Terrorist prisoner rehabilitation - Andrew Silke: Combating Jihadist Terror Episode 2

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In this special episode of Combating Jihadist Terrorism, CoJiT Editorial Director, Dr Richards speaks to Professor Andrew Silke, a highly regarded authority in terrorism studies (with over 100 publications) who holds the Chair in Terrorism, Risk and Resilience at Cranfield University’s Forensic Institute. Professor Silke gives his understanding of the key take-aways from the inquest into the attack at a prisoner’s rehabilitation conference at Fishmonger’s Hall, London Bridge in November 2019. In particular, Professor Silke he addresses issues around the effectiveness of prison risk assessments and prison rehabilitation for terrorist prisoners, as well as identifying possible future avenues for research.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 28 Feb 2022


  • terrorism
  • terrorists
  • violent extremism
  • prison
  • risk assessment
  • re-offending
  • rehabilitation
  • disengagement
  • deradicalisation
  • deradicalisation programmes

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