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Racism in a networked world
The platform by the UK Police offers different channels for reporting fraud and organized crime.
For reporting terrorist related suspicious activity like someone who: has bought or stored large amounts of chemicals, fertilisers or gas cylinders for no obvious reason; bought or hired a vehicle in suspicious circumstances; holds passports or other documents in different names for no obvious reason; travels for long periods of time....
The Anti-Terrorist Unit aim is to confront Crimes of extreme violence. It includes the following sections:
- Treatment of internal terrorism Branch
- Treatment of external terrorism Branch
- Treatment of true crimes Branch
- Operations and investigation Branch
- Administrative Support Branch
- Technical Support Branch
These lines operate round the clock offering help on terrorist issues. Caller privacy and anonymity is ensured (Caller ID not possible).
The #GegenHassimNetz Counselling Service helps Inter- net users affected by hate, smear campaigns and cyber- bullying to take effective action against corresponding online material and against those who have posted it.
The Boja is the official helpline that offers support in different languages on different forms of radicalisation. It is especially for parents, who discover that their child is at risk of being radicalized. The Boja is developing strategies, how to approach such persons and help them to get back to normal life. The institution is funded by the Austrian Ministry of Families and Youth.
Helpdesk where help can be sought by people close to someone suspected of being at risk of radicalization
The website offers a hotline, a reporting form and a multitude of detailed information materials on radicalization, terrorism, radicalization, and relevant advice.
The Counter Extremism Project (CEP) is a not-for-profit, non-partisan, international policy organization formed to combat the growing threat from extremist ideologies. It strives to build and maintain its best-in-class research and analysis databases on extremist groups, including their ideology, leaders, history, financing, violent activities, tactics, and rhetoric.
Crime Prevention Office as a further measure to combat crime. Its main mission is the prevention of crime with the active participation of citizens. At this stage, within the framework of its mission it has achieved the following:
(a) the promotion and implementation of crime prevention programmes such as “Neighborhood Watch”,“Community Policing” & “Neighborhood Watch – Green Line”.
(b) the issuance of awareness brochures on crime prevention such as burglaries and thefts from homes as well as thefts from vehicles, etc.
(c) the establishment of crime prevention seminars and lectures for the public, various organizations as well as training programmes for Security Officers.
(d) the inspection and writing up of reports on the security measures needed to be taken in governmental/ nongovernmental buildings or any other critical infrastructure.
(e) cooperation with its respective Officers in all Cyprus Police Divisions as well as cooperation with corresponding offices in other countries
(f) continuous training and updating on methods and policies currently in force in this field.
The Irish Crimestoppers Trust was set up in 1998 by the Dublin Chamber of Commerce and An Garda Síochána to provide a confidential means for every citizen to report crime, without fear of recrimination, by calling a freephone confidential number.
Provides information, reports and studies to the public and collects reports on suspicious internet contents (i.a. extremism)
Cybercrime.bg is the official national cybercrime portal. In addition to its information and awareness objectives the website has an online form for reporting cybercime, including internet fraud, illegal gambling, intellectual property rights violations, illegal content, defamation, etc.
EXIT-Germany is an initiative assisting individuals, who want to leave the extreme right-wing movement and start a new life. It constitutes one of the most experienced and successful programs in de-radicalisation and exit-assistance.
Provides information, advice and help with respect to prevention of radicalization, extremism and violence
Institution providing help for cases of suspected radicalization or involvement in crime, raising awareness, monitoring of web contents, transfer of know-how, collection of relevant media content
The Ministry of Interior and Administrative Reconstruction in cooperation with the Greek Police and the Department of Elecronic Crime and National Confederation of Greek Commerce have created a platform for safe use of the internet and further information on the commercial world.
The General Directorate Combating Organised Crime is the Ministry of the Interior's specialised department for preventing, investigating and countering organised crime. Citizens can report about cases of organised crime by phone, by e-mail or by using the online reporting form on the authority's website.
Hayat is the first German counseling program for persons involved in radical Salafist groups or on the path of a violent Jihadist radicalization.
Online portal for helping & reporting public in case of risk of crime, terrorism or emergency. Also, one can file a report, submit evidence and ask questions, as well as register assemblies, complain or express his/her gratitude
Justice houses are there to : 1. support convicts in integration, avoiding recidivism; 2. inform and support victims in a process, 3. inform citizens on judicial system, 4. inform justice, LEA's and related dependend on their function, 5. support policy; 6. interact with other regions and federal system
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