Human Health, Emory University

The Conversation, 12.11.2019

Urban unrest propels global wave of protests

Henry F. (Chip) Carey Associate Professor, Political Science, Georgia State University

The Conversation, 13.11.2019

How Boko Haram has evolved over the past ten years

Jideofor Adibe Professor of International Relations and Political Science, Nasarawa State University, Keffi

The Conversation, 13.11.2019

What is a caliph? The Islamic State tries to boost its legitimacy by hijacking a historic institution

Ken Chitwood Journalist-fellow, University of Southern California's Center for Religion and Civic Culture / Lecturer, Concordia College New York, University of Florida

The Conversation, 14.11.2019

Student violence in classrooms: How teacher crisis intervention training can help

Gabrielle Wilcox Associate Professor, Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary

EurekAlert!, 14.11.2019

Study reveals urban hotspots of high-schoolers' opioid abuse

Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health

Big News Network, 14.11.2019

FBI releases study of lone wolf terrorist attacks in U.S.

The Crime Report, 14.11.2019

Can Mass Shooter Attacks Be Prevented?