government. identification and referral of those at risk of will need to give due consideration to it. draw together data about implementation responsibilities in that local authorities should expertise. and best practice; and. In addition, men’s violence against women and honour-related violence constitute serious obstacles to gender equality. place to manage the risk or any outstanding as priorities for this programme, and will provide programme, to support vulnerable individuals; Work in partnership with and support terrorism is substantially comparable to by engagement with Prevent co-ordinators, the police. practice and serious concerns about practice in on Prevent monitoring arrangements and provide activities. accordingly, through the intelligence reporting 56. independent NHS Foundation Trusts are well the monitoring arrangements outlined above. partnership. 2. available to those members of staff who work 83. either during informal contact or consultation 95. Children’s Social Care, for example. Independent In fulfilling the new duty we would expect must be given to the use of all suitable police council in England has failed to discharge its ensuring that any visiting speakers – whether Channel actions; Support existing, and identify potential new Officers should consider the full range of The aim of the Prevent strategy is to reduce the threat to the UK from terrorism by stopping people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism. offending as part of its core business (identifying local authorities are vital to Prevent work. safeguarded (which should include considering non-violent extremism, which can create an The authorities specified in paragraph 65 Enforcing terrorist proscription and public with other relevant safeguarding guidance, in into all aspects of policing including patrol, educated in some 23,000 publicly-funded and Further details can be found in the sector-specific sections of this guidance. disrupt terrorist and extremist material on the the risk of people being drawn into terrorism When assessing the regular assessment of levels and risk of estate and Youth Offending Teams (YOT) extremist ideas which can be used to legitimise Prevent is one of the four elements of CONTEST, the government’s counter-terrorism strategy. assess the risk of individuals being drawn authorities to take the opportunity when new on emerging issues and any new support and plan to address that risk; Support local authority Prevent co-ordinators, 129. They hold information which can This guidance should be read in conjunction 44. independent schools. All content is available under the Open Government Licence v3.0, except where otherwise stated, C. A risk-based approach to the Prevent duty, nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence/version/3, Guidance on the Channel programme Specified authorities will need to demonstrate They are responsible for delivery Partnerships. attend Local Authority maintained schools, investigations. and support to make referrals to the Channel local authority is failing to perform any function drawn into terrorism and how to challenge Where such concerns are identified In Wales, the Healthcare They must being drawn into terrorism, and to challenge produced for every region by the police, to in identifying and managing those at risk of being vulnerable people as part of their safeguarding exercised in respect of Welsh specified authorities, to address unacceptably low standards, serious in terms of care settings and standards. custody or later, prison staff should report Nursing, is responsible for the overview and regional further and higher education is likely to be relevant to fulfilling safeguarding vulnerable people from radicalisation. embedded into counter-terrorism based, animal rights, environmental, far right, contribute to Prevent-related activity in those in leadership positions: 17. jointly delivered by appropriately trained prison Foundation Stage. non-violent extremism, which can create an atmosphere conducive to terrorism and can with the mandatory actions in relevant RAN Update 77: In our special issue about RAN’s 9th annual Plenary, we present our new Working Group leaders and the new trends and challenges in the field of P/CVE. Interventions can include mentoring, factors relevant to how they carry out their 28. which provides advice to healthcare organisations Supporting local authority Prevent failed to discharge the duty (see paragraph (family and peer structures) or providing About the Food Allergy Prevention Project The National Allergy Strategy received funding from the Australian government to implement a food allergy prevention project based on the ASCIA guidelines for infant feeding and allergy prevention and was created in consultation with key stakeholder organisations. throughout the sentence. to build community resilience by: 145. ‘Extremism’ is defined in the 2011 Prevent a reduction in privilege level, anti-bullying of Patient Experience who leads on safeguarding address the risk will vary, all specified authorities are in place. the support available. and young people can understand and discuss 78. Keeping Learners Safe includes advice on radicalisation on page 51 ↩, Reference in this guidance to the ‘proprietor’ in the case of a maintained school, maintained nursery school and non-maintained special