Extremism and terrorism
What you can do if you are affected by extremism
Prevent Community Roundtable
Find out what Buckinghamshire Council are doing in terms of the Prevent Strategy locally and hear from the Home Office in our Prevent Community Roundtable on Thursday 26 May 2022. Find out more about the event.
Radicalisation and extremism can lead to terrorist acts of violence, and must be reported to save lives.
You can find out how to make a report about extremism if you:
- think that someone you know has been radicalised
- have spotted extremist or terrorist material online
To find out more about the signs of terrorist activity, see the Thames Valley Police website.
Anyone who is worried about extremism can find help and support.
Tackling extremism in Buckinghamshire
Under the Counter-terrorism and security act 2015, we have a legal duty to stop people from being drawn into terrorism.
We do this as part of the government's Prevent strategy.
We offer early intervention, and support people who are at risk of radicalisation.
Our goal is to provide straightforward information and opportunities for people who may be affected by extremist views.
Contact the community safety team
If you have a question about what you can do if you are affected by extremism that is not answered on this page, contact the community safety team.