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

The Crime Report, 01.06.2022

Why Do We Keep Missing Potential Teen Shooters?

Frank Straub, Alyse Ley and Sammie Wicks

The Conversation, 01.06.2022

Guns in the US: why the NRA is so successful at preventing reform

Thomas Gift

Sacramento Observer, 01.06.2022

How to Cope With Trauma After a Mass Shooting

Laura Onyeneho

Salon, 01.06.2022

Donald Trump, criminal mastermind: Scholar Gregg Barak on the supreme con artist of our time

Chauncey DeVega, 01.06.2022

Disbanding police departments doesn't affect crime levels, says new report

Amy McCaig

New Statesman, 01.06.2022

Serhii Plokhy: “The Ukrainian army that no one ever knew existed is winning”

Alix Kroeger

New York Times, 01.06.2022

The Middlemen at the Heart of an Oligarch-Industrial Complex

Michael Forsythe, Gaia Pianigiani and Julian E. Barnes

The Conversation, 02.06.2022

Catcalls, homophobia and racism: we studied why people (and especially men) engage in street harassment

Bianca Fileborn, Sophie Hindes

The Guardian, 02.06.2022

Why did the Depp-Heard libel outcomes differ in the US and UK?

Rajeev Syal

Washington Post, 02.06.2022

6 solutions to gun violence that could work

Robert Gebelhoff

The Conversation, 02.06.2022

Regulating online hate will have unintended, but predictable, consequences

Garth Davies, Sarah Negrin

The Conversation, 02.06.2022

5 ways to reduce school shootings

Paul Boxer

Newswise, 02.06.2022

As Gun Deaths Surge, Researchers Focus on Experiences of Community Violence Interventionists

University at Albany, State University of New York

EurekAlert!, 02.06.2022

Controversial police bills of rights don’t lead to more civilian fatalities

Cornell University

EurekAlert!, 02.06.2022

Physical abuse less likely when spanking is eliminated

University of Michigan

The Conversation, 02.06.2022

Has lowering the drinking age caused more crime? Despite ongoing concern, the evidence isn’t clear cut

Wired, 02.06.2022

Volodymyr Zelensky on War, Technology, and the Future of Ukraine

Financial Times, 03.06.2022

Time favours Ukraine in its grim struggle for national survival

Lawrence Freedman

Washington Post, 03.06.2022

Putin thinks West will blink first in war of attrition, Russian elites say

Catherine Belton

The Conversation, 03.06.2022

Could the Depp v. Heard case make other abuse survivors too scared to speak up?

Jessica Lake

USA TODAY, 04.06.2022

Too many guns = Too much gun violence. Why can't we draw a line between these two points?

Rex Huppke

Washington Post, 05.06.2022

After the shooting, Uvalde becomes a new stop on a grim American circuit

Karin Brulliard

Washington Post, 05.06.2022

Woodward and Bernstein thought Nixon defined corruption. Then came Trump.

Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein

FiveThirtyEight, 06.06.2022

Suicide Prevention Could Prevent Mass Shootings

Maggie Koerth

The Conversation, 06.06.2022

There are historical and psychological reasons why the legal age for purchasing assault weapons does not make sense

Ashwini Tambe

Ontario Tech, 06.06.2022

Facial recognition research and partnership could have significant impact on future of policing

Time, 06.06.2022

The New Russian Offensive Is Intended to Project Power It Cannot Sustain

Frederick W. Kagan

Philadelphia Inquirer, 07.06.2022

Gun violence isn’t inevitable. It’s a policy choice.

Jerry Ratcliffe

ACEs Too High, 07.06.2022

There’s no mystery to what happened in Uvalde; there were many opportunities to prevent it .

Jane Ellen Stevens

The Crime Report, 07.06.2022

The Other First Responders

James Van Bramer

EurekAlert!, 07.06.2022

California’s ‘red flag’ law utilized for 58 threatened mass shootings

University of California - Davis Health

EurekAlert!, 07.06.2022

New study shows welfare prevents crime, quite dramatically

Oxford University Press USA

The Conversation, 07.06.2022

As one of Vladimir Putin’s closest advisers on Ukraine, Nicolai Patrushev spreads disinformation and outlandish conspiracy theories

Susanne Sternthal

Security Week, 08.06.2022

It Doesn't Pay to Pay: Study Finds Eighty Percent of Ransomware Victims Attacked Again

Kevin Townsend

The Conversation, 08.06.2022

Depp v. Heard verdict is a turning point in discussion of intimate partner violence

Alexandra Lysova

The Conversation, 08.06.2022

Did the assault weapons ban of 1994 bring down mass shootings? Here’s what the data tells us

Michael J. Klein

EurekAlert!, 08.06.2022

More than 90% of cyberattacks are made possible by human error

Universitat Oberta de Catalunya

EurekAlert!, 08.06.2022

Does media exposure influence an individual’s risk of radicalization?

