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Media Release on Community Safety

“Community Safety works because everyday people stay alert to tell-tale signs of harmful criminality, militant activism, and random acts of extremist violence.” Dr. Geoff Dean – CEO The Safety [...]

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Risk Screening for Reputational Harm

Today’s business environment requires organizations to be ever vigilant about ‘who’ they employ and ‘who’ they have employed.  The reputational damage to an organisation’s brand by having deviant [...]

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Fuzzy Link between Extreme Views and Violent Actions

  We live in a world where extreme views are the ‘norm’ on almost everything.  Even the current America President, Donald Trump, regularly tweets extreme views of just about anything! [...]

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What is unique about the SAVE network?

The Safety Alert Volunteer Enterprise (SAVE) network is modest by design and broad in application.  The purpose of SAVE is to empower ordinary people with safety alertness knowledge and skills to [...]

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Why care about Community Safety?

Community safety is knowing others in civil society are looking out for my safety because they know I am looking out for their safety. It’s as simple as that, applying the Golden Rule – do unto [...]

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VIOLENT EXTREMISM – WHAT IS IT?

Defining ‘violent extremism’ while problematic, is not as mired in conceptual confusion as its twin cousin ‘terrorism’. In spite of decades of terrorism research, the fact is there is no [...]

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WHO IS A VIOLENT EXTREMIST?

Violent extremism is a broad church, with membership encompassing different types or categories of individuals and groups ranging from terrorists (politically-motivated), right/left-wing [...]

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The rising impact of right wing extremism in Australia

Across much of Europe, the US and Australia, we have seen a lurchto the right-wing, conservative side of politics, as Griffith University’s Professor of Criminology Geoff Dean puts it. This seems [...]

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Brisbane’s Queen St Mall not fortified from vehicle attack

AN anti-terrorism expert has questioned why the Brisbane City Council has not yet fortified the Queen St Mall from a vehicle attack. The BCC has placed concrete crash barriers along the Adelaide [...]

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Anti-terror barriers go up in Australia

Bourke Street is one of nine locations in Melbourne's city centre where concrete blocks have been put up. In January, a man drove a car onto this street, killing six people and injuring more than [...]

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