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Nottinghamshire Police raise awareness of County Lines to College students

January 21 2020

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Learners were taught how to recognise signs of exploitation and what they can do help.

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PC Nick Stenner the school and college liaison officer for Nottinghamshire Police, delivered specialist County Lines awareness training to 140 students over two days. County Lines is a term used for criminal exploitation where gangs and organised crime networks exploit children to sell drugs. Often these children are made to travel across counties.

The sessions also revealed who is most at risk of being targeted by criminal networks and what the consequences can be for those involved.

PC Stenner said: “It’s important for young people to have an awareness of what’s going on in their community and what to look out for.

“11-17 year olds are the most under represented group at reporting crimes and we hope these sessions will help encourage them to report incidents to the police.”

PC Stenner specialises in early intervention and has previously taught County Lines and Substance Abuse training to College staff as part of his mission to keep younger people safe.

If you would like more information about County Lines or wish to report a crime or concern anonymously please visit fearless.org.

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