Do you know someone who you think may be vulnerable to radicalization? We can help.
Take a look at our key behaviours for recognizing radicalization to get a better sense for whether your concerns are justified.
If you believe that ReDirect could help the person in your life, please fill out the form below, or contact us directly. Anybody can make a referral to us.
To refer someone to the ReDirect Program, please download and fill out our referral form. Once you have put all the needed information into the form, you can email it to us using the form button, or by sending it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are unable to use the form, please contact us to let us know about the person you are referring.
If There is an Immediate Threat
ReDirect is not equipped to respond to threats resulting from violent extremism or terrorism.
If you have information about a planned attack or other risk to public safety:
- If it is an immediate threat (is happening or is about to happen) – Call 9-1-1
- If it is not immediate but still a concern – Call the Calgary Police Service at 403-266-1234
- If it is not immediate and you want to be anonymous – Contact Crime Stoppers
What Will Happen with Your Referral
Your referral is completely confidential and, while the person’s name will be checked against law enforcement databases, any information you give us about the person will be accessible only to the ReDirect program. It will not be used for law enforcement or shared with intelligence agencies unless there is a direct risk to public safety (which is very rare).
When there is an imminent risk to public safety, we are obliged to cooperate with law enforcement investigators.
If you wish, your referral can be anonymous to the person you are referring, however we will still need to collect your contact information so we can contact you if we need more information.
Following your referral, we will assess the information you have provided and will contact the person you are referring.
After that, we will start working with them.