Technology to Support Release Decisions of Incarcerated Extremists
This project will examine how well a wide ideological range of extremists reintegrated back into local communities following their release from prisons.
It also seeks to determine how effective current risk assessment tools are.
Most of the released population being studied were never charged under federal terrorism laws but with associated crimes of violence. The goal is to improve rehabilitation before and after prison and reduce the potential for future terrorist activities.
(University of Nebraska Omaha)
- Joel Elson
- Gina Ligon
- Gaylene Armstrong