Pre-Incident Indicators of Terrorist Incidents: The Indentification of Behavioral, Geographic, and Temporal Patterns of Preparatory Conduct

Findings from the American Terrorism Study (NIJ grant #1999-IJCX-0005 and DHS/MIPT grant #lO6- 113-2000-064) reveal that unlike traditional criminality, terrorists are much less spontaneous, engage in substantial planning activities, and commit ancillary and preparatory crimes in advance of a terrorist incident. Building on these findings, the goals of the current

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