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Extremism has many forms and promotes different ideologies, but the radicalisation journey is often very similar. It can lead to someone adopting violent views, breaking the law and even committing acts of terrorism.
 

What should you do if you are concerned?

If you think someone is vulnerable to being radicalised, or if you think someone is planning to travel to Syria, you can get help. Call police on 101.  We work with a range of agencies to put the right level of support in place.

Help through the Channel programme

The local authority led Channel programme is designed to support and safeguard individuals vulnerable to all forms of radicalisation. It is an early intervention, voluntary scheme which helps people make positive life choices.  
The programme brings together a range of safeguarding agencies, partners and community based mentors who will be able to offer assistance with:

  • Education
  • Health
  • Housing
  • Mentoring
  • Employment

To find out more about Channel, contact us on 101. Ask to speak to your local Prevent officer. Or email prevent@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk

 

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