Insufficient coordination between various private and public actors on information gathering and reporting suspicious behaviour at local and regional level, while competent authorities and practitioners are not utilising at full level synergies and cooperation at national and international level
Stakeholders from public, private, and volunteer sector are not cooperating efficiently to fight radicalisation. Practitioners need intelligence from early stages. As such, stakeholders active in local communities should be engaged and motivated to participate. Moreover, measures and incentives are required to promote and support the reporting of suspicious behaviour by local community leaders. These individuals apart of the incentives should be offered secure and transparent communications means to report radicalisation signs other stakeholders prior they get in touch with the police.