Counter Terror Training


Become a counter-terror citizen and help protect your community

Learn how to spot the signs of terrorism with a new e-learning course.

People in North East Lincolnshire are being urged to take the ACT Awareness course developed by counter terrorism officers.

By becoming a counter-terror citizen, you will learn to recognise the signs of suspicious behaviour and understand what to do in the event of a major incident.

ACT training is available online for free and can be accessed at any time. The course takes just 45 minutes to complete.

The training was previously only available to professionals and people working with the public, but is now available to everyone.

Completing the training could save lives or help prevent an attack from taking place.

Councillor Ron Shepherd, cabinet member for Safer and Stronger Communities, said: “Terrorism awareness training is vital in the fight against radicalisation and violent extremism.

“While North East Lincolnshire Council has thankfully not been subject to a terrorist incident, the national threat level is substantial, meaning an attack could happen at any time.

By acting as the eyes and ears for the police and local security team, you can play a significant part in keeping our community and yourself safe and gain a greater understanding of what to look out for.”

Visit to sign up and take the online training.

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NEL SCP Learning, Development and Evaluation Strategy 2019-21 & Missing from Home and Care Protocol

Please see below for information,  the updated NEL SCP Learning, Development and Evaluation Strategy 2019-21

This can be found on the SaferNEL website:

Also below for your information is the updated Runaway and Missing from Home and Care Protocol.

This can be found on the SaferNEL website

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Prevent information: Hundred Hands Awareness

Reference: Prevent Awareness

This PowerPoint provides information about the Hundred Hands Movement – If you have any concerns about an individual who may be affiliated to / supportive of the ‘Hundred Handers’ submit a prevent referral without delay or contact the Humberside Police Prevent Team on 101. 

More about prevent can be found here.

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Humber Business Support Handbook

The document includes information on the EU Funded Business Support programmes that are being delivered in the Humber through the Humber ESIF Programme as well as those of our neighbouring LEPs. It also includes other non-EU funded programmes operating in the Humber or at a national level.

The document is available on the LEP website here.

The document will continue to be updated on a regular basis, as new programmes come on stream and others close. All updated versions will be available on the LEP website at the link above.

If you have any feedback on the handbook, please let Laura Barley know:

Business Programme Manager

T: 01482 485265

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LSAB Safeguarding Adults Reviews

Lincolnshire Safeguarding Adult Board (LSAB) have published their Safeguarding Adults Review into large scale modern slavery.

The implementation of the Care Act 2014 made it a statutory requirement for all Safeguarding Adult Boards (SAB) to undertake Safeguarding Adults Reviews (SARs).

SAR is a multi-agency review process which seeks to determine what relevant agencies and individuals involved could have done differently that could have prevented harm or a death from taking place.

To real the review, please visit the LSAB website here.

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Ørsted’s East Coast Community Fund Reaches Million Pound Milestone

The sixth round of Ørsted’s East Coast Community Fund saw a major milestone reached, with the total funds awarded exceeding the million pound mark.

The Fund was launched by leading renewable energy company, Ørsted in December 2016 and has now donated over £1.1 million to more than 95 projects in coastal areas of Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and North Norfolk.

To read the full press release, please click here.

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