The purpose of this group is to bring together research from across the disciplines interested contributing to and researching counter-terrorism through the lens of public policy.
The overall aim is to engage with and inform national and international counter-terrorism debates, through evidence based research.
The group takes holistic approaches to counter-terrorism policy and focuses on the following four key areas:
Further, this group promotes joint research projects between its members and provides a forum in which members can support each other in obtaining research funding. The group also aims to work on collaborative publications including journal articles, and edited collections.
The challenges of preventing violent extremism in mainly white and rural areas of Lincolnshire — Awarded £3,000 by College Research Fund (University of Lincoln) in 2016
Skoczylis, J & Andrews, S (2016) Has Prevent the Prevent policy been complicit in creating spaces where extremism can flourish? Radicalisation and Violent Extremism: Society, Identity and Security Conference – University of Leeds
Skoczylis, J (2016) Counter-Terrorism and Society: The contradiction of the surveillance state; Understanding the relationship between communities, the state and society. In S Romaniuk & F Grice. Palgrave Handbook of Global Counter-Terrorism. Palgrave: London
Skoczylis, J. & Bartolucci, V. (2016) Counter-Terrorism in the United Kingdom: Policies and Practices. In S Romaniuk & F Grice. Palgrave Handbook of Global Counter Terrorism. Palgrave: London
Skcozylis, J (2015) The local Prevention of Terrorism: Strategy and Practice in the fight against terrorism. Palgrave: London
Razak, A.; Rehman, J. & Skoczylis, J. (2015) ‘Prevent policies and laws’ in C Walker, and G Lennon, Handbook of Law and Terrorism. Routledge
Skoczylis, J (2015) Tackling extremism in Britain: Challenging Cameron’s ideas. Just West Yorkshire