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Cases2020-01-29T21:58:05+00:00

Students’ university essays reported to police under ‘overzealous’ government counter-terror measures | The Independent

February 15th, 2020|

Students have had their university essays investigated by police and faced questioning by staff under government counter-terror measures, The Independent can reveal. Campaigners and experts warn that free speech is being stifled on campus and trust destroyed because of the “overzealous” Prevent programme, with students and lecturers becoming “suspects and informants”. Freedom of Information requests reveal [...]

Schools are ‘massive’ referrer to St Helens’ anti-radicalisation programme | St Helens Star

January 31st, 2020|

SCHOOLS in St Helens are increasingly flagging up concerns that pupils may be in danger of being radicalised, a council meeting has heard. Source: Schools are 'massive' referrer to St Helens' anti-radicalisation programme | St Helens Star

Netpol: 14-year-old boy labelled a Domestic Extremist

July 2nd, 2019|

JACK’S STORY: today we want to tell you all how a 14-year-old Derbyshire boy was labelled a #DomesticExtremist because he said in class – in a lesson on the US civil rights movement – that he is an anti-fascist and how his family was then hounded by counter-terrorism police https://twitter.com/policemonitor/status/1145946062944985088 [...]

The Optician Case

April 12th, 2018|

Date: April 2018 Sector: Health / NHS / Optician Region: Greater London Gender: Male TI is 9 years old. He had an appointment to see an optician and was accompanied by his father. Almost immediately upon commencing the eye examination, the Optician asked TI if he had Chloe, Rebecca, Emily, [...]

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