Threat Assessment and the White Supremacist Analytical Essay by Devann Murphy

Threat Assessment and the White Supremacist
Looks at the necessity of preparing for a threat assessment in the hypothetical case of a white supremacist.
# 147514 | 945 words | 1 source | APA | 2010 | US
Published by on May 04, 2011 in Criminology (Public and Crime)

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This paper the safety measures that must be taken in order to protect a handicapped, outspoken, white supremacist facing charges of homicide as he is being transported to court. In particular, the paper assesses the threats against which the person must be protected and details the steps that must be taken by the protective detail as they proceed from the individual's home to the court.

Table of Contents:
Efforts to Mitigate Risks

From the Paper:

"The principal is a disabled white male in his 40s who is an outspoken white supremacist. He is currently contending with criminal charges related to homicide and the violation of civil rights, which has resulted in increased media attention and death threats. Furthermore, several white supremacist followers and individuals connected to the principal have been seriously injured or murdered. It has been theorized that these homicides are the direct result of a contending white supremacy group; however, little evidence has been found to support this theory. Regardless of the dangers posed against the principal, law enforcement protection has not been granted."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • McKinnon, M. (2009). Security Detail. Hotelier, 21 (5), 45-47. Retrieved October 15, 2010, from 113&sid=a944ae05b04645189861f2b6a0b8afac%40sessionmgr110&bdata=JnNpdGU9Z Whvc3QtbGl2ZQ%3d%3d#db=hjh&AN=43942652

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