The best advice is to trust your instincts. Even if someone isn't involved in County Lines drug dealing, they may be being exploited in some other way, so it's always worth speaking out.
Call Warwickshire Police - call 101 (or 999 in an emergency) or report your concerns via our website.
Make an anonymous report via Crimestoppers - contact the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or via their website.
If you are a young person who is worried about your involvement, or a friend's involvement in county lines, but do not want to go to the police:
Speak out to someone you trust - If you're worried about reporting something, you can also talk to an adult you trust such as a family friend, relative, teacher or another adult.
Contact Childline on 0800 1111 - Childline is private and confidential service where you can talk to specially trained counsellors about anything that is worrying you.
Alternatively, speak to a children and young people's service like Catch 22. They work with children and young people of any age to help get them out of situations they're worried about, and have helped lots of children and young people involved in County Lines.
Working in partnership with other agencies, St Giles offers specialist services to help young people make a safe and sustained exit from county line involvement. Caseworkers offer both practical and emotional support to the young person and their family to help address any issue which might be driving county line involvement.