‘Community policing is a very big part of policing, we see our tasks as keeping peace in the community’
KEES SCHOONEN, COORDINATOR RADICALISATION
AMSTERDAM POLICE, NL
‘One of the key factors of community policing is engaging and building trust with the community and individuals’
ROB OUT, POLICE COMMISSIONER
PROJECT LEADER COUNTER TERRORISM,
EXTREMISM AND RADICALISATION (CTER)
NATIONAL POLICE, NL
A MANUAL FOR COMMUNITY
Here you can download material which has been written for community police officers.
There are two documents; a manual, which gives a full picture on radicalisation, how it might effect you, how you might recognise if a member of the population you come into professional contact with is radicalising, and what to do about it, and a short, tip sheet folder which gives a summary of these points. Click how to make your own folder for instructions.
It forms part of a comprehensive toolkit created for local and national governments, and for front liners coming into professional contact with vulnerable individuals or groups who may be at risk of radicalising.