Police in West Yorkshire have arrested and charged eleven people, and seized £100,000 of Class A drugs, as part of a national County Lines crime crackdown.
Officers say that, during last week's action, they undertook work to arrest suspects and also safeguard potential victims.
11 people were arrested across the county, who have all been charged and remanded for drugs and modern slavery act offences. A vulnerable man and a vulnerable woman were also identified and safeguarded.
As part of the operation offices seized cocaine and cash to a value of £120,000, as well as a quantity of crack cocaine.
Detective Superintendent Pat Twiggs said that 'county lines’ drug-related crime has "a hugely detrimental impact" on communities.