Publication Wiley

EurekAlert!, 08.06.2022

A new Stanford study shows benefits to dispatching mental health specialists in nonviolent 911 emergencies

Stanford University

College of Policing, 08.06.2022

Being a Prevent officer

Sergeant Andy Webb

The Conversation, 08.06.2022

US tragedies from guns have often – but not always – spurred political responses

Robert Spitzer

Clarksdale Press, 08.06.2022

Opinion: The high cost of homicides

Blockworks, 08.06.2022

Japan Revisits Organized Crime Law, Considers Seizures of Illicit Cryptoassets

Bessie Liu

The Atlantic, 08.06.2022

How San Francisco Became a Failed City

Nellie Bowles

Education Week, 09.06.2022

After Uvalde Shooting, Build Up Current School Mental Health Efforts, Groups Urge Congress

Evie Blad

Ark Valley Voice, 09.06.2022

What can Individuals do about School Shootings?

Jill Carstens

New York Times, 09.06.2022

Aware of Injuries Inside, Uvalde Police Waited to Confront Gunman

J. David Goodman

The Conversation, 09.06.2022

Blaming ‘evil’: a philosophical paradox, unpacked

Elise Springer

The Conversation, 09.06.2022

Thin-skinned blue line: Police fight against defunding, showing their true colours

Shiri Pasternak, Kevin Walby

Montreal Gazette, 09.06.2022

Too young to die: Moving beyond 'cops, courts and corrections'

T'Cha Dunlevy

Washington Post, 09.06.2022

What will keep ships — and people — safer in the Gulf of Guinea?

Brandon Prins, Aaron Gold, Anup Phayal, Simon Rotzer, Curie Maharani, Sayed Riyadiand Kayla Marie Ren, 09.06.2022

Empirical link between fatal police violence and structural racism

Elin Andersson

Loss Prevention Media, 09.06.2022

Leveraging Situational Crime Prevention to Combat Retail Crime and Loss

Read Hayes

London Review of Books Vol. 44 No. 11, 09.06.2022

You got up and you died’

Madeleine Schwartz

New York Times, 10.06.2022

‘We All Have a Duty to Ensure That What Happened on Jan. 6 Never Happens Again’

Foreign Policity, 10.06.2022

Ukraine’s ‘Nuremberg Moment’ Amid Flood of Alleged Russian War Crimes

Robbie Gramer, Amy Mackinnon

The Crime Report, 10.06.2022

Red Flag Laws Called ‘Common Sense’ Approach to Gun Violence

Audrey Nielsen

The New Yorker, 11.06.2022

How Did Guns Get So Powerful?

Phil Klay

New York Times, 11.06.2022

Jan. 6 Committee Appears to Lay Out Road Map for Prosecuting Trump

Peter Baker and Katie Benner

TimothyDSnyder on Twitter, 11.06.2022

Russia has a hunger plan. Vladimir Putin is preparing to starve much of the developing world as the next stage in his war in Europe.

Timothy Snyder

The Guardian, 12.06.2022

The Guardian view on policing protest: the wrong approach

The Conversation, 12.06.2022

‘All these people with lived experience are not being heard’: what family violence survivors want policy makers to know

Sarah Moulds

Rolling Stone, 12.06.2022

‘They’re Wiping Us From Earth’: Evading Russian Artillery With a Ukrainian Military Unit

Mac William Bishop

Psychology Today, 13.06.2022

School Shooters: A Path From Humiliation to Gun Violence

Suzanne B. Phillips, Ekua Hagan

MIT Technology Review, 13.06.2022

Marseille’s battle against the surveillance state

Fleur Macdonald

The Conversation, 13.06.2022

Alcohol is becoming more common in sexual assault among college students

Mary P. Koss

The Conversation, 13.06.2022

‘Show’ trial of foreign fighters in Donetsk breaks with international law – and could itself be a war crime

Robert Goldman

EurekaAlert!, 13.06.2022

Extreme weather and climate events likely to drive increase in violence towards women, girls, and sexual and gender minorities

University of Cambridge

EurekaAlert!, 13.06.2022

Police lethal violence against Black people may affect clearance of crimes involving Black victims

American Society of Criminology

Seattle Times, 13.06.2022

Life for ‘How to Murder Your Husband’ author in spouse death

The Associated Press

New York Times, 13.06.2022

The Bloody Echoes of Babyn Yar

Max Strasser

New York Times, 13.06.2022

Who Will Remember the Horrors of Ukraine?

