Prevent: what is pre-criminal space?

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Goldberg, D., Jadhav, S. and Younis, T. 2017. Prevent: what is pre-criminal space? BJPsych Bulletin. 41 (4), pp. 208-211. https://doi.org/10.1192/pb.bp.116.054585
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TitlePrevent: what is pre-criminal space?
AuthorsGoldberg, D., Jadhav, S. and Younis, T.
Abstract

Prevent is a UK-wide programme within the government’s anti-terrorism strategy aimed at stopping individuals from supporting or taking part in terrorist activities. NHS England’s Prevent Training and Competencies Framework requires health professionals to understand the concept of pre-criminal space. This article examines pre-criminal space, a new term which refers to a period of time during which a person is referred to a specific Prevent-related safeguarding panel, Channel. It is unclear what the concept of pre-criminal space adds to the Prevent programme. The term should be either clarified or removed from the Framework.

LanguageEnglish
PublisherThe Royal College of Psychiatrists
JournalBJPsych Bulletin
ISSN1758-3209
Electronic1758-3217
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Print01 Aug 2017
Online02 Jan 2018
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Deposited18 Mar 2020
Accepted31 Aug 2016
Output statusPublished
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Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1192/pb.bp.116.054585
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