Lone-Actor Terrorism Toolkit Paper 1: Practical Guidance for Mental Health Practitioners and Social Workers

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Bakker, E.; Roy, de, van Zuijdewijn J.;
  • Publisher: RUSI; International Centre for Counter-Terrorism - The Hague (ICCT); Leiden University; Chatham House; ISD
  • Identifiers: doi: 10.13140/rg.2.1.2533.9285

The aim of this paper is to draw out practical implications for mental health practitioners and social workers in dealing with Lone-Actor Terrorism. It is not intended to provide a profile of lone-actor terrorists, but rather to offer guidance that may be of use to prac... View more
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    For further discussion regarding this definition and how it was established, please see Edwin Bakker and Jeanine de Roy van Zuijdewijn, 'Lone-Actor Terrorism: Definitional Workshop', RUSI Occasional Papers (December 2015), p. iii.

    See in particular, Clare Ellis et al., 'Lone-Actor Terrorism: Analysis Paper', RUSI Occasional Paper (February 2016); Jeanine de Roy van Zuijdewijn and Edwin Bakker, 'Policy Paper 1: Personal Characteristics of Lone-Actor Terrorists' ICCT, 2016; Simon Palombi and Benoît Gomis, 'Policy Paper 2: Attack Methodology and Logistics' Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies on behalf of Chatham House, 2016; Melanie Smith, Sabine Barton and Jonathan Birdwell, 'Policy Paper 3: Motivations, Political Engagement and online Activity' Institute for Strategic Dialogue, 2016; Clare Ellis and Raffaello Pantucci, 'Policy Paper 4: 'Leakage' and Interaction with Authorities' Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies, 2016.

    Clare Ellis and Raffaello Pantucci, 'Lone-Actor Terrorism: Toolkit Paper 2: Practical Guidance for Security Practitioners', RUSI Occasional Papers (April 2016).

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