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An overview of Radicalisation

An Overview of Radicalisation (Online 3.5 hours)


The current threat level to the UK from terrorism is substantial. The Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015 places a duty on certain authorities to pay due regard to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism. In addition to this there are a range of other emerging areas which children and adults are at risk of being radicalised by. This includes animal rights groups, environmental groups, political or faith groups. It also crosses over into the safeguarding and vulnerability arena with the same subjects at risk of CSE, County Lines etc. This means housing providers, the police, Local Authorities and other main stakeholders in the Community Safety Partnership have a duty to protect vulnerable people at risk of radicalisation.


Who should attend

Housing Officers, ASB/Community Safety Officers, Tenancy Enforcement Officers, ASB Team Leaders, Housing Officers, Police Officers and PCSO’s, Environmental Health Officers, volunteers, Contractors, and any other frontline staff from relevant external stakeholders.



  • Familiarity with the definition and process of radicalisation
  • To understand what makes people vulnerable to radicalisation
  • To understand the landscapes and arenas under which people are converted to radicalisation
  • To seek how we as individuals and agencies can begin to identify and reduce this risk
  • To understand approaches to identifying and safeguarding individuals at risk
  • To be confident in where to seek information and information-sharing protocols


Course Content includes

 The definition and process of radicalisation and extremism

  • Overview of the Prevent Agenda to include Channel panels and interventions etc
  • Ideology, individuals and institutions
  • Types of radical/extremist groups – the differences
  • Environments/vulnerabilities to radicalisation
  • The legal framework and guidance
  • Challenges to effective safeguarding in the context of radicalisation
  • Recognising the behaviours, signs and indicators of radicalisation
  • Communication and early intervention, partnerships and best practice
  • Confidentiality and information-sharing
  • Responsibilities and how to report concerns
  • How we may identify and prevent areas in which vulnerabilities exist and radicalisation may grow

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Event Properties

Event Date 15-06-2021 9:00 am
Event End Date 15-06-2021 12:30 pm
Available place 10
Cut off date 14-06-2021
Individual Price £75 for members / £95 for non members
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    Jo Grimshaw, Antisocial Behaviour Manager Surrey Police
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