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O’Rawe, Mary

Preventing Ideological Violence

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Mary O’Rawe, P. Daniel Silk, Basia Spalek

2. The Role of Communities and Police in Preventing Ideological Violence: Considering the Literature, Policies, and Potential
Mary O’Rawe, P. Daniel Silk, Basia Spalek

3. The Sociopolitical Contexts Affecting Police-Community Engagement in Northern Ireland, Britain, and the United States
Tara Lai Quinlan, Basia Spalek, Mary O’Rawe

4. Police, Community, Conflict, and Context: Some Thoughts on British Muslim and Irish Comparisons
Mark Mcgovern

5. The Muslim Safety Forum: Senior Police and Muslim Community Engagement During the War on Terror
Robert Lambert

6. Communities and Policing in Transition: The Northern Ireland Experience
Noel Rooney, Liam Maskey

7. Making Sense of Models of Community-Police Engagements in North Belfast
John Loughran

8. Lessons Learned from Loyalist-Police Engagement in Northern Ireland: The Connect Program
Winston Irvine

9. Prevent and Police-Community Partnerships in Birmingham
Zubeda Limbada

10. Community Partnerships Thwart Terrorism
Deborah Ramirez, Tara Lai Quinlan, Sean P. Malloy, Taylor Shutt

11. Pioneers Always Take the Arrows: Lapd Outreach to Muslim Communities in Los Angeles
Mark G. Stainbrook

12. Hearing Community Voices to Identify Best Practices: Building Antiterrorism Partnerships with American Muslims
Alejandro J. Beutel

13. Building Bridges: The Experience of Leaders in Detroit, Michigan
Ihsan Alkhatib

14. Lessons Learned and Best Practices: The Outreach Efforts of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Community Policing Method with Emphasis on the Muslim Community
Mike Abdeen

15. Conclusion
P. Daniel Silk, Mary O’Rawe, Basia Spalek

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Political Theory, Political Philosophy, International Relations, Terrorism and Political Violence, Political Communication, Political Science

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2013
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
International Law, Crime and Politics
Page amount
281 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137290380
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-45052-7

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