SCI’s Jessie Redd will serve as the Institute’s interim director.
Terrorists will not stand down after the presidential inauguration, nor will they destroy our democracy.
Preventing homegrown violent extremism must be a national priority, and the United States must take much stronger steps to stop it.
We watched a man killed by police officers while he begged to breathe. The time for talk is over, and the time for change is now.
The coronavirus is a global threat, but violent extremists aren’t standing down. Neither can we.
When it comes to gun violence, we have options, but they require leadership.
The right-wing extremist threat that has been festering and growing for years is now at a critical level of participation and action. The result is terrorism.
The counterterrorism insight from Brenton Tarrant’s horrific actions in New Zealand is not that he is an aberration in right-wing extremism; it’s that he is not.
This year, the Safe Communities Institute embarked on a mission to facilitate and energize a national conversation on school safety.
Without reliable data and a holistic, coordinated effort, we will continue to see regular violence at our nation’s schools.