Sixty kids a week in UK referred for anti-extremism

More than 20 people a day were referred to the Government's controversial anti-extremism Prevent programme according to latest figures - nearly half of them children.

The figures covering the year to the end of March 2016 showed about 7,500 people were referred to the scheme, with 54% of these relating to Islamic extremism.

Sixty kids a week referred to extremism body

with the Muslims making up just 4.5% of the population of the UK (as per Census 2011), yet 54% of those referred being Muslims - this is a very concerning indication of the threat we face in the future.
 

jarrod248

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Gallery Guru
Seeing as when any commit an attack nobody knows anything there's likely to be a few more.
Still nothing done about FGM.
 
At least read the fecking stories you post rather than imagineer and spin to your required agenda

And while you are at it add some basic numeracy lessons and perhaps if you are shooting for the stars some basic statistics lessons

"of the 7,500 referrals in the 2015-16 period, 10% were assessed as having a "counter-terrorism" vulnerability. In those cases intervention, such as with anti-radicalisation programme Channel, took place.

The figures showed 25% had a "non counter-terrorism vulnerability" and were referred to another agency, while in 37% of cases no action was taken. Some 28% of cases are ongoing."
 

jarrod248

LE
Gallery Guru
At least read the fecking stories you post rather than imagineer and spin to your required agenda

And while you are at it add some basic numeracy lessons and perhaps if you are shooting for the stars some basic statistics lessons

"of the 7,500 referrals in the 2015-16 period, 10% were assessed as having a "counter-terrorism" vulnerability. In those cases intervention, such as with anti-radicalisation programme Channel, took place.

The figures showed 25% had a "non counter-terrorism vulnerability" and were referred to another agency, while in 37% of cases no action was taken. Some 28% of cases are ongoing."
Quite, it's why we have it in the first place that's important and how many are missed.
How is the word spread and would it be seen as shameful to refer a family member?
How are referrals increased, maybe a financial reward?
 
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Ian807

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More than 20 people a day were referred to the Government's controversial anti-extremism Prevent programme according to latest figures - nearly half of them children.

The figures covering the year to the end of March 2016 showed about 7,500 people were referred to the scheme, with 54% of these relating to Islamic extremism.

Sixty kids a week referred to extremism body

with the Muslims making up just 4.5% of the population of the UK (as per Census 2011), yet 54% of those referred being Muslims - this is a very concerning indication of the threat we face in the future.
Alright since you're being sensible: this also protects our children in schools. "The Prevent scheme is 'fundamental' to stop terrorism" and "Electoral fraud: Pilot scheme for ID before voting defended"; high time we stopped turning a blind eye to electoral fraud and to extremism. Next, FGM butchers have to be targeted if we're to protect young girls. Hysterical wet nellies and crooks have had more than their say for far too long. People might believe in whichever fantasy figure they choose for whatever reason, but they may not use warped ideology to kill us. If some don't value life and security, or children's safety, there's something very wrong with them. The tide's turning slowly but we'll get there.
 

jarrod248

LE
Gallery Guru
The feminists will be right on the case.

Any day now.

You'll see.
There's money being chucked about, training all the time. Emails reminding people of their responsibilities, any prosecutions? I think I read it may have happened to 600,000 women here, how did we get so many from countries where this is common?
 
More than 20 people a day were referred to the Government's controversial anti-extremism Prevent programme according to latest figures - nearly half of them children.

The figures covering the year to the end of March 2016 showed about 7,500 people were referred to the scheme, with 54% of these relating to Islamic extremism.

Sixty kids a week referred to extremism body

with the Muslims making up just 4.5% of the population of the UK (as per Census 2011), yet 54% of those referred being Muslims - this is a very concerning indication of the threat we face in the future.
So what you are saying is, given children usually learn "morals" from their parents and family, that across UK society an average of 60 sets of parents per week are shown to be dribbling, swivel-eyed, thunderclunges? I would never have guessed the number would be so low....

And, in all honesty, a "body" set up to combat islamic extremism would be expected to see most of it's "clients" being seen to because of "islamic extremism".
 
There's money being chucked about, training all the time. Emails reminding people of their responsibilities, any prosecutions? I think I read it may have happened to 600,000 women here, how did we get so many from countries where this is common?
I'm sure lessons will have been learnt, and although it's not possible to discuss individual cases because of privacy concerns, awareness has been raised while a difficult issue has been addressed and a line must be drawn under the matter, going forward.
 

jarrod248

LE
Gallery Guru
I'm sure lessons will have been learnt, and although it's not possible to discuss individual cases because of privacy concerns, awareness has been raised while a difficult issue has been addressed and a line must be drawn under the matter, going forward.
That's about it really and the public soon forgets.
 

Cutaway

LE
Kit Reviewer
Seeing as when any commit an attack nobody knows anything there's likely to be a few more.
Still nothing done about FGM.
But FGM is only practiced by a certain section of those professing to worship the word of Allah.
MGM on the other hand...
 
More than 20 people a day were referred to the Government's controversial anti-extremism Prevent programme according to latest figures - nearly half of them children.

The figures covering the year to the end of March 2016 showed about 7,500 people were referred to the scheme, with 54% of these relating to Islamic extremism.

Sixty kids a week referred to extremism body

with the Muslims making up just 4.5% of the population of the UK (as per Census 2011), yet 54% of those referred being Muslims - this is a very concerning indication of the threat we face in the future.
 

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