Posts Tagged ‘terrorism’

May 17th, 2022

USC Experts Discuss How a Violent Weekend Renews Attention on Hate, Guns and Terrorism

  The threat at home: extremists and terrorism Erroll Southers is an expert on domestic terrorism and former FBI official who wrote the book “Homegrown Violent Extremism” in which he discusses the threat of terrorism from extremist individuals and groups in the United States – i.e. “homegrown terrorism”. Southers is the USC Associate Senior Vice President […]

September 9th, 2020

Study: Long after 9/11, Americans still willing to pay more for counterterrorism, anti-crime security at venues

A USC study shows that Americans are more inclined to attend events at arenas and convention centers with counterterrorism or anti-crime security measures despite sacrificing convenience and privacy. Contact: Emily Gersema, gersema@usc.edu or (213) 712-3168 In the 19 years that have passed since Sept. 11, 2001, Americans have seen significant increases in counterterrorism security in public venues, […]