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Have you heard about the County Lines Campaign

Alert message sent 23/01/2019 12:59:00

Information sent on behalf of Leicestershire Police

Dear Members,

I wanted to bring to your attention the County Lines Campaign as we want communities to know the signs. If you are concerned by the behaviour of your child/adult or any friend family we would like to know. Below are types of examples;

Know the signs of county lines (Young Persons):
Repeatedly missing from home or school and decline in academic performance
May be carrying a weapon
Gang association or isolation from peers or social networks
Unexplained relationships with new or older people

Know the signs of cuckooing:
Signs of drug use
Decline in a neighbour’s wellbeing
Increase in people or vehicles visiting a property
Increase in Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB)

You can find more information via our website link below:

If you are a parent, carer, teacher or someone who works with young or vulnerable people; it’s worth checking out the leaflets attached and being aware of what County lines and Cuckooing is.

Stay Safe and #KnowTheSigns

PCSO Ali Haq
Wigston Police Station
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Ali Haq (Leicestershire Police,PCSO,South Leicester)
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