SCI Director Dr. Erroll Southers joined a panel to discuss the challenges of addressing hate speech online.
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The discussion facilitated a better understanding of challenges and misconceptions law enforcement and community members face.
SCI Director Dr. Erroll Southers and Malcolm Nance discuss implications for national security and the Trump presidency.
SCI’s LEAD Program is helping police build greater credibility and trust with the communities they serve.
The USC Center of Excellence report is the culmination of a one-year study conducted by researchers at the University of Southern California and the University of Nebraska-Omaha.
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.
Graduates of the USC LEAD Program presented research projects on homelessness, youth and families, gangs and drugs, vulnerable populations, internal quality improvement, and building community trust.
SCI Director Dr. Erroll Southers spoke with USC Annenberg Media about school safety and preparedness in an era of school shootings.
SCI Director Dr. Erroll Southers spoke with the Washington Post about the Florida law requiring schools in the state to employ a “safe-school officer” to guard against active shooters.
If you’re studying extremism among Somali-Americans in Minnesota, you may head straight for Cedar-Riverside—and you’d be wrong to do so. Here’s why.