Reoffending extremists

Steven Lenos
Radicalisation Awareness Network Practitioners
Robert Örell
Independent Expert & Co-leader of the RAN Rehabilitation Working Group
Dr. Susanna Z. Papp
Foresee Research Group
Ole Stageberg
University College of Norwegian Correctional Service (KRUS)

In prison, probation and communities efforts are made to avoid recidivism of extremist offenders, as well as their reengagement in extremist activities. A range of rehabilitation activities are offered from exit work to functional integration assistance such as employment and education measures. Although research indicates that recidivism among this target group is lower than among other offender groups, the potential consequences of reoffending in these cases can be undeniably extreme, as e.g. the recent attacks in Vienna and London have shown. What can practitioners do to manage risk and decrease the likelihood of reoffending as well as false compliance? And how can practice deal with extremists who show no own motivation to change and to engage in rehabilitation efforts? Expert practitioners from RAN Practitioners will share lessons and insights from recent discussions and working group meetings during this webinar.
Vortrag im Rahmen des 26. Deutschen Präventionstages


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Extremism Rehabilitation