Let’s Talk About It is an initiative designed to provide practical help and guidance in order to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism.
We hope that by highlighting the issues and initiating discussions around the potential threats we face as a community, we can create greater understanding and wider awareness
Individuals can be drawn towards the process of radicalisation in a number of ways, many of which may overlap.
View the list of potential vulnerabilities in individual cases of concern.
Terrorism can affect, influence and inspire all of us. How many of us knew where the influence of 'zombie' by the Cranberries came from? https://t.co/FTROkYpiPC
What wold you say to the terrorist who killed your son? Find out what one mother whose son was killed in the Manchester Attack would say. https://t.co/gcSGV3vHF6
Would you #CrossTheLine? Cross the Line highlights how people may try to use your concerns to draw you towards becoming involved in extremist activity. To try out the app - Visit https://t.co/4yCtoycX2M https://t.co/GkXQXkcmdM
There is no set profile of what makes someone vulnerable to radicalisation. There are many varying factors and issues that could make someone vulnerable. Visit https://t.co/pW3bAD6A6z to learn about the signs and vulnerabilities. https://t.co/4EEUM7zLuJ
What would you do if you were caught up in a firearms or weapons attack? Check out this advice that will help you stay safe. #ActionCountersTerrorism http://www.npcc.police.uk/CounterTerrorism/actforyouth.aspx
#Prevent addresses all forms of terrorism, including Islamist & far right wing. Just over a quarter of all people supported by Channel in 2015/16 were the result of far right concerns. @NewDayStarts talks about how easy it was for him to get involved. https://t.co/NQMCLWw4T9 https://t.co/Pra9zpcPx5
#Prevent addresses all forms of terrorism, including Islamist & far right wing. Just over a quarter of all people supported by Channel in 2015/16 were the result of far right concerns. @NewDayStarts talks about how easy it was for him to get involved. https://t.co/NQMCLWw4T9 pic.twitter.com/Pra9zpcPx5— LTAI - Prevent (@LTAIPrevent) January 14, 2018
RT @NCA_UK: We are getting an influx of reports of fraudsters pretending to be NCA officers. Follow these tips & if in doubt call us to ve…
RT @TerrorismPolice: Look out for each other. If you see or hear anything suspicious that might identify a terrorist threat do not ignore i…
There are loads of #Teachers resources to help you implement #Prevent in your school. Find a link to the #CrossTheLine app & lots of other useful resources, on the @EducateAgainst website https://t.co/NUwOID34KU https://t.co/Trz2GaRaft
The National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO) provides info & advice on protective security. Visit https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/national-counter-terrorism-security-office
Learning package by Terrorism Police UK to educate young people in what to do in the rare event of a firearms or weapons terror attack #ActionCountersTerrorism http://www.npcc.police.uk/CounterTerrorism/actforyouth.aspx
RT @LTAIPrevent: Please RT this & help this amazing young lady fulfil her goal & help her to help others who have survived a terrorist atta…
There are lots of organisations who can help you with advice, support & training. Visit https://t.co/0JIWg9Ls1s @EducateAgainst @ConnectFutures_ @wewillinspire @JANTrust @SINCE911uk @MenYouEducation @NSPCC @ExtremeDialogue @SAFEtogetherUK @peacecentre https://t.co/JzTmotO0B2