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Useful guidance

Prevent duty

The Prevent duty: Departmental advice for schools and childcare providers (PDF)

Revised Prevent duty guidance: Guidance for specified authorities in England and Wales on the duty in the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 to have due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism (PDF)

Referrals

Cleveland Police

Safeguarding adults (Middlesbrough Council)

Safeguarding children (Middlesbrough Council)

Channel

Channel - protecting vulnerable people from being drawn into terrorism: Guidance on Channel procedures relating to Middlesbrough (PDF)

Channel duty guidance: Statutory guidance for Channel panel members and partners of local panels (PDF)

Referrals

Cleveland Police

Safeguarding adults (Middlesbrough Council)

Safeguarding children (Middlesbrough Council)

Support / general advice

CST is charity which protects British Jews from anti-Semitism and related threats.

Let's Talk About It provides practical help and guidance to the public in order to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism.

Tell MAMA supports victims of anti-Muslim hate and is a public service which also measures and monitors anti-Muslim incidents.

ChildNet Practical advice for parents about online safety

Think U Know practical advice for online safety

Support for people affected by terrorist attacks in the UK

Government agencies and guidance

HM Government - counter terrorism

North East Counter Terrorism Unit

National Counter Terrorism Security office

HM Government: Contest - The United Kingdom’s Strategy for Countering Terrorism - 2018

HM Government: Counter Extremism Strategy

Promoting fundamental British values as part of SMSC in schools: Departmental advice for maintained schools (PDF)

Working together to safeguard children: A guide to inter-agency working to safeguard and promote the welfare of children (PDF)

Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 (PDF)

Keeping safe out of school

Out of school provision is an important part of social development for many young people. They can spend time with their peers away from home and school, taking part in shared activities and pursuing common interests. Out of school provision helps young people to gain confidence in their social and communication skills.

Making sure young people are safe at extra-curricular groups and activities is just as important as making sure they're safe at home and school. Parents and carers of young people who are looking to join a club, or who may already be involved in a club, need appropriate advice to help them make an informed choice and support young people to safely make the most of their leisure time.

The Department for Education has released guidance to help parents and carers when choosing a new out of school setting to help make sure young people are engaging with clubs and activities safely.

 

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