What is Cross the Line?

It is a hard-hitting web app which uses social media to put the user directly in the centre of the action, through the use of information from the individual’s personal profile, alongside video and social media messages.

Cross the Line

Cross the Line uses smartphone technology to help deter individuals away from radicalisation, hate crime and right-wing extremism.

The app takes the user on a journey which sees their persona getting drawn into a far right-wing group, before quickly escalating into violent hate crime. The user has a number of choices to make within the app which influences the steps they take and decides whether they eventually ‘Cross the Line’.

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Acts of violent extremism and hate crimes are committed by a small minority of people and are not representative of the public.

However, people who may be vulnerable to radicalisation for a variety of reasons may be easily influenced by radical behaviour or extremist ideology.

Visit www.ltai.info/spotting-signs to find our more about how you can help people who may be at risk of radicalisation.

If you are concerned about yourself, a friend or someone else you know, you can call the confidential police national hotline on 0800 789 321 or speak to police on 101.

You can also contact one of the support agencies listed here: www.ltai.info/useful-links

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Visit www.crosstheline.co.uk to see how far you will go.

What is Prevent?

What is Prevent?

Prevent aims to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism

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Spot The Signs

Spot The Signs

You may be in a position to identify and support someone who may be vulnerable to becoming involved in extremism or terrorism. See some of the signs here...

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Changing behaviours through open conversation is the key to removing the barriers that stand in the way of a unified approach.