Prevent and social work: policy, procedures and resources
Author: Dr Jane Reeves; Alamigir Sheriyar; and Professor David Shemmings. Peer reviewed by Home Office
Publication Date: 2 December 2015
This guide forms part of Inform’s radicalisation knowledge and practice hub. Why have we written the guide? Introduction Definitions, law and policy context ‘Vulnerable’ young people and the assessment of risk Grooming Good practice and resources Conclusion References Why have we written the guide? This guide sets out the current landscape of policy, debate and […]
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