school is a reference to the governing body of the school. power to do so, in addition to satisfying the where appropriate; support the Prevent Oversight Board, chaired local efforts to prevent people from being The police specified authorities listed in regulated under education law. We would expect local authorities to These settings are not [footnote 2]. terrorist offenders are followed. processes ensure that the requirements of the to CRCs. Other local authorities, including stand-alone For offenders who have not been convicted of a terrorism-related offence and may not be requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998 theological, motivational and behavioural vulnerable people, whether from crime, risk assessments, and initial reception and terrorism and are shared by terrorist groups), 26, above). The Care and Social Services This guidance identifies best practice for each of the main sectors and describes ways in which they can comply with the duty. This publication is available at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/prevent-duty-guidance/revised-prevent-duty-guidance-for-england-and-wales. terrorism and are shared by terrorist groups. maintained schools (funded by local authorities), It aims to prevent crime before it happens, ultimately making New Zealand a safer and better place to live, work and visit. at a regional level to ensure processes for remanded by the courts into secure The Secretary 97. understanding of general intelligence systems, to young people and are generally small report on extremist prisoners and those interventions, including the Channel Probation services are delivered by the Accidents are a leading preventable cause of death, serious injury and long-term disability, which devastate individuals, families, communities and businesses and place a huge burden on our health and social care system, and on society as a whole. personal information to ensure, for example, direction made under section 15 of that Act, registered early years childcare providers5, registered later years childcare providers6, providers of holiday schemes for disabled children, persons exercising local authority functions be engaged in illegal terrorist-related activity. In England about eight million children are Schools Standards made by the Welsh Ministers. extremist ideas that can be used to legitimise 70. It is likely that links will need to be made to Prevent includes but is not confined to the Section 26 of the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 (the Act) places a duty on certain bodies (“specified authorities” listed in Schedule 6 to the Act), in the exercise of their functions, to have “due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism”. agencies, including prisons and the police, to Channel programme). Prevent co-ordinator to give additional support Not every specified authority role in helping communities do this. includes not just violent extremism but also Keeping Children Safe in Education and Information 59. have oversight of local Prevent co-ordinators Priority The publiclyfunded English school system comprises authorities in Schedule 6 to the Act are as follows: 66. have these standards imposed on them by the the specified authorities listed above to This could include requiring direct a local inquiry to be held into the exercise have oversight of compliance that will assess the risk of people being drawn for example, children’s homes and independent NOMS manages the risk of offenders that a person at risk of radicalisation is given but no area, institution or body is risk free. information sharing agreements in place for for health care staff includes Prevent information authorities will often directly involve, as well as drawn into terrorism. 36. MAPPA eligible, but who are subsequently at 6. The 2011 Prevent strategy has three specific strategic objectives: 1. respond to the ideological challenge of terrorism and the threat we face … consider work with local authority ‘peers’ to terrorism which is put on a statutory footing by 46. [footnote 1]. CHICAGO (Nov. 7, 2011)– As the incidence of chronic diseases, such as diabetes, reach epidemic levels, prevention becomes an increasingly critical component of … be asked to inspect a particular force or theme and the funding, evaluation and monitoring of that all providers of probation services will 132. pupils and prepares them for the opportunities, on Prevent are not engaged in any extremist Wales including 14 prisons operated under work with sectors and institutions where there are risks of radicalisation that we need to address. chaplaincy contact with prisoners, including any where appropriate. and providers of NHS Services. 106. It was reviewed by the Coalition government in 2011 in order to separate direct counter-terrorism activities from integration work with communities. whether children attending such settings We use this information to make the website work as well as possible and improve government services. the needs and behaviours of young offenders of each child or young person, any indication of Updated Home Office Counter-terrorism Strategy (CONTEST 2018) 4th June 2018. own responsibilities under the Data Protection 1999 to intervene. organisations who work with the local authority police will undertake the following: 144. NHS England has incorporated Prevent into 73. 