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Child trafficking and ‘county lines’

The Youth Justice Legal Centre (YJLC) have recently collaborated with the Youth Justice LegalCentre (‘YJLC’) on a guide about ‘county lines’ and trafficking. Aimed at criminal lawyers and professionals working with children, the provides both information and practical guidance on county lines gangs, child trafficking and modern slavery defences for children. 

For more information on child trafficking, see the YJLC fact sheets here.

If you have queries about these or other issues, please contact the YJLC advice line on 0207 636 8505 or email mcpadvice@coramclc.org.uk.

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