Reference 2017-65

REF:            2017-65

Subject:        Prevent strategy training

    

 

Request:

  1. Please state what percentage of trust staff have received training on the government’s Prevent strategy and the statutory duty to report those at risk of being drawn into terrorism.
  2. Please state whether staff have received any further training on the Prevent Strategy apart from the Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent (WRAP training). If yes, please state what further training they receive
  3. Please state whether all staff receive training on the Prevent Strategy or just clinical staff
  4. Please state the number of people who the trust has referred to Prevent since the duty was introduced in 2015. Please state how many of these people have been referred to the Channel programme (if known).
  5. Please state what proportion of referrals (if you have made any) have involved patients and what proportion have involved staff.

 

 

Response:

1. Please state what percentage of trust staff have received training on the government’s Prevent strategy and the statutory duty to report those at risk of being drawn into terrorism. 31% as of  December 2016
2. Please state whether staff have received any further training on the Prevent Strategy apart from the Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent (WRAP training). If yes, please state what further training they receive Our staff receive the wrap training – there are no other training packages except for what is included in the corporate induction days where there are slides on awareness of Prevent
3. Please state whether all staff receive training on the Prevent Strategy or just clinical staff Awareness training is for all staff and the WRAP training is for all clinical staff
4. Please state the number of people who the trust has referred to Prevent since the duty was introduced in 2015. Please state how many of these people have been referred to the Channel programme (if known). Refuse under section 31

Section 31 applies where complying with the request would prejudice or would be likely to prejudice various law enforcement purposes (listed in the Act) including preventing crime, administering justice, and collecting tax. It also protects certain other regulatory functions, for example those relating to health and safety and charity administration.

5. Please state what proportion of referrals (if you have made any) has involved patients and what proportion has involved staff.