Wednesday, 4 November 2015

Social workers must refer cases to Channel Panel

"Social workers have been told that radicalisation cases are `exactly the same` as other safeguarding concerns."

"At a packed session on preventing radicalisation at Community Care Live on Tuesday (3 November), Alamgir Sheriyar, active referral coordinator for Kent Police, said that in cases of grooming, child sexual exploitation and young people becoming involved with gangs, social workers "make notes, and you pass it on to your safeguarding team," and there was "nothing different" in cases of suspected radicalisation..."

"In suspected cases of radicalisation, social workers and local authorities are under a duty to refer the case to the local Channel panel, which will then decide the correct, if any, intervention and support to be offered to that individual..."

"However, Jo Finch, deputy director of the Centre for Social Work Research, questioned social workers’ involvement in these cases."

"Finch asked: `Are we getting into dangerous ideological grounds here? Is this our role? Should it be our role?`"

"My concern is about the notion of pre-crime. If people have a genuine interest, does that mean they are going to commit terrorist acts? I remember my radical self at 13, animal rights, anti-vivisection and strict vegetarian, that’s part of growing up isn’t it, to perhaps have views that aren’t very well informed," she added.

Recall that school staff and childcare providers must also understand when it is appropriate to make a referral to the Channel programme, a surveillance system that may lead to early interventions including sectioning under the Mental Health Act and child protection arrangements.

Yet radicalisation may be difficult to assess given the wide range of potential domestic extremist concerns.

Domestic Extremism

*Animal Rights extremism

*Environmentalist extremism

*Far Right Political extremism

*Far Left Political extremism

*Emerging Trends - or any activities that unduly and illegally  influence or threaten the economic and community cohesion of the country.

See Channel Duty Guidance


  1. You can take "extremism" to mean dissenting with ruling religious masonic elites...

    To shield UK Governments from criticism, Jews David Cameron and Theresa May plan to ban free speech and protest by non-criminal "extremists" considered "harmful" terrorists - including "non-violent conspiracy theorists" and so-called "Truthers". Ten year prison sentences in psychiatric units are possible for breaching bans, especially people with a supposed "fixation" like David Compan or Stuart Rodger. The UK's Justice and Security Act now enables secret imprisonment without trial, explanation, or defense; in "the interests of national security" in the Jewish police state under Judaic law! UK enforces law which bans public from criticising the govt:

    David Cameron personally implicated in the Kengat(e) scandal:
    A previous leader of the Conservative party, Michael Howard, is Jewish. So is David "I am a Zionist. ...good for Jews" Cameron, great grandson of the Jewish Levita-Ree banking family related to the Rothschilds and reportedly a direct descendent of Moses. He was brought anti-democratically to power by £1m of Jewish money e.g. £530k from Lord Steinberg. Cameron appointed Matthew Gould as the UK’s first Jewish ambassador to the Zionist regime. All in the Family: David Cameron’s Jewish Roots and the Coreligionists Who Brought Him to Power...
    Corrupt expenses swindler John Bercow, Speaker of Parliament and grandson of Romanian Jewish immigrants, is the official referee between Cameron and former Jewish opposition leader Ed Miliband.
    MPs are managed: Tony Blair's handler was Jew Peter Mandelson, while David Cameron is handled by hidden Jew Alan Clarke. Jewish identity for example in the case of pro-immigration, anti-UKIP Kenneth Clarke, son of a Jeweller, is carefully hidden from the public. The leader of the Green Party was Jew Caroline Lucas, recently replaced by Australian Jew Natalie Louise Bennet.
    Jewish political photo - Theresa May and Eric Pickles:
    Chancellor George Osborne is the best friend of up and coming Rothschild-clan godfather Nathanial Rothschild, who arranged the war in Libya with Jew Bernard Henri Levy. On the left, is the typically hypocritical Jew, Margaret Hodge (nee Oppenheimer) - notably limited in opposing child abuse.

  2. You can take extremism to mean ANY VIEWS that do not comply with the Government .

    It`s an assault on freedom of speech and dangerous.