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County Lines

What is County Lines 

County Lines is a term used to describe gangs and organised criminal networks involved in dealing illegal drugs, using dedicated mobile phone lines or other form of ‘deal line.’ The gang activity is associated with drug dealing, vulnerable people, exploitation and violence.

Gangs will use children and vulnerable people to move drugs and money, by criminally exploiting them. They will also seek to establish a base in target locations, typically taking over the homes of local vulnerable adults by force or coercion – this is referred to as ‘cuckooing’.

People exploited in this way will quite often be exposed to physical, mental and sexual abuse, and in some instances will be trafficked to areas a long way from home as part of the network’s drug dealing business.

 

How would you know if your child could be involved?

Know what to spot, but be aware signs of this type of grooming can be hard to read:-

 

 

Where do I go for help?

You can visit eyes-open for further information, or any of their partner organisations listed below.  

For help, call anonymously

For advice, call confidentially

Get in Touch

Townfield Primary School

Townfield Lane, Prenton, Wirral, CH43 2LH

T: 0151 652 8498

E: townfieldoffice@remat.org.uk

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