The coronavirus is a global threat, but violent extremists aren’t standing down. Neither can we.
On February 19, 2020, SCI and the USC Black Alumni Association held a panel discussion with current and former African American chiefs of police.
In January, SCI hosted a screening of the short film, “Breaking and Entering: Women of the LAPD.”
During his presidency, George Washington outlined his vision for national security. How has his vision manifested more than 200 years later?
The digital summit brought together experts to discuss violent extremism in America.
With attacks on schools and houses of worship, is nothing sacred anymore? Is there hope? Yes.
When it comes to gun violence, we have options, but they require leadership.
SCI Fellow Dr. Doron Pely recently published a paper in the Negotiation Journal, “The Culture of Interest: A Proposed Addition and Revision of the Three-Culture Model.”
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 discussion facilitated a better understanding of challenges and misconceptions law enforcement and community members face.