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Prisoner Responses to Terrorism: Online Radicalisation Proposal

PRISON RESPONSES TO TERRORISM: Online De-radicalisation Proposal

Community Justice Coalition Discussion Paper: 19 December 2016. Comments to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., P.O. Box 345, Broadway, NSW 2007, www.communityjusticecoalition.org.
Disclaimer: This discussion paper does not necessarily represent the views of the CJC.

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Table of Contents

Executive Summary    3
1.0 DEFINING RADICALISATION    5
1.1 ASSESSING THE CURRENT TERRORISM THREAT    5
1.2 ASSESSING THE THREAT OF PRISON RADICALISATION    6
2.0 FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO RADICALISATION   8
2.1 SUMMARY   8
2.1.1 WHAT ARE THE SUCCESS RATES OF DE-RADICALISATION?    9
2.1.2 ONLINE COUNSELLING   10
PrisonPC – Australian Capital Territory   11
New Zealand – Auckland South Corrections Facility   11
2.2 THEORISTS' MODELS    12
2.2.1 HORGAN    12
2.2.2 MCCAULEY AND MOSKALENKO    12
2.2.3 MOGHADDAM   14
2.3 SOCIOECONOMICS   15
2.4 SOCIAL ENVIRONMENTS    15
3.0 RELEVANT AUSTRALIAN LEGISLATION    17
4.0 CURRENT VIEWS ON THE DE-RADICALISATION PROCESS    19
5.0 EXISTING DE-RADICALISATION PROGRAMS   21
5.1 AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND PROGRAMS [IN PRISONS AND HOSPITALS]   21
5.1.1 SUMMARY   21
5.1.2 NATIONAL   22
5.1.3 NSW   22
5.1.4 VICTORIA    23
5.1.5 PRISM     23
5.2 PROGRAMS IN OVERSEAS JURISDICTIONS    23
5.2.1 GENERAL    23
5.2.2 DENMARK   24
5.2.3 IRAQ [ADMINISTERED BY THE US]    25
5.2.4 UNITED KINGDOM    25
5.2.5 PAKISTAN   26
5.2.6 SAUDI ARABIA   26
5.2.7 UNITED NATIONS OFFICE ON DRUGS AND CRIME    27
6.0 EFFECTIVENESS OF DE-RADICALISATION PROGRAMS    28
6.1 INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF ASYMMETRIC CONFLICT   28
6.2 PRISONS AND TERRORISM: ICSR REPORT    28
6.3 EFFECTIVENESS OF NEW PRISM PROGRAM IN AUSTRALIA    29
6.3.1 PRISM IN RELATION TO INTERNATIONAL JURISDICTION PROGRAMS    29
7.0 CONCLUSION    30

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