CAGE will help you to: Ascertain whether the PREVENT process is being applied Clarify why the PREVENT process is being applied Help
CAGE has worked on hundreds of PREVENT cases across the country. PREVENT does not cover a specific area of law, rather it
There are a number of problems with PREVENT. These are: It restricts free speech as any dissent aimed at the government could
The government bases its understanding of this process on a limited study which we exposed as being baseless in our report ‘The
Radicalisation is the process by which people come to support terrorism and extremism and, in some cases, to then participate in terrorist
Application of PREVENT is based on looking for signs of extremism. Extremism has not been defined legally but has been defined by
The duty will apply to bodies such as local authorities including social services, the police, prison services, probation services, NHS bodies and
PREVENT is the most controversial branch of the government’s wider counter terrorism strategy, which aims to stop individuals being drawn to terrorism.