Following the terror attack at Manchester Arena on Monday 22 May 2017, which tragically killed 22 people and injured many more, work has been underway across Greater Manchester and beyond to provide immediate care, treatment and support to all those affected.
Manchester City Council has set up a website to help those affected by the Manchester Arena Attack. Manchester Attack Support has been set up in partnership with British Red Cross, Disaster Action, Survivors Assistance Network and Victim Support. The website provides support and practical advice.
If you are young person or after advice about how to speak to young people and children about terrorism Childline has a useful website.
Kerslake Arena Review
The Kerslake Arena Review is an independent review into Greater Manchester’s preparedness and response to the Manchester Arena attack. The review is now accepting information from those affected by the Manchester Arena Attack. Find out more: https://www.kerslakearenareview.co.uk/.
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How to report something suspicious
If you are worried that somebody may have been radicalised, is promoting extremist material, or you have spotted something suspicious, you should report it.
Contact the Confidential Anti-Terrorist Hotline on 0800 789 321 or report it online.
If you or someone else is in immediate danger, contact the police on 999.
What to do if you are caught up in a terror attack? RUN, HIDE,TELL
If you are involved in a terrorist attack the government has issued the safety warning of Run, Hide, Tell.
Run to a safe place. Run as far away from the scene as you can.
If you are unable to run from the scene, you should hide.
Tell - only when it is safe to do so, call the police on 999.
Counter Terrorism Policing have created RUN, HIDE, TELL video and classroom resources for children aged 11-16 years old.