Safeguarding Updates


Ealing Council Prevent Team Update

The Prevent team are keen to build on their support to the local community and faith organisations on tackling radicalisation through their Prevent work. In addition, the team would also like to share additional information on other programmes which aim to protect our institutions and communities at risk of hate crimes or attacks.
There is a lot of good practice occurring in our communities including sharing positive messages and standing in solidarity, a number of announcements are being delivered during prayer times and messages of support are being uploaded on social media platforms.
The Prevent Team would like to amplify the good practice in our communities to be shared locally and nationally, therefore, please can forward any web-links, Facebook pages or Twitter links of positive activity since the London Bridge attacks.  

Prevent in Ealing endeavour to keep in contact with you so the work on strengthening our resilience around radicalisation and extremism can be achieved by working together in partnership. You can contact the Prevent Strategy Manager: Nazia Matin  Tel :0208 825 8895   Mobile: 07860 779009  Email:

Ealing and Hounslow CVS Safeguarding Support

For further information on training and support around Prevent or any other Safeguarding training queries you may have, please contact the Funding and Development Officer:

Parule Basu-Barua  – Mobile 075381 55535   Email:

Information to keep your community safe:

NSPCC report using insight from NSPCC helpline contacts and Childline counselling sessions to highlight the impact of domestic abuse on children and young people during the coronavirus pandemic.

This website will provide you information on what to do if you are caught up in an incident, how to report suspicious or concerning activity and the current threat level.

The website below provides information on how to report hate crime.

This website reports and monitors anti-Muslim hate crime and also provides advice.

If you believe there is any activity that requires an emergency response please contact 999.

If you have any concerns about an individual or family who you think may require support as a consequence of radicalisation you may find the following links helpful to access appropriate guidance on what you can do next:

NSPCC website provides information for children and families who are concerned about radicalisation and where they can seek further help.

This website provides information for families around spotting the signs of radicalisation.

This website offers schools and parents information on protecting children from extremism and radicalisation.

To make a safeguarding referral where you believe a person is vulnerable to radicalisation please refer to the link below:

NSPCC – wide range of tips and information

Strategy for dealing with safeguarding issues in charities


Essential information for Trustees