Changing Habits, distance relatives … are signs that can alert on a possible Islamist radicalization. Since 2014, the government has set up a hotline to detect those likely to be indoctrinated. Wednesday 27 April, Europe 1 had access to the data of the platform and revealed a significant increase in reports over a year.
Between April 2015 and April 2016, 2,700 serious reports were recorded, an increase 45% from the same period a year earlier. Between April 2014 and April 2015, 1,864 people had been reported.
In detail, 61% of those reported are men, the majority were 26 and over. More than half of the calls are made by the entourage, family, friends and colleagues, outlines Europe 1. Ten percent of calls reporting a departure in Syria and call on five concerns a minor. Every day, 8 suspected cases date back to the ministry.
The platform receives more calls per year, but they are sorted after a one-hour interview. The most notable peak of reports of November, following the attacks in Paris.francetv INFO RECOMMENDS Related Subjects