Preventing violent extremism

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The Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015 introduced a number of new duties for local authorities and the Safer East Sussex Team has taken the lead in implementing these duties and ensuring continued compliance with the legislation on behalf of East Sussex County Council.


We will continue to roll out the Think Protect Connect toolkit  programme to East Sussex Schools. This toolkit aims to provide schools and other youth settings with a range of innovative resources to safeguard children and young people from online radicalisation and extremism.

There will be further development and delivery of Hate Crime Awareness in Primary and Secondary Schools, as well as further and higher education establishments across the County.

Help & Advice on Preventing Violent Extremism


Page last updated: 6th July 2017

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