A look at ‘County Lines’ drug dealing | ITV News

North Yorkshire has the lowest crime rate in England and Wales – but that record is now at risk because of so-called ‘County Lines’ drug dealing.

It’s where organised crime groups in big cities extend their activity into smaller towns, forcing vulnerable adults and children to sell their drugs, and therefore commit serious crimes themselves.

North Yorkshire Police says County Lines presents one of their greatest threats – and they are fighting back.

Tom Sheldrick reports.

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