Terror Inmates: Countering Violent Extremism in Prison and Beyond

October 28, 2015 10:00 AM | 311 Cannon House Office Building

This hearing will delve into the number of terror inmates that will be released from U.S. prisons in the next decade, seeks recommendations for improving detection and monitoring of radical ideology within prisons, and inquires on which programs need to be in place to counter violent extremism prior to release of terror prisoners.


Opening Statements

Rep. Peter T. King (R-NY), Subcommittee Chairman
Opening Statement

Live Stream


Mr. Jerome P. Bjelopera
Specialist in Organized Crime and Terrorism
Congressional Research Service
Library of Congress
Witness Statement

Mr. Tony C. Parker
Assistant Commissioner
Department of Correction
State of Tennessee
Witness Statement

Mr. Brian Levin
Department of Criminal Justice
Center for Study of Hate and Extremism
California State University, San Bernardino
Witness Statement


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