British Council: Young people and extremism – a resource pack for youth workers.
Voter registration and promoting British values Enrolment and induction process: registering students to vote to demonstrate promoting British values through promoting democracy.
Good practice guide : a brief guide to good practice for all providers.
Community Cohesion. A guide to Community cohesion and the Prevent duty.
Department of Education Advice about use of Social media: How Social Media is used to encourage travel to Syria.
Families Against Stress and Trauma intenet advice for parents about extremist grooming online FAST: http://www.familiesmatter.org.uk/should-i-worry/extremism-online/.
JISC Web filtering and monitoring: Web Filtering Monitoring Prevent
Internet matter advice for safe use of the internet :Internet matters: http://www.internetmatters.org/.
Safer Internet Safer internet: http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/.
Child Exploitation and Online Protection: CEOP –Child Exploitation and Online Protection https://www.ceop.police.uk/.
Channel Panel Guidance: The Home Office guide to the Channel panels and their operation.
Symbols of right wing extremism developed by North West Counter Terrorism Unit but applies across the UK.
How Social Media is used to encourage travel to Iraq and Syria developed by The Home Office and DfE.
Tower Hamlets Advice to Parents on Keeping Young People Safe .pdf. This document was produced by Tower Hamlets Council and although the contact numbers relate to Tower Hamlets the guidance will apply throughout the country. It includes guidance on signs of vulnerability to exploitation in young people.
Signs of vulnerability. An ACPO document based on academic research setting out the risk factors for vulnerable individuals.
Guidance on external speakers Brief guidance from ACPO on safeguarding for Prevent and External Speakers.
National Guidance for the Managament of Extremist Speakers – Final Pilot Version Detailed guidance for the management of extremist speakers from ACPO.
Risk assessment for external speakers. An external speaker risk assessment document produced by City and Islington College, London.
Policy For Organising Events With External Speaker WYLP (West Yorkshire Learning Providers) policy for External speakers
Use of External Venue Policy WYLP ( West Yorkshire Learning Providers) policy for the use of external venues
Keeping children safe in education: with information for colleges and training providers. July 2015. The information is for colleges and independent learning providers as well as schools and covers young adults as well as children.
Lock down procedures and guidance in case of attack
Developing Dynamic Lockdown Procedures: A government document to support the development of lock down procedures for institutions.
Stay Safe Video and guidance: National Police Chief ‘s Council: Advice for the public on the steps they can take to keep themselves safe in the rare event of a firearms or weapons attack.
Run, Hide,Tell leaflet: National Police Chief’s Advice for the public on the steps they can take to keep themselves safe in the rare event of a firearms or weapons attack.
Information sharing Advice for practitioners providing safeguarding services to children, young people, parents and carers, March 2015. This is advice published by HM Government in March 2015.
Adult safeguarding: sharing information: Published January 2015: Guidance on the precedures for adults’ information sharing in safeguarding situations. This includes a section on information sharing protocols and powers and obligation to share information.
Counter Narrative Leaflet – What does Islam really say? A leaflet developed by a group of Mosques and Muslim scholars in Cardiff which explains what Islam really says about the abiding by the laws of the land, blasphemy, moderation and extremism.
Guidance for Identifying People Vulnerable to Recruitment into Violent Extremism Dr Jon Cole, Emily Alison, Dr Ben Cole, and Professor Laurence Alison School of Psychology, University of Liverpool.
Lone Actor Terrorism. This report highlights the fact that 57% of terrorist attacks in the UK have been from right wing extremists and 37% from religious extremists. The project is supported by the European Commission and implemented by a consortium led by the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), in cooperation with Chatham House, Leiden University, and the Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD). Key support is also provided by the Netherlands National Coordinator for Security and Counterterrorism (NCTV), Polish Institute for International Affairs (PISM) and the UK Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO).