Finding 1: There Is No Single USG Definition of LWTFinding 2: Four Measurable Trends in Lone Wolf TerrorismFinding 3: Profiling Lone Wolf Terrorists is IneffectiveFinding 4: Lone Wolves Follow a Similar Radicalization and Mobilization PathFinding 5: Existing Typologies Fail to Explain Why Lone Wolves Act AloneFinding 6: Challenges in Identifying Lone Wolves Using Traditional Law Enforcement TacticsFinding 7: Law Enforcement Responses Can Result in Community MistrustFinding 8: The US Lacks a “Whole of Government” ApproachRecommendation One: Adopt a Standard DefinitionRecommendation Two: Appoint Clear Leadership over Lone Wolf TerrorismRecommendation Three: Emphasize Preventing and Short Circuiting Radicalization
Sunday, June 12, 2016
Lone Wolf Terrorism: Shooting at Gay Nightclub Kills 50, Wounds 53 in Worst Mass Shooting in U.S. History
Nearly a year ago our students' National Security Critical Issues Task Force published this report on Lone Wolf Terrorism. We really have to work harder on this problem. http://
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