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County lines is a term used to describe the organised criminal distribution of hard drugs such as cocaine, heroin, and amphetamines, from the big cities into smaller towns and rural areas, using children and the vulnerable as drugs mules/runners. As this activity often involves grooming and trafficking young people in order to move drugs and money, as well as sexual exploitation of girls, it has a particularly devastating impact on young people, and local communities. This Educational PSHE Workshop raises awareness of what is now a nationwide issue.
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