Research and analysis

Tackling safeguarding issues related to radicalisation and extremism

Ofsted good practice example showing how safeguarding issues related to radicalisation and extremism were addressed by agencies in Luton.

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Luton Borough Council Radicalisation - good practice example.doc

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This example shows how Luton Borough Council and its partners developed a multi-agency approach to addressing safeguarding issues related to radicalisation and extremism within a wider community integration strategy. The aim is to improve practice with the services provided and to reduce the risk to children and young people.

Published 11 September 2012