This is a round-up of what CREST has been up to in September 2020. Stay up to date with all our work by signing up to the CREST newsletter.
Community Reporting On Terrorism: Bystanders Versus Social Intimates
Why Do People Share Disinformation On Social Media?
Taking Decisions About Information Value
Farewell and thanks
SPRITE+ Sandpit Projects Announced
SPRITE+ is delighted to announce the projects funded via its virtual sandpit on ‘Trust, Identity, Privacy, and Security in the post-Covid Digital Economy’, which took place in July this year.
Behavioural Analysis Week Online 2020
5th – 8th October 2020
A week of online presentations and panel discussions examine how negative intent can be identified through tactical risk analysis and non-racial profiling. Speakers are a blend of security practitioners and academics who will share the latest research and industry best practice. Now online, the event will be accessible both live and as recorded sessions. See the programme here.
Neil Ferguson & James W. McAuley, 2020. Staying engaged in terrorism: narrative accounts of sustaining participation in violent extremism. Frontiers in psychology.
Aikaterini Grimani, Anna Gavine and Wendy Moncur, 2020. An evidence synthesis of strategies, enablers and barriers for keeping secrets online regarding the procurement and supply of illicit drugs. International Journal of Drug Policy https://doi.org/10.1016/j.drugpo.2019.102621
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