Proactive Decision Making

Prevention is a chosen action; reaction is a forced one. As had been mentioned in a previous article, we humans are hardwired to look for, and react to, actions. This is not a bad thing in itself – it might just save your life someday. But if we want to dig a bit deeper...
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On Being Proactive

The idea of proactive security stems from the recognition that early preemptive work, when no real danger is seen or felt can effectively prevent a potential crime from manifesting itself in the first place. Proactive security should not be confused with the much better understood field of reactive security, which springs into action out...

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Terrorism And Social Science

Among the many ways in which it is possible to view terrorism, it is extremely useful to also view it as a subject of social science. Terrorism qualifies for this because it is concerned with human traits, behavioral patterns, and decision making processes which have far reaching implications on society at large. It is therefore...
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