In the most comprehensive study of Prevent policing yet conducted, UPSI has conducted a detailed and evidence-led assessments of key developments in the delivery model and the effects that this is having within and across communities in the UK.
Deradicalisation programme 'the Channel Project' was set up to prevent young Muslims being groomed by Al-Qaeda
Sir Norman Bettison said the project had a rocky start (Bethany Clarke)
More than 1,000 Muslims, including teenagers and children as young as seven, have been identified as being “at risk” of becoming Islamist terrorists in Britain, police have revealed.
The youngsters include a boy who told classmates he wanted “to go to Iraq and kill Americans” and another child who wrote in an exercise book: “I want to be a suicide bomber.” A 15-year-old white boy who converted to Islam said he was prepared to die for his religion.