Thank you to the Police and Catch 22 for visiting our Weybridge Campus this week and talking to staff and students about County Lines. They provided useful information packs with guidance and support links and they were available to answer any question or concerns any of our students or staff might have.
County lines is a form of criminal exploitation. It is when criminals befriend children, either online of offline, and then manipulate them into drug dealing. The ‘lines’ refer to mobile phones that are used to control a young person who is delivering drugs, often to towns outside their home county.
If you didn’t get a chance to talk to our visitors, or would like to read more information, please click this link: Catch 22 – County Lines