Publisher’s description This book presents an in-depth analysis of how statutory and third sector organisations have faced the challenge of dealing with former ‘terrorists’. Offering a theoretically robust, empirically rich[…]
This book focuses on the experiences of the Irish communities as a consequence of legislation brought in to tackle political violence.
‘Suspect Communities’? : Counter-terrorism policy, the press, and the impact on Irish and Muslim communities in Britain
From research into public discourses about Irish and Muslim communities this report provides an important insight into the effects of constructions of ‘suspect’ communities.
This article looks at counter-terrorism policing in relation to police-community engagement and partnership and particularly focuses on the issue of trust.