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The impact organised drugs gangs have on their young and vulnerable victims has been captured in a series of powerful short films created by University of Sunderland students who are shining a spotlight on county lines crime.
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@UniOfSunCommsWe were honoured to welcome @CSkidmoreUK to @sunderlanduni yesterday. The Minister met students and staff and t… https://t.co/wBSyZp62Th— Uni Of Sun Comms (UniOfSunComms) Sat Jan 25 10:45:25 +0000 2020
@UniOfSunCommsRT @NorthumbriaPCC: Education is key to prevention, and these films do a fantastic job showcasing the warning signs of #CountyLines and hig…— Uni Of Sun Comms (UniOfSunComms) Sat Jan 25 10:45:25 +0000 2020
@UniOfSunCommsThe impact organised drugs gangs have on the young and vulnerable has been captured in a series of powerful short f… https://t.co/QKcKwm4p7E— Uni Of Sun Comms (UniOfSunComms) Fri Jan 24 11:16:09 +0000 2020
@UniOfSunCommsPopular @BBCRadio4 programme Any Questions with @ChrisMasonBBC set to be broadcast from @sunderlanduni for the firs… https://t.co/H8Hj3RtiIZ— Uni Of Sun Comms (UniOfSunComms) Thu Jan 23 12:06:40 +0000 2020
@UniOfSunCommsFind out where our first cohort of @UOSMedicine student doctors have been this week https://t.co/5qRY9ecrKx… https://t.co/d3jTHB8mpv— Uni Of Sun Comms (UniOfSunComms) Thu Jan 23 09:38:11 +0000 2020