Are you concerned about someone travelling to, or returning from Syria or another conflict zone?
Perhaps you're worried someone is being radicalised?
Visit Educate Against Hate (parents, teachers and school leaders) and Prevent Tragedies for detailed information on radicalisation.
The internet has been used to promote terrorism and violent extremism and corrupt individuals who are vulnerable to radicalisation.
Illegal terrorist or extremist content can include:
If you’ve found content like this click the red button to report it online now.
- speeches or essays calling for racial or religious violence
- videos of violence with messages of 'glorification' or praise for the attackers
- chat forums with postings calling for people to commit acts of terrorism or violent extremism
- messages intended to stir up hatred against any religious or ethnic group
The terrorist threat is real and there's no room for complacency. You should remain alert and aware of your surroundings at all times.
In an emergency
If you've seen someone acting suspiciously, a vehicle out of place or an unattended package or bag, immediately move away and call 999.
Report suspicious activity
Call the anti-terrorist hotline on 0800 789321 or report suspicious activity to MI5 online.
If you’re deaf or have hearing difficulties, you can use a text-phone to call the anti-terrorist hotline on 0800 032 4539 (text messages are not accepted.)