3 'M'S




As explored in previous training packages, safeguarding under Prevent can be a sensitive issue.

However, the majority of radicalisation concerns are shared with good intentions: the aim being to find the right support for an individual at risk before any terror related crime is committed – whether that means checking a concern with a trusted colleague or sharing a concern with partner agencies.





Historically, there have been some inadequate referrals for the following reasons.
click on each to find out more

MISGUIDED

Here, the context may not have properly been explored, and so the concern is either unjustified, or not related to this particular safeguarding area.

MALICIOUS

A referral which is intentionally disruptive, or seeks to deliberately target an individual or group.

MISINFORMED

A referral where the facts presented are incorrect and, as a result, the concern is unjustified.

If you’d like to see colleagues assessing some referrals and explaining why they consider them to be misguided, malicious or misinformed, click here to watch a short video.

Otherwise, click to continue.

3 'M'S

Previous Page Pause Page Next Page