Channel

Channel is a multi-agency safeguarding programme run in every local authority in England and Wales.

It works to support vulnerable people from being drawn into terrorism and provides a range of support such as mentoring, counselling, assistance with employment.

Channel is about early intervention to protect vulnerable people from being drawn into committing terrorist-related activity and addresses all types of extremism.

Participation in Channel is voluntary. It is up to an individual, or their parents for children aged 17 and under, to decide whether to take up the support it offers.

Channel does not lead to a criminal record.

The local Channel Panel Chair is Paul Lee, Head of Operations and Safeguarding. Meetings are held on a monthly basis.

If you have any concerns about someone and would like more advice ring 101/999 if urgent, if not then email concern@lancashire.pnn.police.uk.

Any information, advice or concern will be handled with sensitivity and where possible anonymity will be maintained. Referrals can be made directly to the email inbox by any individual or organisation and will be dealt with discreetly.

Lancashire Safeguarding Children Board

Children who may be Vulnerable to Terrorism or Extremism

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