A Look at Terrorist Behavior: How They Prepare, Where They Strike
Although we know a great deal about the behavior of traditional criminals, little information has been available about terrorists. Are they much different from conventional criminals, who tend to commit their crimes close to home? Research has shown that traditional criminals are spontaneous, but terrorists seem to go to great lengths preparing for their attacks — and may commit other crimes while doing so. How long does this planning take? And do different types of terrorist groups vary in preparation time?
Smith, B. L. (2008). A Look at Terrorist Behavior: How They Prepare, Where They Strike. Projects. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/tercpr/13