Whatever your view is on drugs, they can be very dangerous to your health and CAN KILL.
The advice of Humberside Police is straightforward – DON’T TAKE DRUGS.
There is no ‘safe’ way to take drugs – there is always a risk.
The only way of staying safe is to avoid drugs altogether.
Talktofrank is a great source of information for young people or parents about the dangers and effects drugs and alcohol can have.
Drugs and drug related crime have a huge negative impact on our communities. We are committed to tackling the problems associated with drug use and drug dealing across Humberside and welcome any information you may have.
We would encourage anyone with information about drug dealling to call 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Drug dealers usually operate from busy locations to supply drugs to buyers. Things to look out for are:
Increased traffic from cars and pedestrians that only stops for short periods.
Activity or noise that is heavier at weekends, late at night or around paydays.
People loitering around a property during periods of heavy traffic.
People waiting in cars before or after visiting a property.
People parking around the corner or a few streets away and approaching on foot.
Money or parcels being exchanged through windows, letterboxes or under doors.
Small packets being exchanged for money
Debris including tin foil, small plastic bags, ‘wraps’, blister packs or syringes.
For Information on drugs visit:
What support is available for drug misuse?
For support with drug misuse call local council.
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Call: 0800 1615 700
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