Radical Extremism

  Posted on: Monday, November 5, 2018
The Global Challenge of Countering Violent Extremism in Prisons
HS Today

If there is one issue that today knows no international borders in the corrections world, it is violent extremism. The growth of extremism since the late 1990s has created a dual-faceted challenge: How best to rehabilitate offenders who were sentenced for criminal extremist acts while shielding inmates with no prior history of extremism from indoctrination.



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Radical Extremism:
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4/18/19   Canadian sentenced to life in prison for US airport attack
4/13/19   UK police arrest 4 Sri Lankans for suspected extremist links
4/12/19   Swiss man sentenced for links to Moroccan tourist slayings
3/9/19   Terrorism suspects seeks sentencing break at Ohio hearing
2/25/19   Deradicalization and countering violent extremism
2/21/19   Amid loss of leaders, unknown militant rises in Philippines
2/18/19   Terror suspect to be sent for mental health treatment
2/4/19   North Carolina man sentenced to 15 years in prison for trying to recruit people to launch attacks on behalf of ISIS
1/28/19   3 Men Sent to Prison for Plotting to Bomb Somali Immigrants in Kansas
1/25/19   Police in Canada charge minor with terrorism
1/25/19   Right-wing extremism linked to every 2018 extremist murder in the U.S.
1/22/19   6 Kosovars jailed for joining terror groups
1/14/19   'Counter-Extremism' in Xinjiang: Understanding China's Community-Focused Counterterrorism Tactics
1/14/19   Bosnia charges man with fighting with Islamic State group
1/6/19   Former Substitute Teacher from Texas Reportedly Captured Among ISIS Militants in Syria
12/12/18   Italy police identify IS cell suspected in 2013 kidnapping
12/10/18   Pro-ISIS Magazine Calls Recent Wildfires Divine Punishment Against Anti-ISIS Coalition
11/28/18   How conspiracy theories can kill
11/20/18   10 Reasons Western Women Seek Jihad and Join Terror Groups
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