We all have a duty to safeguard the wellbeing of children and vulnerable adults, including safeguarding from extremism (known as Prevent). Safeguarding concerns can be reported to Oxfordshire’s Safeguarding Children or Adults Boards.
If you’re worried about someone being radicalised, you can find out more information on what signs to look for and how to share your concerns via www.actearly.uk, a website developed by Counter Terrorism Police, agencies and partners.
As part of the Prevent duty the Oxfordshire Channel Panel brings together a range of agencies to support people vulnerable to radicalisation in our district.
We are all facing the coronavirus pandemic together, but each person will react differently to the challenges that they are personally confronted with during these uncertain times. You may be experiencing changes in your eating or sleep patterns, difficulty in concentrating and anxiety for the impacts on you and your loved ones. These are normal reactions. Caring for yourself, friends and family can help you cope.
A vast amount of guidance, advice and support is available online. We have listed just a few that we hope will help you take care of your mental health and provide you with support where you need it.