SCI Instructor Opal Singleton spoke with California law enforcement about human trafficking, gangs, and ways to help communities and young people.
Category: In the News
The security and public safety community has a moral obligation to coordinate initiatives, research and best practices to address the epidemic of school violence.
Like every resource, empathy has its limits, and it’s essential we recognize them before falling into unexpected traps.
Christopher Daniels may have been the first casualty of the FBI’s Black Identity Extremism (BIE) designation—until a U.S. Judge dismissed an indictment and ordered Daniels released.
Safe and Sound Schools has issued its State of School Safety Report for 2018, exploring perceptions of school safety among parents, students, educators, and the general public.
The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services is soliciting applications to fund non-profit pilot projects that contribute to preventing violent extremism.
More must be done to enhance school safety and protect our most important national resource: our students.
SCI’s primary mission is violence prevention, and protecting schools and educational institutions is at the heart of that mission.
SCI Fellow Dr. Doron Pely joined the Cyprus News Digest to discuss his recent seminar on conflict resolution, “The Choreography of Cross-Cultural Negotiations: An Amusing and Sad Israeli-Palestinian Example.”
Better conflict management and resolution mechanisms can reduce marginalization, reduce the impact of incarceration on migrant communities and may even reduce homegrown violent extremism.