PREVENT (Preventing Violent Extremism)
'PREVENT' is short for 'Preventing Violent Extremism'. The overall aim of Prevent is to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting violent extremism by raising awareness of the issues and supporting people who may be vulnerable.
Concerned about a young person or adult?
If you have concerns about a young person please refer to
If you have concerns about an adult please refer to
Leicester, Leicestershire & Rutland website
For advice and information within Leicester, Leicestershire & Rutland you can access the website: Leicester PREVENT
Other useful links:
The Department of Education website for parents and teachers.
The National Police website for all (especially parents)
The East Midlands Prevent website. This is maintained by statutory partners across all five East Midlands areas.
The NSPCC Radicalisation Helpline can be contacted via phone: 0800 800 5000 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department for Education has published a new policy paper outlining how it is tackling extremism through the education and children's services sectors. Work covered includes the Prevent duty, guidance for schools and childcare providers and inspections. (Source: Department for Education 01 September 2015).