Radicalization in Denmark and the Netherlands Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Radicalization in Denmark and the Netherlands The first article states that the Dutch national police department is made up of the Police Services Center the Central Unit and the Police Services Unit ("Organization of the Dutch Police" n.d.). The units listed work together to ensure that lasting peace is attained in the community. Along with other external agencies there has been a collaborative effort in dealing with extremism and terrorist activities. According to the Netherland’s General Intelligence and Security Service Islamic radicalization has shifted from the position of invincibility to an open and widespread act. The act has accumulated several sympathizers coupled with an increase in the number of jihadist websites which organize and recruit new members effortlessly. By the end of 2016 more than 300 Dutch citizens had joined the Islamic terrorist groups in Iraq and Syria with curb extremism? Would it be better if the government’s intervention was reduced to supervision? References Counter-Extremism Project. 2017. The Netherlands: Extremism & Counter-Extremism. Retrieved from www.counterextremism.com Bradford Kelly B. K. & Ava Morgenstern A. M. (2006 October 17). The Elephant in the Room: Unexposed Roots of Islamic Radicalism in The Netherlands by Bradford Kelley Ava Morgenstern | Humanity in Action. Retrieved from www.humanityinaction.org Williams E. W. & Joel Tozer J. T. (2017 August 8). Hug a Jihadi. Retrieved from www.youtube.com Revell T. (2016 November 21). Dutch police use augmented reality to investigate crime scenes. Retrieved from www.newscientist.com Kelly Cobiella K. C. (2015 May 24). Islamic State's 'Beatles' should be tried in West ex-hostage says. Retrieved from www.nbcnews.com Khader N. (2014 August 14). The Danish Model for Prevention of Radicalization and Extremism - by Naser Khader. Retrieved from www.hudson.org Mansel T. (2015 July 2). How I was de-radicalised. Retrieved from www.bbc.co.uk of the Dutch police.” https://www.government.nl/topics/police/organisation-of-the-dutch-police [...]
4 pages briefing note needed with 1.5 spacing. would be like a paragraph form, not point form. must have 4 headings, the major issues, major points of those issues, implications, and 3 questions must well cover all material.