General Prevent resources
Report illegal or harmful information, pictures or videos you’ve found on the internet. You can report things like:
It can be hard to know what to do if you’re worried someone close is expressing extreme views or hatred, which could lead to them harming themselves or others. Working with other organisations, the police protect vulnerable people from being exploited by extremists through a Home Office programme called Prevent.
Using this website, you can get information and act early to report your concerns. You won’t be wasting anyone’s time, but you might just save lives.
This toolkit supports the practical delivery of Prevent by local authorities and partner agencies by providing practical information on duty implementation, case study examples on good practice local delivery and a self-assessment framework.
For more information on Prevent.
A webinar giving guidance on how to write an effective risk assessment under the Prevent duty.
Due to recent media interest in Prevent, the following information has been updated to provide factual background on the programme.
Find out how the Prevent programme supports people who are at risk of becoming involved with terrorism through radicalisation.
Government advice and trusted resources for schools to safeguard students from radicalisation, build resilience to all types of extremism and promote shared values.
Resources for communities
Use this guide to find out how trustees, staff and volunteers can protect their charity from abuse by those encouraging extremism, terrorism or illegal activity.
On this page the NSPCC shares best practice about recognising, responding to and preventing radicalisation and extremism.
Use this self-assessment checklist for staff and volunteers of community groups and partners to help in building resilience, knowledge and confidence on all matters relating to Prevent.
Online safety resources
Learn more about what online grooming is, where and how it can happen online and what the risks are to children as they navigate their online world.
Information about the internet, relationships and you. What does a healthy online relationship look like, what is grooming and what to do if you are worried about something that is happening online.
This collection of classroom resources can be used to support secondary schools teaching around digital literacy and fake news.
Resources for parents
How teachers, parents and carers can spot and prevent online grooming and radicalisation.
Is an initiative designed to provide practical help and guidance to the public in order to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism.
A parent speaking out about the transition of her son into extremism and her shame and helplessness at not knowing what to do before seeking help from Exit UK.
Resources for young people
LGfL and Childnet have partnered to develop 'Trust Me', the new critical thinking resource that encourages young people to ask themselves who, what, when and why they can trust online.