Anti-radicalisation surveillance scheme helps Home Office deter more than 500 potential terrorists
The Government's Channel anti-radicalisation scheme has seen more than 500 would-be terrorists supported, according to a new report.
The multi-agency programme identifies people at risk of being drawn into terrorism, and, between January 2007 and December 2012, it saw 2,500 British residents referred. More than half of the respective potential terror suspects were referred between January 2011 and December 2012 (1,274), with more than 500 residents receiving support that would deter them from joining terrorist organizations.
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