The Role of Criminal Justice in Terrorism
Union Institute and University
CJM 304
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Group Project and Panel Discussion

 

Group Project

The group project involves an analysis of an active terrorist group. Using the Country Reports on Terrorism and Patterns of Global Terrorism, United States Department of State, 2006, your group should choose a designated terrorist group for analysis. There are two parts to the final project. First, your group must prepare a comprehensive written analysis of the group. At a minimum, this 8-10 page report should address the group history, structure, organization, current activities and major goals of the group. Additionally, the report should consider counterterrorism policies, strategies or tactics that are being or should be employed against the group; and, focus on criminal justice responses to the group. In addition to the written report, your group should prepare a 30 minute panel discussion on the group you choose.

 

Your final project will involve an analysis of an active terrorist group.  Click here to go to the MIPT Terrorism information Center.  In order to use their library of edocs you will have to register.  Once you have registered.  Search the eDocuments for the Country Reports on Terrorism.  Once you find this document,  take a look at the different active groups in 2005.  Compare the 2005 country reports against Poland's list of active groups.  Choose a group for your final project analysis.  Your group must select a group for study by the end Module Two.

 

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