Ofsted chief warns councils of county lines complacency

By Martin Ford | 14 November 2018

Some councils are underestimating the extent of the threat posed by county lines operations to children, the head of a watchdog has warned.

Ofsted’s chief inspector, Amanda Spielman, unveiled the findings of a report into the issue in a speech at the National Children and Adults Services conference in Manchester today.

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