Operating in the urban environment is increasingly likely as the world becomes increasingly urban. This presents a series of challenges for law enforcement and public safety.
Category: In the News
U.S. Congresswoman Karen Bass joined SCI for a discussion about an FBI document that she is concerned will lead to police violence against black activists.
The narrative that posits terrorism is primarily a tactic of foreign-born extremist Muslims is woefully and dangerously incomplete. It’s time to get our facts straight.
SCI Director Dr. Erroll Southers spoke with The Daily Beast about the implications for FBI Director Christopher Wray if a much-debated memo questioning the Bureau’s integrity is released.
A close examination of the ways communities deal with safety and security challenges demonstrates that some crucial pieces are occasionally missing from the safe community puzzle.
SCI Director Dr. Erroll Southers discussed the selection of the next LAPD chief and the future of the department’s community policing model.
The ECPR Standing Group on Extremism & Democracy invites applications for its upcoming summer school on “Concepts and Methods for Research on Far-Right Politics.”
The ideological themes and cultural narratives underlying Mara Salvatrucha’s evolution have been built upon a foundation of Satanism, occultism, brutality and torture, and rampant criminality.
The homegrown violent extremist threat is growing, and SCI is engaging new initiatives to help address it.
The Flemish Peace Institute has released a new book, De-radicalisation: Scientific Insights for Policy, looking at research on radicalization and exploring the policies and practices that can address trends in extremism.