Protocol: Multiagency programmes with police as a partner for reducing radicalisation to violence

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Mazerolle, L
Cherney, A
Eggins, E
Higginson, A
Hine, L
Belton, E
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Violent radicalisation is a complex problem, complicated by the lack of a clear terrorist profile and variation in the risk factors that predict violent extremism across individuals and groups (Campelo, Oppetit, Neau, Cohen, & Bronsard, 2018; Carlsson et al., 2020; Desmarais, Simons-Rudolph, Brugh, Schilling, & Hoggan, 2017; Wolfowicz, Litmanovitz, Weisburd, & Hasisi, 2019). While models of understanding radicalisation vary (Borum, 2015; Christmann, 2012; Desmarais et al., 2017; Horgan, 2008; Koehler, 2017; Kruglanski, Bélanger, & Gunaratna, 2019; Sarma, 2017), it is broadly defined as the process by which a person adopts extremist views and moves towards committing a violent act (Irwin, 2015; Jensen, Atwell Seate, & James, 2018).

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Mazerolle, L; Cherney, A; Eggins, E; Higginson, A; Hine, L; Belton, E, Protocol: Multiagency programmes with police as a partner for reducing radicalisation to violence, Campbell Systematic Reviews, 2020, 16 (3), pp. e1110
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