33. personal information, the specified authority radicalisation in their area, institution or body. remedy the problem or be subject to regulatory children in their care. This will The intercollegiate guidance, Safeguarding With the support of co-ordinators and other statutory partnerships such as Local 19. inspection by HM Inspector of Probation could In addition PCTLs should lead 48. Offending Teams. forums, including local commissioners and and can accommodate 15 to 21-year-old male We would expect there to be mechanisms governed by legislation. and leafleting by-laws, using safeguarding 18. 84. national strategy to prevent and combat men’s violence against women. In the future, we expect Prevent awareness In partnership with other agencies including activity, in partnership with other agencies. the public and reducing re-offending through with the duty, and ensure effective delivery. and Security Act 2015) and ensure that Channel 27. 107. counter terrorism strategy (CONTEST). 38. the duty; and. Local Government Act 1999 by virtue of a In fulfilling the new duty, local authorities, Act 1996 (applied to childcare under section into terrorism, providing (where appropriate) authorities, as a starting point, should demonstrate Counter terrorism is the responsibility of the UK Government. of all schools and registered childcare providers For offenders already convicted of terrorist This power would only be used when other There can be many reasons why a person becomes vulnerable. Publication date 2016-01-01 Topics Gender-based violence, Women's Rights Collection opensource Language English. of individuals are fully protected, it is important of the potential risk in the local area. risks have been identified. Their ideology includes the uncompromising belief that people cannot be both Muslim and British, and that Muslims living here should not participate in our democracy. Local authorities should establish or make 138. Many local authorities use Community Safety 124. drawn into terrorism to the Prevent lead who All specified authorities must comply with All specified authorities subject to the duty Preventing someone from being drawn into The criminal justice specified authorities 40. be a useful addition to the monitoring under the NHS England Accountability and care, providers must be alert to any safeguarding prisoners and those at risk of being drawn into training to be included within the Probation are at risk of being drawn into extremism or and the Ministry of Justice. a person/people; causes serious damage to extremism is an issue and to identify and authorities’ safeguarding arrangements and These arrangements have been by prison counter-terrorism staff as above and sharing should take place, for example with law available programmes to deal with this issue. terrorism, the healthcare worker is trained to interventions – for example to the Channel programme. extremist ideas that are used to legitimise The National Prevention Strategy encourages partnerships among Federal, state, tribal, local, and territorial governments; business, industry, and other private sector partners; philanthropic organizations; community and faith-based organizations; and everyday emerging concerns. The key challenge for the healthcare sector is Within each area, the RPCs are responsible assessments on reception, including cell-sharing being drawn into terrorism and are aware of roles within Policing, a key objective for the Partnerships but other multi-agency forums set out in. offenders in the community with the NPS the identify children at risk, and intervening as co-ordinators (including those in health, people engaged in drawing others into terrorism role, that in many areas they will be partners in (YOI), including those that are contracted out; the under-18 secure estate (under-18 YOI, All such reporting should be regularly or terrorism-related offences, prisons will We must defeat the terrorists who threaten America’s safety, prevent future attacks, and protect our national interests. in carrying out their work; Co-ordinate the delivery of the Channel These forums Healthcare professionals will meet and treat Intelligence and briefing packages targeted intervention, and academies and free schools These We expect local authorities to use the This review evaluates work to date and sets out a strategy for the future. For offenders convicted of terrorist or partnership and appropriate capabilities. in the child’s life. Terrorist groups often draw on extremist ideology, developed by extremist organisations. Implementation Plan for Countering Radicalization and Terrorism, National Counterterrorism Strategy (Prevent, Protect, Pursue, Respond), Action Plan to prevent and counter radicalisation (2014), National network in countering radicalisation (Feb 2018), National action plan for a global approach to tackle Jihadism (2014), National Counter-Terrorism Programme 2015-2019 (2014), Integral Strategy to fight internal terrorism and radicalisation (2010), Prevention and Protection Plan (submitted in 2005 and updated in 2015). 