As part of the Government’s ongoing commitment to tackle serious and violent crime, the Home Office has relaunched its County Lines awareness-raising campaign. Their campaign aims to raise awareness about County Lines among frontline staff, like teachers, health workers and those working in the transport, housing and security sectors. It is these people who are most likely to encounter those young people or individuals who are most at risk of County Lines.

This campaign pack contains promotional social media images and posters that you can download to raise awareness of County Lines to your staff, partners and the public.

It is part of the work the Home Office is doing to tackle County Lines, which is set out in the Serious Violence Strategy.

To download the Partner Pack from the Home Office then click here.



As part of Warwickshire Police's ongoing Protect campaign to tackle Serious and Organised Crime (SOC), a Bedworth-based police officer has made a YouTube video to highlight the issue of county lines drug dealing.

PC Stephen Croshaw from the Bedworth Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) has worked with local 16-year-old rap artist Anti-Hate (Alan Lloyd) from Nuneaton, to create the video in their spare time.

The video can be viewed here:



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