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

Los Angeles Times, 01.09.2019

Opinion: We analyzed 53 years of mass shooting data. Attacks aren’t just increasing, they’re getting deadlier

James Densley and Jillian Peterson, 01.09.2019

How a health app helped to prove a murder

Catherine Allen

The Hill, 01.09.2019

Let's tackle mass shootings like we do terrorism

Courtney La Bau

New York Times, 01.09.2019

Where Does Affirmative Action Leave Asian-Americans?

Jay Caspian Kang

The New Yorker, 02.09.2019

Are Spies More Trouble Than They’re Worth?

Adam Gopnik

The Caravan, 02.09.2019

Spectres of Violence

Tanvi Mishra

Psychology Today, 02.09.2019

The Dark Side of Cyber Monitoring a Partner

Wendy L. Patrick

Eurasia Review, 02.09.2019

Can Watching Pro Sports On TV Prevent Crime?

Eurasia Review

The Good Men Project, 02.09.2019

Violent Crime is Like Infections Disease—And We Know How to Stop It

The Good Men Project, 02.09.2019

Violent Crime is Like Infections Disease—And We Know How to Stop It

The Atlantic, 02.09.2019

The Small-Town Disputes That Fuel Germany’s Far Right

Emily Schultheis, 02.09.2019

Facial recognition technology scrapped at King's Cross site

Dan Sabbagh, 02.09.2019

New book from former Dallas officer emphasizes community policing

New York Magazine, 02.09.2019

Passing on Gun Reform, Trump Admin Wants to Expedite Executions of Mass Shooters

Matt Stieb

The Seattle Times, 02.09.2019

Police fear ‘suicide by cop’ cases. So they’ve stopped responding to some calls

Anita Chabria

The Conversation, 03.09.2019

3 ways to help sex offenders safely reintegrate back into the community

Jamie Walvisch, Kelly Richards, Lorana Bartels

The Conversation, 03.09.2019

In a world of cyber threats, the push for cyber peace is growing

Scott Shackelford

The Outline, 03.09.2019

The police avoid requests for their records by simply not keeping any

P. Leila Barghouty, 03.09.2019

Lifestyle Profiling as a Forensic Analysis Technique

Dr. Surat P

The News Minute, 03.09.2019

Why having more CCTV cameras does not translate to crime prevention

Manasa Rao

New York Times, 04.09.2019

The Secret History of the Push to Strike Iran

Ronen Bergman and Mark Mazzetti

Newsweek, 05.09.2019

Media Coverage of Muslims More Negative Than Other Minority Groups, Study Finds

Taameen Mohammad

Atlanta Magazine, 05.09.2019

An unarmed man, the cop who killed him, and the challenge of policing mental illness

Steve Fennessy

Fortune, 05.09.2019

Most Americans Distrust Companies Using Facial Recognition Technology

Jonathan Vanian

The Atlantic, 05.09.2019

Do Algorithms Have a Place in Policing?

Eva Ruth Moravec

The Conversation, 05.09.2019

Hong Kong: how the police trained for riots – and why their response to protesters has been so violent

Carol Anne Goodwin Jones Reader

WIRED, 05.09.2019

Poll Finds Americans Trust Police Use of Facial Recognition

Sara Harrison

The Conversation, 06.09.2019

Destroying parliaments leads to war – just look at history

Aristotle Kallis

WIRED, 06.09.2019

Gaming's #MeToo Moment and the Tyranny of Male Fragility

Laurie Penny

Salon, 07.09.2019

"The destruction of a society": First the U.S. invaded Iraq — then we left it poisoned

David Masciotra

The National, 09.09.2019

ISIS is using new social media sites after Facebook and Twitter crack down

The Policy Times, 09.09.2019

Least expectations for Victims of sexual and physical attacks

The Conversation, 09.09.2019

Why ‘macho culture’ is not to blame for violence against women in Mexico

Catherine Whittaker

The Conversation, 09.09.2019

Women have made many inroads in policing, but barriers remain to achieving gender equity

Terry Goldsworthy

EurekAlert!, 09.09.2019

How the justice system can affect physical, mental health

North Carolina State University

WIRED, 09.09.2019

Algorithms Should’ve Made Courts More Fair. What Went Wrong?

Tom Simonite

The Crime Report, 10.09.2019

Warning to States: Marijuana Tax ‘Windfalls’ May Just Be Blowing Smoke

Andrea Cipriano

The Conversation, 10.09.2019

Forensic science isn’t ‘reliable’ or ‘unreliable’ – it depends on the questions you’re trying to answer

Claude Roux

New York Times, 10.09.2019

4 Things That Keep the N.S.A. Up at Night

Charlie Warzel

New York Times, 10.09.2019

I Work for N.S.A. We Cannot Afford to Lose the Digital Revolution.

Glenn S. Gerstell

Washington Post, 11.09.2019

Six things we’ve learned about terrorism since 9/11

Khusrav Gaibulloev and Todd Sandler

EurekAlert, 11.09.2019

What's preventing the next world war? Random luck

Ohio State University

The Atlantic, 11.09.2019

This Man Says His Anti-violence Plan Would Save 12,000 Lives

Mark Obbie

The Conversation, 11.09.2019

What works to stop gender-based violence and what doesn’t

Heidi Stöckl, Marija Pantelic

The Conversation, 11.09.2019

Not all types of extremism are terrorism – conflating the two is dangerous

Daniel Kirkpatrick, Recep Onursal

The Conversation, 11.09.2019

An institution’s culture can affect the behavior of individual participants.

Roscoe Scarborough

The Conversation, 12.09.2019

Rising violence and verbal abuse towards retailers – stories from shop floor reveal lifelong impact

Emmeline Taylor

EurekAlert, 12.09.2019

How relapse happens: Opiates reduce the brain's ability to form, maintain synapses

University at Buffalo

EurekAlert, 13.09.2019

High social support associated with less violence among male teens in urban neighborhoods

University of Pittsburgh

EurekAlert, 13.09.2019

Communities that Care prevention system helps to protect youth

Penn State

The Guardian, 13.09.2019

‘I was very much a person the most powerful government in the world wanted to go away’

Ewen MacAskill

Addiction Center, 14.09.2019

New Study Shows Police at Highest Risk for Suicide of Any Profession

Jena Hilliard

Chicago Sun-Times, 15.09.2019

Crime fell near pot shops after marijuana was fully legalized, Colorado study shows

Tom Schuba

LiveLaw, 15.09.2019

Use Of Automatic Facial Recognition Technology By Police Is Lawful : UK Court[Read Judgment]

Joseph Sebastian

Sydney Morning Herald, 15.09.2019

'The short answer is alcohol': Why violent crime is still so common in country NSW

Caitlin Fitzsimmons

The Guardian, 15.09.2019

Insights... even the mere sight of a policewoman can lead to a fall in crime rates

Torsten Bell

EurekAlert, 16.09.2019

Violent video games blamed more often for school shootings by white perpetrators

American Psychological Association

EurekAlert, 16.09.2019

Can sex trafficking be prevented?

Boston University School of Medicine

EurekAlert, 16.09.2019

Study finds community-oriented policing improves attitudes toward police

Yale University, 16.09.2019

Police use of algorithms needs stronger safeguards to prevent bias, report says

Sebastian Klovig Skelton

The Guardian, 16.09.2019

Predictive policing poses discrimination risk, thinktank warns

Jamie Grierson