Police in the Scottish Borders are teaching children about drug crime as part of a campaign tackling the problem.
Raids targeting drug dealers have been taking place across the Borders since July, as part of Operation Goal.
54 people have been charged during this time, and seven are in jail. Now, children will be taught about the affects that taking drugs have on people's lives.
Detective Inspector Amanda McGrath spoke to ITV Border's Jenny Longden about Operation Goal and what it hopes to achieve.
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