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2017

Vikings fan sues Minneapolis Police, City claiming excessive force, KSTP-TV, August 9.

Officer training fund won't be named for Castile, KSPT-TV, July 28.

Investigation continues into Justine Damond's shooting death in US, New Zealand Herald, July 25.

Justine Ruszczyk’s killer was on Minneapolis police fast track, The Australian, July 25.

Bizarre street signs go up in the wake of Justine Damond’s shooting death in US, News.com.au, July 25.

Background interview, Associated Press, July 24.

Minnesota cop who fatally shot Australian woman was ‘fast-tracked’ into the force, Fox News, July 24.

New questions raised about Minneapolis cop's training, CBS This Morning, July 24.

Officer who shot dead bride-to-be outside her Minneapolis home only had seven months training after he was fast-tracked through the police cadet program, Daily Mail, July 23.

Fast-track training put officer Noor on Mpls. police, Star Tribune, July 23. Syndicated at Officer.com.

Road to becoming a police officer unique in Minnesota, KSTP-TV, July 19. 

Criminal justice expert shocked by police shooting, KSTP-TV, July 17.

There are good policing rules—Why won't officers use them with people of color?, Yes Magazine, June 28.

Escalating demands on police require additional training, ECM Post Review, May 7.

For those aging out of Twin Cities gang life, retirement is no time to kick back, Star Tribune, February 15.

2016

Do college grads make better cops? Post Bulletin, December 19.

Black Market: Dispatches (Crime Towers, Season 1, Episode 8), Viceland, October 11.

Take the money and run, Time Warner Cable News, Charlotte, NC., September 4.

Study window, China Women's News, August 16.

Background interview, Minnesota Public Radio, August 3.

Are police being taught to pull the trigger too fast? National Public Radio (NPR), July 15.

Background interview, APM Reports, July 13.

Schools project hailed for cutting gang violence, Evening Standard, May 19.

Appeal lost, Detroit Jewish News, April 28.

Feds outline student aid fraud, charges to come?, Detroit Free Press, March 24.

Pilot project seeks ways to build police-community trust, Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder, January 27.

Drugs gangs recruiting nine-year-olds, research suggests, BBC, January 13.

Fears grow over gangs' exploitation of women and young people, The Guardian, January 13.

Gangs lure children under nine with new trainers and tracksuits, The Telegraph, January 13.

Rural and coastal towns to receive new Government support to tackle gang violence, The Independent, January 13.

Urban gangs recruit children under nine, Daily Mail, January 13.

Gangs 'force girls to think group sex is normal', Home Office report warns, Evening Standard, January 13.

Children under 9 ‘are being used as drug runners', Metro, January 13.

2015

Family killings frustrate domestic violence groups, Minnesota Public Radio (MPR), September 16.

The Colleen and Bradley Show (hour 2, time 1.02–12.02), myTalk 107.1, September 15.

Background interview, The Advocate, February 18.

Background interview, The Economist, January 13.

2014

Sentencing of NY gang members unlikely to be last chapter in Harlem, Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, December 16.

L'EI, c'est le gang de rue sous stéroïdes, 7Sur7, October 7.

Meet and greet: Dr. James Densley, RSA United States, September.

Opposites attract: Cops, troubled teens go fishingKSTP-TV, July 7.

2013

Dr. James Densley hangs with gangs, KFAI Radio Without Borders, September 4.

Apparent victim of St. Paul gang beating is out of a coma, St. Paul Pioneer Press, August 12.

Illegal gun sales: Smarter enforcement, Savannahnow / Savannah Morning News, May 20.

Alumni Dr James Densley visits the University of Northampton to talk about his new book, University of Northampton, May 14.

Getting away with murder, Trinidad and Tobago Newsday, March 18. 

2012

What Stringer Bell can teach us about gangs, The Society Pages, December 19.

Chicago gang threatens to kill Minnesota police officer, KSTP-TV, October 31.

Olímpica, Londres ainda teme reedição de onda de revoltas após um ano, Folha de S.Paulo, August 5.

The evolution of London street gangs, Mind Hacks, April 5

Police and hospitals attack knife and gun crime, Constabulary, March 27.

Met Police to track London gun injuries with A&E data, BBC London News, March 24.

Metropolitan Police knife crime DVD aimed at children, BBC London News, March 23.

The management of knife injuries, The Surgical Foundation, March 23.

Girls in gangs warned of rape risk, Daily Express, February 10.

Girls raped by their own gang members to receive victims fund, Huffington Post, February 10.

Scheme launched to support gang victims, Channel 4 News, February 10.

Government targets sexual abuse of girls in gangs, The Guardian, February 9.

Double take, BBC Radio 5 Live, February 5.

2011

St. Paul employs ‘smarter, not softer’ approach to gangs, St. Paul Pioneer Press, December 3.

After the riots, London police tackle gangs, The Washington Post, November 4, 2011.

Met working with schools in bid to offer an escape route, Evening Standard, October 31.

Anti-gang lessons for nine-year-olds: police to shock pupils over knife crime, Evening Standard, August 30. Syndicated in The Times of India and Corriere della Sera, Italy

London riots: primary school children ‘fight tournaments’ for gangs aged 10, The Telegraph, August 26. Syndicated in USEC Network International Magazine

Mob rules: Six steps to gang survival, The Sun, August 19.

Groupie sex and extreme violence key to gang membership, report shows, Metro, August 19.

Gangs dürstet nach Gewalt, N-TV, August 19. Syndicated in Süddeutsche Zeitung and Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung.

Riots are a cry for help, says ex-London gang leader, Reuters, August 12. Syndicated in Baltimore Sun, Chicago Tribune, El Informador, The Province, Vancouver Sun, Yahoo!

Gang warfare, Inside Track: The Magazine of the Home Office, May/June.

2010

Stab victim surgeons to give warnings in classrooms, Evening Standard, November 25.

2009

A baby ASBO, BBC Radio 4, May 11.

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