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1 TaRDiS Tackling Radicalisation in Dispersed Societies Knowledge Sharing Briefing Cardiff 18 March 2014 With the financial support of the Prevention of and Fight against Crime Programme European Commission Directorate – General Home Affairs This project has been funded with the support of the European Commission. this communication reflects the views only of the author and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein

2 Warren Shadbolt Executive Head of Safer and Stronger Communities London Borough of Sutton With the financial support of the Prevention of and Fight against Crime Programme European Commission Directorate – General Home Affairs This project has been funded with the support of the European Commission. this communication reflects the views only of the author and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein

3 No fire drills Exits marked Coats and bags Toilets Refreshments Mobile phones Networking to whet your appetite.....

4 EU Framework programme: Security and Safeguarding Liberties Two key areas for projects: Prevention, Preparedness and Consequence Management of Terrorism Prevention of and Fight against Crime This project is expected to give results in terms of: Cooperation Effectiveness Best Practice Enhanced technology and methods and Creating networks Which in turn will lead to: Improved public discourse and Delegitimizing violent extremism

5 Two key elements Insi/Sensor Intelligence through neighbourhood security interviews (600 per annum) Running for 6 years Sentinel An engine to scan open source data New  Wide scope but capable of focussing on specific issues and places

6 Situational model of radicalisation Dissatisfaction Disaffection Isolation/Polarisation Radicalisation

7 INSI/Sensor 600+ face to face interviews Identifies drivers of insecurity/fear of crime Classifies by neighbourhood to a simple typology Allows localities to tackle the issues and increase community confidence

8 % of residents of Sutton surveyed who are very worried or fairly worried about listed categories of crime. Source: IPSOS MORI Survey 2013

9 Successfully tackling drivers of fear of crime

10 SENTINEL Software for trawling open source data Identifies drivers of insecurity/fear of crime Allows localities to tackle the issues and increase community confidence faster Potential to give insight in detail to inform the intelligence function

11 Progress of the Project INSI Fieldwork I-pad app SENTINEL Policy basis Identification of data sources Development of sentiment mining

12 Speakers Professor Martin Innes Ian Kershaw Dr. Ronald van der Wal Trudy Lowe Professor Alun Preece Dr. Irena Spasic Dave Rogers Dr. Colin Roberts No questions just yet!


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