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New Framework Uses Patterns to Predict Terrorist Behavior

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Government agencies are having difficulty tracking potential terrorist attacks, since terrorists have developed new ways to communicate besides social media. A new framework developed by researchers at Binghamton University, State University of New York is able to predict future terrorist attacks by recognizing patterns in past attacks.

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Modeling of the Universe with Einstein; Learning About the Future From the Distant Past; Particle Zoo in a Quantum Computer and More in the Physics News Source Sponsored by AIP

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Social Psychologist and Black American Studies Professor Yasser Payne Available to Discuss Freddie Gray Verdict

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University of Delaware Black American Studies Professor Yasser Payne is available for interviews to discuss today's not guilty verdict for the van driver in the Freddie Gray case. Payne's interests include street violence, criminal justice and law enforcement and he has conducted research on the streets of Harlem and Wilmington, Delaware.

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Taking Notes Boosts Memory of Jurors, New Study Finds

Jurors who are allowed to take and review notes during court trials are less likely to forget critical evidence, a new University of Liverpool study has found.

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Citizens Academy Helps to ‘Humanize the Badge’

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More than 30 students graduated in June from the UC Santa Cruz Citizens Police Academy

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50 Years of 'Read Him His Rights': Miranda Decision Revolutionized Criminal Law

Fifty years ago this week, June 13, 1966, the Supreme Court handed down its decision in Miranda v. Arizona and changed the course of American criminal justice.

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Using X-Rays for Better IDs of Remains Is Topic of ‘MTSU on the Record’

New science-based standards for identifying human remains based on X-rays was the subject of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program.

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Expert on Dating and Domestic Violence From Johns Hopkins Regarding Stanford Rape Case

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Witnesses Can Catch Criminals by Smell

Move over sniffer dogs, people who witnessed a crime are able to identify criminals by their smell. Police lineups normally rely on sight, but nose-witnesses can be just as reliable as eye-witnesses, new research published in Frontiers in Psychology has found.

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Former Federal Judge @pgcassell, Also a Law Prof @sjquinney & @uutah, Available to Discuss Sentencing of #stanfordrapist.

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DHS Announces $40M Funding Opportunity for New Criminal Investigations Center of Excellence

DHS S&T announced a $40 million funding opportunity for an institution to lead a new DHS Center of Excellence (COE) for Criminal Investigations and Network Analysis.

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More Than a Myth: Drink Spiking Happens

Google the term “spiked drink,” and you’ll get more than 11 million hits, directing you to pages that describe being slipped a mickey, tips on how to avoid becoming a victim and even kits to test drinks for illicit drugs. So is drink spiking a growing problem or are these tales of people who just drank too much? Or is this phenomenon merely an urban legend?

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New Global Initiative Report on Impact of Human Trafficking Released; Based on Babson Webinar Series

Around the world an estimated 20.9 million people are in situations of so-called modern day slavery, or forced labor, at any point of time, according to the new Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime report.

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NYPD, FDNY and DHS Stage Active Shooter Scenario at Brooklyn High School to Test New Technologies

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The NYPD, FDNY and DHS S&T took part in an active shooter exercise May 15 at a Brooklyn high school to evaluate tactics and technologies for responding to and containing rapidly escalating shooting incidents.

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