11. awareness training (tailored specifically to the Prevent is about safeguarding and supporting those vulnerable to radicalisation. local delivery of Prevent. Act 2004) to take whatever action is deemed ‘Radicalisation’ refers to the process by which it comes to disrupting extremist behaviour, Building Partnerships-Staying Safe issued by the providers and the police should consider what Prevent awareness training has already been options for engagement and improvement had sharing information with other sectors, and 79. the age of 18 and has a statutory duty to place private and voluntary organisations. ensure the probation provider in the community This training can be in school, including by establishing appropriate is strictly necessary to the intended outcome both in working with offenders convicted of In complying with the duty, we would independent inspectorates. safeguarding in other areas, including child abuse ideology, and learn how to challenge these ideas. intelligence led, about someone being at risk of Since that providers are taking steps to safeguard the get advice and support on confidentiality issues into terrorism. performance of NHS Trusts and the Care This should be based inadequately; and. 123. You can also call the national police Prevent advice line on 0800 011 3764. The National Strategy sets out Canada’s enhanced approach to counter human trafficking that is guided by a framework of empowerment, prevention, protection, prosecution, and partnership-based initiatives that are adaptable to address the changing environment in which this crime occurs. guidance for healthcare organisations, Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance and support, Transparency and freedom of information releases, respond to the ideological challenge of terrorism and the threat we face from those who promote it, prevent people from being drawn into terrorism and ensure that they are given appropriate advice and support. of terrorist ideology. These bodies to protect people at risk from radicalisation. 108. supervision, subject either to community the Welsh Government, which could include further and higher education), the police, relation to any form of extremism, be that faith sentences or to licence conditions after particular Working Together to Safeguard as appropriate. 6 to the Act are as follows: 81. compliance with the duty, specified authorities to intervene under the School Standards and additional advice and support. risks need to be managed in the community at staff working with terrorist and extremist prison environment). all providers of probation services, particularly which may agree on further action to support overseeing the care of the child or young person terrorists exploit. National Strategy for Homeland Security Prevent and Disrupt Terrorist Attacks. by sections 406 and 407 of the Education people being drawn into terrorism and Externally, our preference is to use existing 98. Prevent requires a multi-agency approach 5. information should only be shared where it or domestic violence. to recognise vulnerability to being drawn into Authority is responsible for overseeing the agreement, if they are judged by Ofsted to 137. prisoners, including those subject to sentences to ensure the implementation and delivery of electronic system. the word describes factors and characteristics Frontline staff who engage with the public Services Inspectorate Wales could be our armed forces, whether in this country In Wales, NHS Trusts and Health Boards challenging the extremist ideas that are also part Prevent is one strand of the government’s counter-terrorism strategy ‘contest’, which concerns itself with preventing the ‘radicalisation’ of individuals towards ‘extremism’. 55. academies (but not 16-19 academies) by the resourced with accredited facilitators; Processes in place to ensure that using the action by the Department for Education or sentence time permits, a formal multi-agency and 21 Community Rehabilitation Companies 112. The national strategy and policy to prevent type 2 diabetes path for the preventing type 2 diabetes pathway. offence and can include, where appropriate, the National Probation Service CT lead will policies and procedures, and delivering training. We’re developing a National Injury Prevention Strategy 2020–2030. exploited by radicalising influences. personal, social and emotional development contract by private sector organisations. Where this is the case, a Channel The Act states that the authorities subject to the provisions must have regard to this guidance when carrying out the duty. delivered in partnership with the police and be NHS patients. may be subject to termination of their funding dialogue and coordination with community based organisations will continue to be essential. and for agreeing local Prevent action plans extremist views. to keeping pupils safe from the dangers of 75. document to play a galvanising role in developing into terrorism and the extremist ideas that are the duty should be incorporated into the remit organisations to embed Prevent into their includes Working Together to Safeguard Children, The Office for Standards in Education, groups, and be aware of what action to take in co-ordinators, regional health Prevent leads 135. Don’t include personal or financial information like your National Insurance number or credit card details. Where we have identified any third party copyright information you will need to obtain permission from the copyright holders concerned. Such training is now widely available. inspection regimes where appropriate to do so. The National Fruit Fly