A REVIEW OF RISK MANAGEMENT APPROACHES RELEVANT TO TERRORISM AND RADICALISATION
It is well established that terrorism is extremely rare when compared to other forms of violent crime which means the number of individuals convicted of terrorism are small and fewer still are caught, convicted and released (Monahan, 2012; RTI International, 2018).
The purpose of this review was to examine the literature relating to risk assessment as well as risk factors for terrorism, extremism and radicalisation
A REVIEW OF RISK ASSESSMENT TOOLS AND RISK FACTORS RELEVANT TO TERRORISM AND RADICALISATION
Assessing the risk posed by terrorists and violent extremists is important, as it cannot be assumed that all terrorists pose the same risk of serious harm (Hall, 2020). The purpose of this review was to examine the literature relating to risk assessment as well as risk factors for terrorism, extremism and radicalisation.
ASSESSING VIOLENCE RISK: A FRAMEWORK FOR PRACTICE
PUBLISHED MAY 2008
The main aim of this report is to assess the usefulness of risk assessment instruments for violence. The assessment is conducted in two ways, first by reviewing the empirical evaluations of predictive accuracy and, second by surveying practitioner opinions about usefulness.
SERIOUS VIOLENT OFFENDERS – DEVELOPING A RISK ASSESSMENT FRAMEWORK
PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 2007
The findings from this report suggest that the ‘subtlety of violence’ is indeed a challenge to both risk classification, assessment and management, but the strong commitment within and between agencies should further the aims of multi-agency arrangements such as MAPPA and build on the success of MAPPA to date in addressing the needs of offenders, agency personnel and the wider public.