We work with many partners to support and divert vulnerable people away from the radicalisation process.


The Council helps to identify those at risk of being drawn into terrorism and ensures its frontline staff are trained to recognise vulnerable individuals and are aware of programmes to support them.


If you suspect someone is involved in terrorism in any way:

  • contact the police on 999 or the Anti-Terrorism Hotline on 0800 789 321 to report an immediate threat; or
  • call 101 to speak to your local police in a non-emergency

Online terrorist activity

You can complete an online form to report illegal terrorist information, pictures or videos found on the internet to the Counter Terrorism Internet Referral Unit (CTIRU).

Stay Safe

The National Counter Terrorism police have produced a short public safety film that provides advice to the public around steps that they can take in the event that you find yourself involved in a firearms or weapons attack.

Updated: 23 June 2017