This manual by FAIR is designed to help prison staff to identify early warning signs of radicalisation. Moreover, it provides possible solutions and exemplary cases.
This Handbook by EURehabChildren focuses on rehabilitation practices in a variety of countries, including Italy, Germany, Portugal and Turkey. It enables a comparison of the different practices and analyses their efficiency.
The OSCE´s website on countering terrorism provides a variety of resources and manuals on how to engage with the different aspects of the terrorist threat.
The website of the ICT has accumulated articles and resources on terrorism and counter-terrorism. Additionally, it offers threat assessment and advisory.
The UN´s support website provides civil society, governmental and inter-governmental resources and contacts for victims of terrorism.
The website Victim Support Europe is designed to provide information and support to victims of terrorist attacks. It also provides contacts to local groups or agencies dedicated to support those who suffered from terrorism.
This analysis of the Global Counterterrorism Forum analysed the terror-crime nexus. Furthermore, it provides suggestions on how to monitor and counter this nexus.
This Handbook by the UNDOC provides guidance on how to make organised crime threat assessments. As such, it supports the analysis of risk factors, crime types perpetrators and their networks or organisations.
This guidebook by the OSCE outlines the concept of Intelligence-Led policing, designed to tackle organised crime.
The Global Initiative against organised crime offers a variety of news, articles and other sources focused on transnational organised crime.
This Handbook focuses on cyber- crime and terrorism. It offers guidelines on how to investigate these threats and is supported by case studies.
The mediator guide by the IIASA provides general guidelines on negotiations with terrorists.