Current Projects

A 2019 NIJ grant funded the development of a Federal Court Record Repository for use by intelligence analysts and law enforcement.

Learn more about the ATS CoRR project

In 2018, researchers from the TRC received a grant from the National Institute of Justice to study where US. terrorists prepare, plan, and attack.

Learn more about the RTM & CACC project

Other Projects

The Terrorism and Extremist Violence in the United States (TEVUS)

The TEVUS portal is an ongoing collaborative project between three databases: the American Terrorism Study at the University of Arkansas, the Global Terrorism Database (GTD) and Profiles of Individual Radicalization in the United States (PIRUS) at the University of Maryland, and the Extremist Crime Database housed at Michigan State University. To learn more about the TEVUS project, please visit the START website.

 

Sequencing Terrorists’ Precursor Behaviors: A Crime Specific Analysis

Completed in 2016, the Sequencing project examined terrorists’ preparatory cycles and incident success. Project Final Report, Archived Dataset

 

Longevity of American Terrorists: Factors Affecting Sustainability

The Longevity Project examined contextual factors that contribute to terrorists’ ability to evade capture and law enforcement’s ability to interdict violent plots. Project Final Report, Archived Dataset (pending)

 

For information about additional previous projects, datasets, or reports, please contact us at trc@uark.edu