Prevent and Channel in Stockport

3. How to report possible terrorist activity and radicalisation

Report concerns about terrorism

If it's an emergency, dial 999. If you suspect it, report it.

If you consider anything to be suspicious or connected with terrorism, contact Greater Manchester Police on the non-emergency number 101 or the Anti-Terrorist Hotline on 0800 789 321.

Alternatively, you can complete a confidential online anti-terrorism form on the ACT Campaign website.

Report concerns about individuals at risk of radicalisation

Report it to us

If you're worried that a child, young person or adult is at risk of being radicalised by people who are involved in, or support terrorism, you should contact us.

If this person is a child or young person, contact our children's safeguarding team on 0161 217 6028.

If this person is an adult, contact our adult safeguarding team on 0161 217 6029.

Other ways to report it

The ACT Early Support Line is offered by the police and is designed for members of the public to use, including:

  • friends and family
  • those who work or volunteer with vulnerable or young people

It will connect you to specialist counter terrorism officers allows you to share your concerns them in confidence.

The Act Early Support line is open from 9am to 5pm every day.

You can call it on 0800 011 3764.

Individuals at risk from radicalisation and extremism