Prevent Team

Working in partnership for safer communities we aim to:

  • Support vulnerable individuals and institutes.
  • Support the resilience of communities.
  • Promote confidence and good relations in our communities.
  • Prevent violent extremism in Derbyshire.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact our team on 101:

Insp. Karl Mortimer

Sgt John Booker

PC Jamie Robinson

Rachel Sheppard

PCSO Dan Alizad

 PC Lorraine Brewin

PCSO Michaela Daniels - B Division

PC Phil Harrison - C Division

The work that the Prevent Team performs within Derbyshire:

 

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Youth Engagement |

The Prevent Team is there to support and protect vulnerable individuals susceptible to radicalisation and prevent them being drawn into terrorist activity.

 

 

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WRAP (Workshop Raising Awareness of Prevent) |

WRAP is designed for front line staff from partnership agencies and gives an overview of Prevent and how to recognise the initial signs of individuals vulnerable to radicalisation as well as those who radicalise.

 

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On this page you will find the questions the Prevent Team is most frequently asked, as well as their responses.

  Pose your own question to the team. |

 

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ACT Now (All Communities Together) is a classroom exercise hosted by Derbyshire Constabulary that allows community groups to play the role of Counter Terrorist police officers. During the interactive exercise participants make carefully thought-out group decisions based on information feeds about a developing terrorist incident.

Find out how you can play your part. |

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As a result of our engagement with schools, it is apparent that there is a need for information regarding internet safety to be available to parents. This page offers advice on software that can assist in limiting your children's access to the Internet.

 

View our list of useful Internet safety links. |

Do you need a quick answer to a general question? Then we recommend you visit the national Ask The Police web site.