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Prevent eLearning

Want to learn more about Prevent? Want to understand the vulnerabilities of those at risk and know what to do to help safeguard them from that risk?

The Home Office has produced an eLearning package open to all to help people understand the risks of radicalisation and the vulnerabilities of those at risk. The aim of the training is to ensure people know how to support and safeguard them from those who want to exploit them into terrorism or supporting terrorism.

You can access the awareness course and learn about the vulnerabilities by completing the Prevent duty training: awareness course online.

You can also find out more in the government's Prevent document.

The Prevent duty training: referrals course is for anyone who may need to make a Prevent referral, and those who might spot a concern and share it with their DSL or an equivalent so that they can make a referral to the police.

The Home Office has also provided a Prevent refresher course which is available to people who have previously completed the awareness course and would like a reminder of the key points.

You can learn about the Channel Process through the Home Office eLearning resource Channel or Prevent Multi-Agency Panel (PMAP) course.

If you're worried that a young person or vulnerable adult is at risk of radicalisation, contact Middlesbrough Multi-Agency Children's Hub on 01642 726004, or contact Cleveland Police on 101.

You can also access the Prevent referral form online on the Cleveland Police website.

Make a referral

If you're a professional who's worried about a young person or vulnerable adult at risk of being radicalised, use the professionals Prevent referral form.

If you're worried that a friend or family member is at risk of being radicalised, you can make a Prevent referral on the Cleveland Police website.

You can also call Middlesbrough Council's safeguarding team (for both young people and adults) on 01642 726004, or Cleveland Police on 101.

In an emergency, always call 999.