What happens if you call the Anti-Terrorist Hotline?
The 0800 789 321 number is available 24/7 for members of the public to report suspicious activity (remember always call 999 for emergencies).
Calls are answered by specially trained counter terrorism officers and staff who will carry out some initial enquiries. They are then able to pass the details on to local counter terrorism officers for further investigation where appropriate.
The service is confidential and we would encourage people to trust their instincts and call us if they have concerns. Do not worry you will be wasting our time. We would rather you call than risk missing some important piece of information.
What can I do if I come across an extremist website?
Gov.uk and Get Safe Online have some further advice about how to report an extrewmeist website.
What should I do if I am concerned that someone is becoming radicalised?
If you’re concerned about someone in your community please contact your local police force by dialling 101 and ask for the PREVENT team, or if you require urgent police assistance dial 999.
Let's Talk About It also offer advice too.
What should I do if I think someone I know might be thinking about travelling to Syria?
If you are concerned about someone travelling to, or returning from Syria or another conflict zone then to access the relevant support and advice contact your local police on 101 and ask for your PREVENT team.
Don't delay, just ACT
If you think you have seen a person acting suspiciously, or if you see a vehicle, unattended package or bag which might be a threat, immediately move away and call 999.
If you have suspicions about somebody's activities or behaviour, or if you have any information that might be relevant, report it online via the button above or call the Confidential Anti-Terrorist hotline on 0800 789 321.