Drugs: Organised Crime

(asked on 22nd March 2021) - View Source

Question to the Home Office:

What steps her Department is taking to protect vulnerable children from county lines drugs networks.

Answered by
Victoria Atkins Portrait
Victoria Atkins
Minister for Afghan resettlement
This question was answered on 22nd March 2021

We are determined to roll up county lines and protect vulnerable children from this harmful form of exploitation.

Through our £25m county lines programme we have already seen 3,400 people arrested, more than 550 lines closed and more than 770 vulnerable people safeguarded.

We have also increased investment in dedicated one-to-one support for county lines victims and their families.

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