Reports & Data Prepared on Request
We are currently in the process of documenting past data requests (2017-2023). The listing below represents a small sample of the inquiries we were able to assist with in Winter 2019-Summer 2020.
- July 2020: tPP data and early analysis provided to Sarah Lazare, In These Times
- July 2020: tPP data provided to Combating Terrorism Center at the United States Military Academy in West Point
- March 2020: tPP data and researcher interviews used for “Radicalization in the Ranks: Countering Military Extremism”, published by LTC Robert Payne, US Army War College.
- December 2019: “Active duty vs. discharged veterans and international vs. domestic affiliation in the Prosecution Project (tPP) dataset & Veteran versus civilian comparisons in the Prosecution Project (tPP) dataset” Two data reports prepared on request for US Army War College.
- March 2019: “Threatening and targeting of public officials in the Prosecution Project (tPP) dataset.” Data report prepared on request for media.
Additional data were provided to a variety of recipients including the National Lawyers Guild, the National Counter Terrorism Center (NCTC), the Bridging Divides Initiative (BDI), the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START), the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), Type Investigations, the January 6 Select Committee, the White House Gender Policy Council, the Congressional Research Service (CRS), George Washington University’s Program on Extremism (GW PoE), the Polarization and Extremism Research and Innovation Lab (PERIL), ProPublica, and the Center for Public Integrity.
Our team also fulfilled date requests for dozens and dozens of individual defense attorneys, researchers, podcasters, NGOs and university centers. One of our most common sources of requests if from journalists. While far from an exhaustive listing, tPP has provided data to journalists and investigators reporting for The New York Times, The Guardian, Al Jazeera, Politico, The Washington Post, the Philadelphia Inquirer, The LA Times, Reuters, The Wall Street Journal, The Associated Press, The Intercept, The Financial Times, Lawfare, USA Today, Christian Science Monitor, and NPR, amongst others.
Preliminary Statistical Report #1
Preliminary Statistical Report #2
Preliminary Statistical Report #3
Preliminary Statistical Report #4
Preliminary Statistical Report #5
Locating Extremists Where They Strike: Ideological and Geographic Influences on Terrorist Target Selection
The Influence Ideological Affiliation Can Have on Length of Prison Sentence
Age and Ideological Affiliation in Terrorism: As Reported in tPP
Gender, Jail, and Injustice: Gender Interaction Effects on Judicial Sentencing Rhetoric
An Exploratory Dive into the Dark Network Links of Far-Right tPP Cases
Friend of Foe?: An Analysis of Factors Influencing Sentence Length in the Prosecution of Terrorism
Deportation Station: How the United States Decides Who Stays and Who Goes
How and Why Socio-Politically Motivated Crimes are Completed
Early Analysis Blog Briefs
Fall 2018-Spring 2019
Faults in Statistical Analysis and tPP’s Solutions
Death Penalty Cases in Relation to Othered Status
Gender Disparity in Political Crimes: Revealing tPP’s Strengths and Limitations
The impact of 9/11 on terrorism prosecutions
On the Analyses of the Prosecution Project (tPP) Dataset