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  • Organized Cybercrime: Not Your Average Mafia

    Organized Cybercrime: Not Your Average Mafia

    Wednesday, January 22, 2020
    New research is one of the first to identify common attributes of cybercrime networks, revealing how these groups function and work together to cause an estimated $445-600 billion of harm globally per year. Read More News
  • DHS Issues Strategy to Combat Human Trafficking

    DHS Issues Strategy to Combat Human Trafficking

    Wednesday, January 22, 2020
    The Department of Justice held a Summit on Combating Human Trafficking last week at which the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) unveiled a first-of-its-kind long-term strategy for what the United States has declared a national priority. Read More News
  • Study: Attentiveness, Trust Especially Effective in Combating Juvenile Crime

    Study: Attentiveness, Trust Especially Effective in Combating Juvenile Crime

    Tuesday, January 21, 2020
    Coming from a disadvantaged background, experiencing violence within the family, having a negative school environment or consuming violent media have little or no direct influence on potential criminal behavior among adolescents, but do result in young people regarding violent acts as harmless. Read More News
  • Survivors of Firearm Violence Experience 'Alarming' Long-term Trauma

    Survivors of Firearm Violence Experience 'Alarming' Long-term Trauma

    Tuesday, January 21, 2020
    A new study found that 6-to-12 months after traumatic injury, rates of chronic pain, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other poor physical and mental health outcomes were alarmingly high among survivors of firearm violence—even higher than among survivors who had sustained similar injuries in motor vehicle crashes. Read More News
  • Drug Epidemic Likely Killing More Americans Than Previously Thought

    Drug Epidemic Likely Killing More Americans Than Previously Thought

    Tuesday, January 21, 2020
    As the drug epidemic began to unfold in the United States, deaths classified as drug-related for 15- to 64-year-olds hit 9% in 2016, up from about 4% seven years prior. But new research suggests drug-associated mortality in this country is actually more than double that. Read More News
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