Prevent Duty

Prevent Duty

Prevent Duty

Overview of Preventive Action

In order to protect our communities against the dangers of radicalization and extremism, it is essential. We simplify the complicated ideas of Prevent Duty into manageable chunks in this course so that you can do your share to protect our community.

An Explanation of the Duty to Prevent

Become knowledgeable with the goals of Prevent Duty and the role it plays in improving community safety. To ensure awareness and clarity, it is imperative to have a grasp of the responsibilities and obligations related with it.

Finding the Signs of Radicalization of Behaviour

Acquire the knowledge necessary to recognise potential signs of radicalization in individuals. Develop the ability to detect behaviours that may indicate that someone is in danger by using examples and scenarios taken from real life. This will enable you to provide support and intervention in a timely manner.

Fostering Engagement and Resilience in Individuals

Investigate different approaches that can be used to facilitate meaningful involvement and resilience in communities. When it comes to effectively countering extremism, it is important to acknowledge the benefits of inclusiveness, education, and honest communication.

Providing Reports and Helping Out

Discover the means by which problems can be reported and how to get in touch with support systems. To empower yourself to conduct ethically and to assist in putting an end to radicalization and extremism in your society, you should acquire the knowledge that is necessary.

Prevent Duty Implementation in Practice

Learn how to put Prevent Duty into practice in a variety of contexts, such as companies, community organisations, and schools. Arm yourself with practical tactics to successfully incorporate Prevent Duty into daily routines.


  1. Brief Descripiton of Prevent Duty

    Prevent duty guidance for England, Scotland and Wales. This training course is for people working in sectors covered by the Prevent duty, such as education, health, local authorities, police, prisons, probation and youth justice.
  2. Module 1: Introduction to the Course

    In this course we will give you an overview of the government's prevent strategy then look at some of the reasons people become extremists and how they move on to become radicalized and in rare cases terrorists.
  3. Module 2: What is Prevent?

    In 2011, when the prevent strategy was being created. Theresa May said, “Intelligence indicates that further terrorist attacks in our country are highly likely.
  4. Module 3: Prevent Objectives

    A fundamental part of prevent is to challenge the ideology and disrupt the ability of terrorists to promote it. It is vital to reach the few people who are most susceptible to terrorist propaganda.
  5. Module 4: Delivering Prevent with a Risk-Based Approach

    This module will describe the structures that are in place to make certain effective coordination oversight and accountability. Prevent is coordinated from and by the office for security and counter terrorism (OSCT) in the Home Office and the home secretary is the lead minister. Prevent is prioritized in the light of the risks we face.
  6. Module 5: Extremism, Radicalization and Terrorism

    Extremism has many forms and promotes different ideologies but the radicalization journey is often very similar. It can lead to someone adopting violent views breaking the law and even committing acts of terrorism.
  7. Module 6: What Should You Do If You Are Concerned?

    If you or someone at your college, University, School, hospital or workplace, think someone is vulnerable to being radicalized, you can get help. If you feel it seriously, then call the police. Otherwise there are a wide range of options available through the channel process.
  8. Module 7: The Channel Process

    British process channel is an early intervention multi-agency process which is designed to safeguard vulnerable people. It works with people of any age who may be at risk of being exploited by extremist or terrorist ideologies.
  9. Module 8: British Values

    There is evidence to indicate that support for terrorism is associated with rejection of a cohesive, integrated multi-faith society and of parliamentary democracy. Work to deal with radicalization will depend on developing a sense of belonging to this country and supporting our core values.

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