"Social media is extensively used by drug dealers – but the police have little ability to stop it."
"Now, they require to Instagram to take their responsibilities."
"– Instagram makes nothing of its own accord. I feel the frustration and irritation that you don't take it seriously, " says Peter Lind, director of the police external group of young people."
"Here you can see 200 seconds of the hunt on Instagram-dealers:"
"Aftonbladet and Viafrees program 200 seconds have audited the langningen of alcohol and drugs to minors on Instagram. Narcotics police and ungdomspolisen are well aware of the problem."
"A large part of the previously langades on the street has now moved to apps like Instagram and Snapchat."
"– Social media is used all the time, there are how many accounts any time on Instagram, " says Ken of the narcotics police to 200 seconds."
" We have probably taken an extremely small percent of all those who sell via social media and this is a growing problem. I believe that the dealers themselves are recognizing that they succeed time and time again, " said his colleague, Martin."
"the Police have now stepped up the work with langningen on Instagram, everyone who works with drugs are aware of the scope and has begun to take hold of the problem. But much remains to be done."
"Now, we have managed to deter a bunch of drug dealers so I think they understand that this will not keep how long," says narcotics police, Martin."
"Peter o'leary is the acting head of the Part external group of young people in the City, he reacts strongly to langningen."
"Hatred is a strong word, but I think it is terrible that people are making money on others' misfortune. Young people have in all times tried to get hold of the liquor but it is the approach to which I am opposed, " he says."
"”Instagram does nothing”"
"A lot of dealers are minors. They earn big money and take no responsibility for who they sell to. Peter o'leary has himself picking up the 14-year-olds to the emergency room because they drank a whole bottle of vodka."
"He is critical of Instagram and its owner Facebook that does not stop the accounts."
"– Instagram makes nothing of its own accord, but it is only if someone puts pressure on them. I feel the frustration and irritation that you don't take it seriously, " says Peter Lind."
"What have you for the opportunity to stop the sale on Instagram?"
"– We will not be able to stop it with the resources we have. This is required to Instagram to take a much greater responsibility and then it is that they need to see how these accounts are affected. The responsibility is ultimately on Instagram and the owner of Instagram, then Facebook."
"What tools do you have?"
"– We do as much as we can and have a close cooperation with prosecutors. I want us to be more active on social media and keep an eye on the dealers, but they know about it. So I would like to work up to it to Instagram regulate their activities."
"Parents have a responsibility."
"Peter Lind think that parents have a responsibility to take part of what the kids do with their phones, not behind the backs of the children, but in agreement."
" A large portion of crime today is linked to the phone, it is ranging from threats, insults, and now we have also seen this with penningtvättsbrott. To provide access to their swish-accounts to the money that comes from criminal activity. All of this is on their children's phones and it is a world in which adults do not have access to at all."
"– Parents need to put themselves into and understand what all this means."
"1. Register your account directly to Instagram:
"who is behind the account can't see who it is that signed. Continue to be on if they do not disappear."
"2. Polisanmäl: If it is clear that the account sells alcohol or drugs is a crime. To take screenshots."
"3. Pay attention to the followers: make sure that the bucket-the accounts do not follow your child on Instagram – it is so they spread the business."
"4. Talk with your child: Ask if your child feels to alcohol sales via social media, if it is purchased for yourself or know someone who has done it. Tell that langningen is illegal."
"5. Talk with other parents and adults: please Tell us how easy it is for children and young people to obtain alcohol through social media, the risks that it is associated with and how to report accounts to, for example, on Instagram."
"Source: IQ-the initiative and the Police."
"If you as a parent or child wants to talk about problems with alcohol and drugs, you can always contact social services, school health services and child and youth psychiatry services where you live."
"alcohol helpline: 020-844 448. Support phone if the use of alcohol."
"Alkoholhjälpen: Tips and advice for those who have concerns about their own or others' alcohol consumption."
"the children's helpline: 116 111. Support phone for all up to 18 years of age."
"Drugsmart: For young people about alcohol and other drugs."
"AT: youth center on the web."
"when you: the parents 'association against drugs"
"Cannabishjälpen: For everyone who is affected by cannabis."
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