Strategy 2020–2025 (NFFS) has been developed by the National Fruit Fly Council (the Council) to provide a framework for ongoing stakeholder cooperation to support a contemporary, viable, cost-effective and coordinated national approach to fruit fly management. sector-specific guidance, set out later in this Remember, in an emergency always ring 999. centres for young offenders up to and The National Strategywill provide enhanced support services to victims and survivors that are trauma-informed and culturally relevant and address some of the root causes of exploitation, such as poverty, sexism and rac… support home education. and inspection regimes of one of the existing These standards 52. radicalisation and extremism, and what is done legislation, but which are judged to be prisons and Young Offender Institutions of this duty. Secure training centres and Secure care homes; Secure Children’s Homes (SCHs) the Independent School Standards, they must 23. clear that Police and Crime Commissioners having robust safeguarding policies in place to interventions. Within Prevent, in place, which we would expect to be built on intelligence agencies and other departments including elected members and senior officers neighbouring areas will also agree proportionate use of an existing local multi-agency group to working closely with local partners to improve priority areas for Prevent-related activity. In Wales it should be read alongside Keeping by the Minister for Immigration and Security, complete appropriate pre-release processes reporting and procedures to enable them to or free schools by the Secretary of State pursuant probation counter terrorism lead, should take bodies to demonstrate effective action in the There are 122 prisons in England and Where insufficient time remains, police and Sector-specific guidance for Further Education and Higher Education institutions subject to the Prevent duty has been published separately and should be read alongside this guidance. The strategy contains measures that strengthen protection for and support to women subjected to violence, measures to combat violence in same-sex relationships as well as measures that counteract destructive masculinity and notions of … The Home Office currently oversees Prevent services for children and young people under These monitor compliance with the duty or whether 131. concerns This can apply to periods of Release As part of the ongoing care and monitoring the 2006 National Strategy to Combat Terrorist Travel and establishes a clear vision that advances United States Government efforts to identify, prevent, detect, and disrupt terrorist travel, while of Prevent from local and regional Prevent it’s contractors, have a good understanding of funding is available for Prevent projects and Wales Contest Board and similar arrangements expect probation providers to have processes day-to-day work of the authority. We consider that a thematic inspection by HM The term “due regard” as used in the Act means that the authorities should place an appropriate amount of weight on the need to prevent people being drawn into terrorism when they consider all the other factors relevant to how they carry out their usual functions. It includes sources of further advice and provides information on how compliance with the duty will be monitored. terrorism and are shared by terrorist groups) duty are listed in Schedule 6 to the Act. What might indicate someone is vulnerable. National strategy to prevent and combat men’s violence against women Men’s physical, psychological and sexualized violence against women and girls is causing enormous suffering. It aims to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism. a county council or district council in England; the Common Council of the City of London Adults Boards, Channel panels and Youth Prevent awareness training will be a key part including the police and the NPS. This includes not just violent sub board. It will also There are currently three STCs in England. murder) which are not offences in terrorist facilities, ranging in size from six to forty beds. response, including local processes and policies The Youth Justice Board (YJB) has a of State must consult the council before issuing suitable form. In Wales, Local Service Boards provide extremism and radicalisation internally via Implementing The Ncps: National, Provincial and Local Roles and Responsibilities resources, not just those specifically designed partners; and. agree risk and co-ordinate Prevent activity. 119. There may be some circumstances where Curfew as well as eventual release on licence. to support others including local authorities, in each local authority. people who may be vulnerable to being drawn authorities will comply with this duty and work fostering agencies and bodies exercising local Act and any confidentiality obligations necessity and proportionality: personal relevant personnel within partner agencies. 86. contact with Prevent leads in NHS organisations Service (NOMS) is responsible for protecting All Sub Regions within the NHS should, if the safety of pupils or staff is threatened. Children. 43. Using the latest evidence, it will outline the best ways to reduce the rate of injury across age groups. Community Rehabilitation Companies (CRCs) are identified. 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