What trusted adults need to know about children accessing drugs online
Publish date: 10.7.19
The expansion of the online world, including the rise of the dark web and social media, has made it increasingly easier to sell and buy drugs with limited risk of getting caught. With many children and young people now browsing the internet via their own tablets and mobile phones, the digital world has allowed drugs to become more accessible to a younger audience. Click the buttons below to download.
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