September Wed, 2023
CSOs must focus on recruiting specially-trained personnel to prevent cyberattacks
Miller Center Fellow Paul Goldenberg discusses how corporations can guard against hostile social media attacks.
August Wed, 2023
The informal tripart relationship between the state, neighbourhood police and community groups: community safety perceptions and practices in a Midlands neighbourhood in the UK
Funding for this research was provided by the Miller Center on Policing and Community Resilience.
July Wed, 2023
REPORT: Ireland’s Emerging Cyber Crisis
An Online Decentralized Movement for Nationalist Violence and Anti-Immigration/Muslim Attacks
June Thu, 2023
Interactive Site: Operationalizing ‘Never Again’
Watch embedded videos covering remarks on an international group of law enforcement leaders creating hate crime and bias training.
June Thu, 2023
REPORT: Operationalizing ‘Never Again’
The role of police in the Holocaust spurs an international group of law enforcement leaders to create hate crime and bias training.
May Thu, 2023
REPORT: Intelligence Bulletin – Reckoning with Reconquista
A Spanish, Alt-right Network Glorifying Historical Crusader Memes to Amplify Incitement Against Muslims and Immigrants
April Tue, 2023
MOTL 2023: Statement from Delegation of Chiefs of Police & Senior Law Enforcement Officials
February Tue, 2023
REPORT: Analysis of the “National Day of Hate” and the Dangers of Amplifying Low-Signal Extremist Content
When amplifying low-signal extremist content, it remains crucial to consider the volume and credibility of threats, as well as the risk of further increasing the threat level through amplification by way of public alert
February Wed, 2023
NFCTA: Crime Guns Report
The National Firearms Commerce and Trafficking Assessment (NFCTA) is an examination of firearms commerce and their diversion to illegal markets. Volume II focuses on crime guns that jeopardize the safety and security of Americans. Using a compilation of data, information, and expert analysis relating to crime guns recovered by law enforcement during investigations, this report helps set the precedent for research in firearms violence.
December Thu, 2022
Final Report of the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol
The Final Report of the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol cites two reports from the Miller Center/NCRI: See page 542, Endnote 29 “NCRI Assessment of The Capitol Riots” See page 562, Endnote 322: “The QAnon Conspiracy: Destroying Families, Dividing Communities, Undermining Democracy”