Policing & Preventing Terrorism around the Globe

Edited by: Shlomo Giora Shoham, Joshua D. Freilich

This invaluable resource is written by leading international experts of policing and terrorism prevention. The contributors provide an in-depth analysis of the dilemmas, challenges, and solutions faced by police departments and law enforcement bodies in their efforts to counter local and global terrorism. The chapters cover terrorism and the policing of terrorism in various countries, such as the US, Palestine, Columbia, Turkey, Korea, and Malta. Table of Contents: Female Perpetrators of Palestinian Terrorist Attacks with a Special Reference to Their Socio-Cultural Position: An Exploratory Empirical Examination * The Concept of Social Equilibrium and Its Application to Policing Terrorism in the United States * Policing Terrorism in Colombia * Dynamics of Terrorism in Turkey * Threat from and Policing against Global Salafi Terrorism in the Republic of Korea: A Story from the Eastern Front * Policing Terrorism in Malta * Post-9/11 United States' Airport Security Changes and Displacement * Situational Crime Prevention Applied to Ricin and Bioterrorism. (Series: Israel Studies in Criminology - Vol. 11)


184 pages

Publication Date: 4/15/2013
Format: Cloth
ISBN: 9781897160497