'County lines' resources and guidance: are you worried about your child being criminally exploited? Are you a professional looking for further advice?

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Do you think your child may be involved in selling drugs or other types of criminal activity? Have you seen a change in behaviour recently and don’t understand why? Download our resources for understanding the signs of criminal exploitation and get our advice on how you can help. Guidance is available in the following languages:

More languages (French, Urdu and Albanian) are coming soon but please get in touch if you would like to request a translation that is not currently offered. 

If you are worried about contacting the police due to immigration concerns then you can find more information on the Coram Children's Legal Centre website.

County lines videos

This video was produced by the University of Greenwich, using the expertise of our project worker and Area Manager, Rhiannon Sawyer, which offers an insight into the significance of 'county lines'.

For further guidance on CCE, CSE and related vulnerabilities, please visit the CSE Police and prevention website and check out the resources below: