More than 30 children have been made the subject of family court orders due to radicalisation fears

More than 30 children have been made the subject of family court orders due to radicalisation fears

Posted by on Aug 20, 2015 in News

The police have stated that over 30 children have been made the subject of family court orders due to radicalisation fears.

The Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley stated that some of these children were “almost babes-in-arms” as they range from as young as two or three up to sixteen or seventeen.

On the 4th August 2015 the adult members of two families were court ordered to be fitted with electronic monitoring tags for fear that they would be taking their children to areas controlled by Isis.

To read the full article, please The Guardian’s website.

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