Sent on behalf of Prevent Local Authority:
Prevent Local Authority Newsletter – 30 August 2022
Welcome to the fortnightly Prevent Local Authority Newsletter. This Newsletter will be an opportunity to share timely Prevent-related resources, updates, best practice, job advertisements and more. We hope you will find it useful.
If you have items for a future Newsletter e.g. adverts for Prevent posts, announcements, positive Prevent stories, CSOs to showcase, please send them to your Regional Advisor or PreventCommunications@homeoffice.gov.uk. This Newsletter should not be published or forwarded without checking with the Prevent Communications team.
In the Newsletter:
- Prevent Training Courses Now Live
- Job Advertisement
- Mayor of London’s Shared Endeavour Fund Evaluation
Prevent Training Courses Now Live
We are pleased to confirm that the new and improved awareness and referrals courses on the new Prevent eLearning service, Prevent duty training: Learn how to support people vulnerable to radicalisation www.support-people-vulnerable-to-radicalisation.service.gov.uk is now in public beta. The new courses are designed to equip you with inclusive, unbiased and reliable information giving you the knowledge and confidence to support and safeguard the general public against radicalisation. The new service:
- is in the GOV.UK style
- is fully accessible
- includes two new animations
- contains two new real-life case studies focusing on Islamist and extreme-right wing behaviours
Please let colleagues know that the new service is available. Whilst the service has been designed and tested with real users over a series of iteration rounds during last few years, we would welcome any feedback and encourage users to complete the survey located at the end of each course.
We’d also like to take this opportunity to thank all those have supported the development of the service and given up their time for user testing and interviews. You input has been invaluable. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Channel Support Officer, Luton
Luton council is recruiting for a Channel Support officer. The post holder will be responsible for ensuring integrity and responsiveness of the Local Authority’s statutory duties and responsibilities in relation to vulnerable young people and adults are maintained, contributing to the overall effectiveness of the Channel programme and the achievement of its objectives. Applications close 31 August 2022 – so if you are interested make sure to apply quickly!.
Due to technical issues we are unable to provide a direct link to the vacancy, however this can be found by visiting the Luton council Jobs and careers page.
Mayor of London’s Shared Endeavour Fund Evaluation
We are pleased to be able to share the independent evaluation of Call 1 of the Mayor’s Shared Endeavour Fund. The full report can be found here and the Mayor’s Office for Policing And Crime’s response to the recommendations in the report can be found here. It’s expected that the independent evaluation of Call 2 of the Mayor’s Shared Endeavour Fund will be published in Autumn 2022.