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1.29 Fear of terrorism in the UK

Academic team: Dr Lara Frumkin
Policing partners: Greater Manchester Police and the Metropolitan Police
Status: In progress

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This project is designed to assess how to predict the UK public's fear of a terrorist attack. The first goal is to determine whether people with certain factors (i.e. high levels of anxiety and/or ethnocentrism) are more likely to be fearful of an attack. A second goal is to provide evidence-based recommendations for law enforcement. The recommendations for working with community members who fear a terrorist attack will be devised by GMP, the Metropolitan police and researchers jointly building on the work the police are already doing.

 

Outputs

Title Outputs type Lead academic Year
Academic paper Academic paper Frumkin, L TBC
Interim report Interim report Frumkin, L TBC
Final report Final report Frumkin, L TBC

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