Until last month's terrorist attack in Copenhagen, many municipalities had no plan in place to try and prevent young people in their area from taking the same route as Omar El-Hussein. However, a survey by Jyllands-Posten now shows that many are beginning to develop anti-radicalisation plans for their region.

"We are seeing small signs that we need to be doing something," Karen Marie Nielsen, the head of a local integration group in Hedensted Municipality, told Jyllands-Posten. "Residents have expressed concern about the socialisation of some families, and the attacks in Copenhagen are bringing things into sharp focus."

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