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Police Counter-terrorism Training

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  • On Tuesday I attended Police Counter-terrorism training with a group of Safeguarding Tutors.  It was really noticeable how the signs and symptoms of radicalisation are exactly the same as other types of abuse.  Powerful as a key message in itself - but it also reminded me that Safeguarding training as a whole is so important and goes far beyond what it was initally developed for now (sexual abuse in repsonse to cases in the early 90s).

    I was truly relieved that we're already on the right tracks, but the Police information and case studies will be a valuable addition to the sports coach UK Safeguarding offer.  We're always learning in this game

    Dave

     · Melanie Mallinson and Jon Woodward like this.
     
  • Interesting stuff Dave - is there a link or further information you can share please?

    Changing times...

     
  • Hi Jon,

    Not just yet as the police are sending resources my way soon

    Dave

     
  • I was able to attend a Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent (WRAP), as a school governor, and the point about safeguarding was strongly emphasised.

    And I believe that the Prevent strategy might gain much wider acceptance if it was integrated into general Safeguarding programmes, rather than, as now, "imposed" in "problem" areas.

     · Melanie Mallinson likes this.
     
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