Minister Hears How Luton Is Tackling Radicalisation

Security minister the Rt Hon John Hayes recently visited Luton to get a first-hand account of the work being done here to prevent young people from becoming radicalised. The minister met with a range of professionals who spoke about successful work being carried out by the council and its multi-agency partners to identify, protect and… Read More »

Left Behind

Watch our short film which describes the devastation caused to families whose loved ones have travelled or attempted to travel to a conflict zone abroad. Left Behind focuses on the accounts of four police Prevent contact officers who have supported families from across the country and witnessed first hand the anquish they go through as… Read More »

Creative Students Awards 2016

In support of the Prevent Tragedies campaign, national Counter Terrorism Policing has partnered with YCN (You Can Now), a creative network that aims to create a platform for fresh, new creative talent across the UK. The Challenge Safeguarding the UK from terrorists and terrorism emanating from the Syria conflict is a priority for national counter… Read More »

STOP Terrorists’ & Extremists’ Online Presence

Tackling extremist material is important to protect the public and prevent offences that incite or promote terrorism and extremism. From Friday 15th April at 7.00am, a 36 hour period of intensive activity will take place in the Counter Terrorism Intranet Referral Unit (CTIRU) as part of the STOP Terrorists’ & Extremists’ Online Presence campaign. The… Read More »

Pledge For International Women’s day 2016

Counter Terrorism Officer Pledge Support on International Women’s Day Female counter terrorism police officers and staff across England and Wales have today (8th March) joined together in an online film to pledge their support for International Women’s Day and reaffirm their commitment to protecting women and girls from the threat of radicalisation. The pledge will… Read More »

A Community Conversation

Women are at the heart of our communities. By holding a community conversation with family and friends or within your wider community you can help prevent tragedies and protect young people from the threat of radicalisation. During 2015, 56 women and girls were reported missing to the police by their families, all feared to have… Read More »

Syrian Mothers Open Letters

The Syrian Mother’s Plea Video With an introduction from Deputy Assistant Commissioner Helen Ball, the Senior National Coordinator for counter terrorism policing, this short film focuses on three Syrian refugee mothers speaking directly to mothers in the UK about the realities of life in Syria and asking why any mother would want to take their… Read More »

Safeguarding From Online Radicalisation

The national police lead for online extremism, Detective Chief Superintendent Sue Southern, has developed two new videos. They can help you understand what to look for if you are worried that someone you know could be vulnerable to online radicalisation.     Video 1 Detective Chief Superintendent Sue Southern explains what online radicalisation is and… Read More »