Developing counter- and alternative narratives together with local communities
The RAN paper examines the key pillars of effective communications and considers, which of them require localised elements for developing counter- and alternative narratives.
Roles of Women in countering Terrorism and CVE
The edited volume, compiled by Hedayah and the Global Center on Cooperative Security, offers a comprehenive overiew of the role of women in CVE projects and initiatives.
Practical Guide to the Deradicalisation of Youngsters
The FORUM guide offers a step by step manual for municipalities and their partners, like LEAs and youth workers, to develop their own local deradicalisation approach. It focuses on extreme right-wing youth.
Mental Health Response to Mass Violence and Terrorism: A Field Guide
This manual by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services offers guidelines to first responders in assisting survivors of terrorism and their families. It focuses on psychological assistance.
Good Practices on Community Engagement and Community-Oriented Policing as Tools to Counter Violent Extremism
This short guide by the Global Counter Terrorism Forum provides a list of good practices to establish a localised community-policing approach to tackle terrorism.
Planning for incidents and emergencies
This guide by the Health and Safety executive provides information and advice to keep events safe while planning for an emergency.
Individuals at risk of being drawn into Serious and Organised Crime – a Prevent Guide
This document by the Strategic Centre for Organised Crime supports the identification of individuals vulnerable to or at risks of joining organised crime.
Responses to returnees: Foreign terrorist fighters and their families
This RAN manual deals with the problematic of terrorists returning from for instance Syria to Europe. It offers and analyses responses and means of reintegration, while generally outlining the issue.
Crowded Places Guidance
This guide published by the british NaCTSO contains advice and guidance for those owning a or working in a “crowded place”, for instance cinemas or hospitals. It aims to reduce the potential threat of terrorism for these places and those working there.
Crisis Management for terrorist related events
This manual by the CPNI and the CIPR informs and educates hosts and participants of events about how to respond to terrorist incidents. Further, it deals with the crisis management aspect of such an scenario.
Terrorism and Violent Extremism Awareness Guide
The guide by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police aims to raise awareness and educated about radicalisation, identifying persons at risk and potential signs for terrorist planning.
Reference Manual to Mitigate Potential Terrorist Attacks Against Buildings
The Homeland security manual provides an overview of risk assessment techniques, infrastructure resiliency standards, protective measures, and emerging technologies. It focuses on increasing resilience of buildings against terrorism.