How to spot county lines across our transport networks
The PCC and Dorset Police raise awareness about how public transport staff and other members of the public can help spot the signs of criminal exploitation in our communities.
Martyn Underhill said: “County lines is a problem which ruins lives. Not only does it bring the scourge of drug dealing into our towns, but the gangs who operate these networks are absolutely ruthless in the way they exploit young and vulnerable people.
“It’s a growing problem, and one the police simply cannot tackle on their own. We need the support of everyone who cares about our communities, and that’s why we’re asking members of the public to be our eyes and ears and to contact the police if they see anything that doesn’t look right.
“The information they provide could help bring gang members to justice and turn around the lives of those young people they have coerced into working for them.”