Linda Kinstler, 13.06.2022

Amnesty says Russia guilty of war crimes in Kharkiv shelling

refinery29, 13.06.2022

In The Metaverse, Sexual Assault Is Very Real — So What Can We Do Legally?

Katherine Singh

Johns Hopkins University, 13.06.2022

Debunking myths about gun violence

Lindsay Smith Rogers

The Conversation, 13.06.2022

Cannabis tourism: how a new travel trend is taking off

Michael O'Regan

The Conversation, 13.06.2022

Johnny Depp v Amber Heard: what to understand about intimate partner abuse before taking sides

Sarah Tatton

The Conversation, 13.06.2022

Ukraine war: why popular resistance is a big problem for Russia

Christopher Morris

Axios, 14.06.2022

Washington police agencies buck trend of not reporting crime data

Melissa Santos

Arkansas Times, 14.06.2022

School safety: Research says armed police don’t reduce school shootings, but they opened the discussion at a school safety commission today

Max Brantley

The Conversation, 14.06.2022

Facial recognition technology: how it’s being used in Ukraine and why it’s still so controversial

Felipe Romero Moreno

The Conversation, 14.06.2022

Elder abuse comes in many forms – appropriate Adult Protective Services referrals can help reduce mistreatment

Marian Liu

EurekaAlert!, 14.06.2022

Suicide rates didn’t increase during pandemic

Stellenbosch University

The Conversation, 14.06.2022

When all else fails to explain American violence, blame a rapper and hip-hop music

A.D. Carson

New York Times, 14.06.2022

Jagoda Marinic

News Statesman, 14.06.2022

Angela Merkel’s self-justification on Russia does not add up

Jeremy Cliffe

Time, 16.06.2022

8-Month-Old Babies Recognize Wrongdoers and Seek to Punish Them

Jeffrey Kluger

Washington Post, 16.06.2022

Cash raised after mass shootings doesn’t always go to victim families

Tom Jackman

The Conversation, 16.06.2022

Strip searches are ineffective, unnecessary and target racialized Canadians

Monika Lemke

EurekaAlert!, 16.06.2022

Child abuse evaluations in emergency departments drop during pandemic, but reason unclear

Ann & Robert H. Lurie

EurekaAlert!, 16.06.2022

Us versus them: Harming the ‘outgroup’ is linked to elevated activity in the brain’s reward circuitry

Virginia Commonwealth University

Verve Times, 16.06.2022

Do Psychiatric Meds and War Games Lead to Mass Shootings?

Monica Lozano

The Guardian, 20.06.2022

Crimes against civilians: documenting the scale of abuse in Ukraine

By Lorenzo Tondo, Emma Graham-Harrison and Isobel Koshiw

EurekaAlert!, 21.06.2022

England-wide study first to show link between intimate partner violence, self-harm and suicidality in both men and women

City University London

EurekaAlert!, 22.06.2022

Study links obsessive passion and social alienation to support for political violence

University of Córdoba

Reporters without borders, 22.06.2022

EurekaAlert!, 23.06.2022

Fewer youth attempt suicide in states with hate crime laws

American Psychological Association

The Conversation, 24.06.2022

Will closing the ‘boyfriend loophole’ in gun legislation save lives? Here’s what the research says

April M. Zeoli

EurekaAlert!, 24.06.2022

Extreme risk protection orders to prevent mass shootings: What does the research show?

Davis Health

EurekaAlert!, 24.06.2022

How intimate partner violence affects custody decisions

University of Illinois College of Agricultural

The Guardian, 26.06.2022

With the end of Roe, the US edges closer and closer to civil war

Stephen Marche

The Conversation, 27.06.2022

Facial recognition is on the rise – but the law is lagging a long way behind

Mark Andrejevic , Gavin JD Smith