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1. What is important to understand when analyzing violent extremism?
2. What is a complex process that has been shown to vary by the extremist ideologies individuals embrace, the time periods in which they radicalize, the groups or movements they join, and individuals’ own characteristics and experiences?
3. What are the potential risk factors associated with engaging or attempting to engage in terrorism among lone-actor terrorists in the U.S.?
4. NOMS identified 22 general risk factors for engaging in extremist crime (which includes but is not limited to terrorism). These factors are related to three dimensions. What are the three dimensions?
5. What did the research findings suggest about the potential risk factors and indicators associated with engaging in terrorism?
6. What is expected from law enforcement officers, teachers, and mental health professionals in efforts to diminish violent extremism and terrorism?


A. Having a Criminal Record; Having Personal & Political Grievances; Having Received Diagnosis of Schizophrenia or Delusional Disorder; Having an Enabler; Being Unemployed; Having at Least a Bachelor’s Degree; Being Socially Isolated; Being Single; Living Alone Having Military Experience; & Being Male.
B. The differences and potential relationship between violent and nonviolent extremism.
C. The risk factors for engaging in terrorism may not be that different from those associated with engaging in violence more generally and programs developed to mitigate the risk of violence among perpetrators who are not motivated by extremist ideologies may have relevance to those who are.
D. Radicalization to terrorism.
E. Extremist engagement (the process by which individuals become involved with an extremist group, cause, or ideology); extremist intent (the mindset associated with the readiness to commit an extremist offense); and extremist capability (the ability to perform the offense).
F. To refer individuals considered at risk for violence to mental health professionals or clergy; To identify and refer their students who exhibit violent radical ideas or threaten violence; and To assess whether a person is at-risk for committing an act of violence and to provide treatment which prevents violence.

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