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Articles from Countering Terrorism: Integration of Practice and Theory (February 28, 2002)

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Additional issues for practice, training and research. 478
Appendix 1: information management and evaluation. 405
Appendix 2: communications technologies. 376
Appendix 3: community policing models. 439
Appendix 4: psychology of deception. 406
Appendix 5: data mining. 456
Appendix 6: decision trees. 491
Appendix 7: training guide for hate crime training program. Brief Article 228
Appendix 8: psychology of bias. 425
Conference participants. 734
Executive summary. 1567
Introduction: countering terrorism: integration of practice and theory. 586
Preface. Pinizzotto, Anthony J.; Brandon, Susan E.; Mumford, Geoffrey K. 705
Scenario 1: a trustworthy local businessman reports suspicious activity by an apparently Middle Eastern neighbor. 1130
Scenario 2a: a woman contacts her therapist about a friend of her son's "martyrdom mission.". 1257
Scenario 2b: a Palestinian reports to the FBI that a recent suicide bombing in Israel was committed by his brother. 877
Scenario 2c: a teacher tells an officer about her student's father who talks about killing himself "like the people who flew planes into buildings.". 710
Scenario 3a: without links to the local Muslim community, police receive an anonymous call about a conversation in a local mosque about plans to attack an American City. 3326
Scenario 3b: law enforcement must evaluate hoax terrorist threats. They also must construct media statements about possible threats and false alarms. 1598
Scenario 4: three persons are arrested near a nuclear power plant; two refuse to talk and the third (who recently traveled to Indonesia, Yemen and Germany) will talk. 1619
Scenario 5: improvised explosive device material is found in an apartment. The only witness to activity there is an alcoholic in withdrawal. 965
Scenario 6 (a-c): how can law enforcement build effective ties to local Muslim communities, and what can these communities do to mobilize their members to speak out against terrorism? 1443
Scenario 7: effective interview strategies for relatives, friends, or acquaintances of terrorists or suicide bombers. 1346

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