The Terrorism and Extremist Violence in the United States (TEVUS) Database addresses the lack of publically available, reliable data about the incidents of terrorism and violent extremism in the United States by bringing together four open-source data sets developed by START and affiliated consortium researchers.
The database and portal help users from a wide range of organizations and backgrounds analyze the behaviors, operations, and activities of violent extremists within the United States. Over the course of the project data related to terrorism and extremist violence in the United States has been collected, validated and merged into a single functional dataset that can be accessed via the web based portal. In addition, over the previous project year’s analysis of the data has been conducted to provide insights into terrorism and extremist crime.
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Last Published Date: November 8, 2019