Serious youth violence: County lines drug dealing and the Government response

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Havard, T. (2022). Serious youth violence: County lines drug dealing and the Government response. House of Commons Library.
AuthorsHavard, T.
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This briefing focuses on serious youth violence within the context of organised crime groups involved in county lines drug dealing. The Government has made “rolling up county lines” a priority for the police in recent years.

Year2022
PublisherHouse of Commons Library
Web address (URL)https://researchbriefings.files.parliament.uk/documents/CBP-9264/CBP-9264.pdf
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