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.
RT @Nick4P: Check out my latest article: How the Peace Foundation will support those affected by the Sri Lanka attacks
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A desire for Political, Moral or Social change could make someone vulnerable to being drawn into extremism and terrorism. There are many varying factors, find out more about them here https://t.co/xKLBcUlCRa https://t.co/p8D3xUCJGW
#prevent uses a range of measures to support vulnerable individuals at risk from radicalisation https://t.co/RO8HVAHGcl
RT @MbroPrevent: Anyone can be at risk of exploitation by extremists,you can be vulnerable for all sorts of reasons not just the standard v…
RT @FaithMattersUK: It is now clear that Islamist extremists were behind the Sri-Lanka mass murders. It is essential that every single effo…
"Everyone has a right to practice their faith in peace and sa…
RT @FaithMattersUK: Christian and Muslim clerics light candles for the victims of Sri Lanka's serial bomb blasts, at the Sacred Heart Cathe…
RT @ukhomeoffice: Prevent is tackling the threat from radicalisation wherever it is found, including from the rise of the extreme-right win…
Prevent is tackling the threat from radicalisation wherever it is found, including from the rise of the extreme-right wing.— Home Office (@ukhomeoffice) April 23, 2019
Watch how #Prevent helped to turn Jack’s life around after he was radicalised at school by far right groups.
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RT @TerrorismPolice: What may seem innocuous at first glance could be the missing piece of the puzzle: Look Again 👀
Crucial intelligence f…
What may seem innocuous at first glance could be the missing piece of the puzzle: Look Again 👀— Counter Terrorism Policing UK (@TerrorismPolice) April 22, 2019
Crucial intelligence from the public has helped police and MI5 stop 18 terror attacks in just under two years.#ActionCountersTerrorism pic.twitter.com/WkkQNzhS71
RT @MbroPrevent: •If you have concerns a young person or vulnerable person is at risk of radicalisation contact your local safeguarding tea…
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/dpjhy6oihH
Terrorists need to plan. If you see or hear about someone who has, or is trying to, access illegal firearms and weapons report it. Visit https://t.co/sq4tjikE3z #ActionCountersTerrorism https://t.co/qK8pjSzfPn
Terrorists need to plan. If you see or hear about someone who has, or is trying to, access illegal firearms and weapons report it. Visit https://t.co/sq4tjikE3z #ActionCountersTerrorism pic.twitter.com/qK8pjSzfPn— LTAI - Prevent (@LTAIPrevent) April 22, 2019