Children as young as 7 are being groomed to sell drugs for 'county lines’ in towns and villages all over the UK.
With extraordinary access, this film follows the children trapped in the dangerous world of drug running; exploring how they got into it and why they can’t get out.
With middle class families in rural Oxfordshire being affected, drugs gangs are no longer just operating in the big cities and it has become a priority for police forces around the country.
While the drugs gangs profit, many parents feel powerless as their children risk their lives carrying crack cocaine and heroin, and staying in so-called ‘trap houses’ for weeks at a time.
We follow police, parents and social workers trying to protect four young people and keep them safe, before it’s too late.