Historically, countering terrorism has been something that security services have carried out on behalf of the state, without community consultation or consent. Since 9/11 however, this tradition has increasingly been questioned and the idea that communities have the potential to defeat al Qaeda - related or influenced terrorism has gained ascendency across policy, security and other contexts. Based on research in the US, Britain and Northern Ireland, this book examines the involvement of Muslim and other communities in terror crime prevention work, exploring the complexities of community invo.
FC; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Preface; 1. Terror Crime Prevention with Communities: Trust, Community and Counter-Terrorism; an Introduction; 2. Credibility in Counter-Terrorism Practice; 3. Community Policing within a Counter-Terrorism Context: Understanding Police and Community Engagement; 4. Citizenship, Responsibilisation and Trust in Counter-Terrorism; 5. Police and Community Engagement and Partnerships for Counter-Terrorism; 6. Understanding Emotions in Counter-Terrorism Practice; 7. Governing Terror; 'Top-down' and 'Bottom-up' Approaches to Counter-Terrorism.
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