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Case study #3: Radicalised and terrorist offenders released from prison

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Published on Dec 2, 2019

Many EU countries will be increasingly confronted with prisoners convicted of terrorist offences being released from prison. Although these are not the first terrorist offenders to leave prison within the EU, the current challenge is considerable due to the scale of recent extremist activities: Foreign Terrorist Fighters who left for Syria (or attempted to do so), recruitment and home-grown terrorism based on different ideologies. Also, more acts constitute a crime due to widening anti-terrorist laws.

The potential violent and extremist threat this group may pose calls for action. The return of this group to society poses another challenge. This group needs to work on their return to society. Just as important is preparing the receiving community for their return. Without society’s acceptance and support, rehabilitation of the released prisoner will be significantly more complex.

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