Prevent Duty Risk Assessment Review 12/12/17 or earlier if new guidance/legislation requires
Updated by Denise Brown Date: 12/12/16

Awareness and training

Prevent Duty Vulnerability Y/N Risk Level What actions are in place to reduce the risk Further action required By whom when
Do the following people have a good awareness of their responsibilities under the Prevent Duty?   L The Manager and all staff have undertaken channel training;
new starters have also been briefed in induction
Link to course all staff have completed
Ensure that any new staff and volunteers are given Prevent Duty Training.
Display contact number for staff/parents if they have any concerns
Manager, Coordinators and deputies At induction and ongoing
Manager Y
Coordinators/ Deputies Y
Staff Y
Volunteers/students Y
Do all staff and volunteers understand the procedures to be followed if they have concerns about the radicalisation of a child? Y The Safeguarding policy includes how to recognise signs of radicalisation and what to do if a member of staff has a concern. Prevent Duty will be an agenda item at staff meetings and integrated into the new appraisal / development / CPD process alongside Safeguarding. Manager ongoing

Risk of radicalisation in the area

Prevent Duty Vulnerability Y/N Risk Level What actions are in place to reduce the risk Further action required
Have you been informed by the Police, local authority or SSCB that there is a high risk? N L The area is deemed to be low risk and we have not received any communication from SSCB or South Yorkshire Police to alert us to any increased risk. Our contacts are Brendan Pakenham and Jo Batty via 101 contact number out of hours or Prevent_Inbox @ southyorks.pnn.police.uk (9-5pm) Contacted our SY Police Prevent contact Brendan Pakenham 12/12/16 who confirms our area is still low risk.
Are you aware of incidents of radicalisation of young people in your local area? N   EKC have not been informed of any incidents of radicalisation in our area. Brendan Pakenham SY Police Prevent confirms there have been no incidents as at 12/12/16.

Safeguarding

Prevent Duty Vulnerability Y/N Risk Level What actions are in place to reduce the risk Further action required By whom when
Does the EKC Safeguarding policy cover risks and signs of radicalisation in young people? Y L The policy is read by all staff, and volunteers and it is updated annually. All staff have had training in Safeguarding and the link to Prevent Duty. Update policy annually or when changes are implemented to ensure Manager stays update with Legislation / guidance via SSCB. Manager / coordinators ongoing
Does the Safeguarding policy include information on what to do if you are concerned that a child is at risk of radicalisation? Y   Safeguarding Children Advisory Service
2053535
safeguardingchildrenadvice @ sheffield.gov.uk
Do the Safeguarding Leads recognise the signs of radicalisation and know what action to take? Y   Safeguarding leads have had appropriate training and are aware what actions they need to take via guidance from SSCB.
Are your Safeguarding Leads familiar with the Channel Programme and how to access it? Y   All staff have received Channel training and are aware how to access it.

IT systems

Prevent Duty Vulnerability Y/N Risk Level What actions are in place to reduce the risk
What filtering systems are in place to prevent children from accessing extremist material online? N/A No risk Children do not have access to the internet or to their mobile phones or the internet whilst in the Club.
How do you monitor internet use?     N/A
Does your Internet Safety policy include how to respond to exposure to extremist material in accordance with the Prevent Duty?     N/A

Building resilience to Radicalisation

Prevent Duty Vulnerability Y/N Risk Level What actions are in place to reduce the risk Further action required By whom when
Does the setting actively promote British values? Y   We promote British values within our every day activities and routines. These include:
Democracy, Rule of law, Individual liberty, Mutual respect and Tolerance of other faiths and beliefs.
We have created a large visual display about the British Values in our Club to actively promote ongoing dialogue and help to integrate the values into our setting.
Continue to promote and live the British values in a way that is meaningful to children in our care. All ongoing

Partnership working

Prevent Duty Vulnerability Y/N Risk Level What actions are in place to reduce the risk Further action required By whom when
Have you identified the relevant partner organisations in your area? Y L Via information sharing with our Local Schools, SSCB, Prevent duty coordinators and Police.   All ongoing
Have you identified where parents can go to for support if they have concerns about radicalisation or extremism? Y   We have contacts available for parents should they ask us for support. Display poster for parents on the parents notice board with contact number for raising a concern regarding Prevent Duty.    
Does your setting foster good relations and communications with parents? Y   We welcome and encourage ongoing dialogue with parents about their children, though our face to face contact is often limited. Improve communications and relations with parents by refining EKC Newsletter to support ongoing messaging with parents and integrate into Website when developed later in 2017. Manager / admin By March 2017