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
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).