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IMPACT is Cheshire Constabulary protecting your community from serious and organised crime by relentlessly disrupting criminal activity as well as safeguarding vulnerable adults and children from criminal exploitation to make it a safer place to live.
Working closely with our partners and in line with the Home Office and National Crime Agency (NCA) strategy our aim is to reduce the risks and threats from organised crime using the four main objectives:
While we are do everything in our power to protect Cheshire from serious and organised crime we also need support from the public.
Nobody knows their villages, towns and city better than you. The people who live and work there.
We need you to be our eyes and our ears by looking out for suspicious behaviour that is out of place and spotting the signs of vulnerable children and adults being exploited.
If you think you have information – no matter how small get in touch with us and together we can help to make your community a safer place.
A county line is operated by an organised crime group who use a mobile phone, known as a ‘line’ or a ‘graft’ to extend their criminal activity business into new locations - usually from a city into rural areas. In some cases organised crime groups can target and exploit children, vulnerable adults and disabled people to deliver and deal drugs on their behalf.
Know the signs:
There are a number of ways to report information or a crime: