The Price School, in partnership with the Viterbi School on Engineering, is home to USC CREATE, the nation’s first homeland security center. In addition, USC Price experts from its Safe Communities Institute have met with officials from more than 50 countries to engage in dialogue on countering violent extremism.
“If we are to enhance social morality, responsibility and community integrity with the intended outcome of facilitating community-based efforts to identify and explore solutions to violent extremism, it begins with acknowledging and removing policies cultivating animosity and stoking alienation.”
“I’m excited about this program because I strongly believe that we as public safety leaders need to have conversations to understand and become better with our society and public safety, especially today. I challenge all my fellow students that we will go back and share these experiences… so we can become bigger, stronger, collaborate and become a more united community.”
|Ali E. Abbas||Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering and Public Policy||Decision analysis, risk analysis, multi-attribute utility theory, information theory, Bayesian analysis, and data-based decision making|
|James Elliott Moore, II||Professor||Economic impact analysis, engineering economics, transportation engineering, urban transportation, infrastructure performance|
|Adam Rose||Research Professor||Energy and environmental economics, public policy, natural hazards and terrorism, regional science, applied general equilibrium modeling|
|Erroll G. Southers||Professor of the Practice in National and Homeland Security|
Director, Safe Communities Institute
Director of Homegrown Violent Extremism Studies
|Counterterrorism, homegrown violent extremism, school violence prevention|
|Detlof von Winterfeldt||Professor|
Director, Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE)
|Decision analysis, risk analysis, environmental policy, behavioral decision research, homeland security|
The National Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE) is an interdisciplinary national research center, funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Its mission is to improve security through the development of advanced models and tools for the evaluation of the risks, costs, and consequences of terrorism and to guide economically viable investments in homeland security.
The USC Safe Communities Institute engages in research, interdisciplinary education, and collaboration to advance sustainable “whole-of-community” public safety strategies, policies, and programs.