Knowledge Management Across the Four Counter-Terrorism ‘Ps’
A series of nine reports exploring priority areas of policy and practice that fall within the four pillars of CONTEST (Pursue, Prevent, Protect, Prepare). The series provides a valuable resource for practitioners, policymakers, and researchers interested in the most up-to-date research on key areas of counter-terrorism policy and practice.
Some communities have disproportionately more contact with the counter-terrorism system. Qualitative studies suggest that British Muslims and Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities...Read More »
Terrorism-related simulations have been used for a variety of purposes including testing and validating existing plans and procedures; evaluating performance; improving the capabilities and...Read More »