Support for residents

Part of: Haringey Prevent

There are organisations that offer information and support about things like:

  • recognising signs of extremism and radicalisation
  • dealing with concerns about someone
  • protecting your family online

You can also report something you've seen online or in the community that concerns you.

Information and support

ACT Early campaign

You can get advice and guidance about radicalisation and extremism on the ACT Early website, including information about how the Prevent programme works.

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP)

You can get help and information about online safety on the CEOP website.

Educate Against Hate

The Educate Against Hate website has advice and resources to help protect children and young people from extremism.

Online safety advice from the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC)

You can find advice about keeping children safe online on the NSPCC website.

Report something you’ve seen online

You can make a report to the police if you’ve seen something related to extremism or terrorism online – for example, an article, image or video.

Report online material promoting terrorism or extremism on GOV.UK.

Report extremist graffiti

If you’ve seen extremist graffiti in Haringey, you can report it to us – report graffiti. You should also report it to the police’s non-emergency number, 101.

Report extremist leaflets

If you know that someone is giving out extremist leaflets, report it to the police’s non-emergency number, 101.

Report an extremist organisation

If you have concerns about an extremist or terrorist organisation in Haringey, you should report it to the Prevent team.

Contact the Prevent team