Greater Manchester Police have appealed for the public's help in tackling radicalisation in the community following the conviction of Abid Naseer over a plot to carry out a terrorist attack on Manchester's Arndale Centre.
We need everyone in our communities - schools, teachers, local councillors, parents and friends - to help us identify those young people who are vulnerable and therefore susceptible to being radicalised.
If we can identify those at risk before their behaviour escalates into extremist views or a misguided desire to carry out an act of terrorism, then we can safeguard those individuals and try and steer them away from that lifestyle.
Detective Mole added there was no evidence to suggest locations in Manchester remain under threat of a terror attack.
Throughout his trial, a number of locations in Manchester were mentioned as potential targets for Naseer. I want to stress that these locations were part of a plot that is now six years old.
There is no current intelligence or evidence to suggest any of these locations are under threat or at risk of a terrorist attack.
I want shoppers and residents to be reassured by that and continue to use the shopping facilities in Manchester without fear or trepidation.
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