How we help
We will listen and are here to help.
Contact us in confidence and we’ll listen carefully to your concerns. You will not be wasting our time. Our approach begins by understanding people are victims of radicalisation; we don’t view them as suspects or criminals.
The earlier you tell us your worries, the quicker we can get the person you care about the help they need.
Receiving support is voluntary. We need the person’s permission to help them.
Depending on the situation, we might reach out to other organisations we work with to put the right support in place. For example, that could be support from a doctor, through a school, or with a local community group or specialist mentors – known as Intervention Providers.
A holistic approach
The Prevent programme works because we talk to our partners and together we find the right support for the person you worry and care about.
Professionals, charities and community groups can all help people to overcome the issues that make someone vulnerable to being groomed by extremists.
But we need your help. By acting early and telling us about your concerns we can prevent the person you care about from being exploited by extremist groups. Together we can help them choose a different path.