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An extraordinary attempt has been made to decriminalize the drug ice cream and to open more injection spaces

Extraordinary pressure to decriminalize ice and open up MORE injection rooms, speeding up use of the drug as a & # 39; health problem & # 39; and the abolition of criminal offenses

  • A push to decriminalize the drug ice and to open more injection chambers
  • Recommendations are for New South Wales Special Commission Inquiry into Ice
  • Drug delivery would remain illegal, but drug use would be a & # 39; health problem & # 39; to be
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An attempt has been made to decriminalize the drug ice cream and to open more injection rooms.

The recommendations come from lawyers who assist in the special investigation of the New South Wales Commission into Ice, which will be released in January.

According to the petitioner, criminal sanctions for illicit drug supply would continue to exist, but drug use would be considered a "health and social problem" and criminal offenses would be deleted.

An extraordinary attempt has been made to decriminalize the drug ice cream and to open more injection spaces

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An extraordinary attempt has been made to decriminalize the drug ice cream and to open more injection spaces

Drug users would be referred by the police to a tailor-made health intervention instead of being charged.

Test pill tests would also be introduced if the recommendations were incorporated into the study and those changes were implemented.

There would also be an end to tracking dogs at music festivals.

Injection rooms would be set up according to needs and young people between the ages of 16 and 18 would have access to it, but that would be subject to a clinical assessment.

The entry says that although NSW was once a world leader in drug policy development, it had declined.

The NSW Drug Summit in 1999 resulted in the supervised injection room of Kings Cross.

Spray rooms would be set up based on need and young people between 16 and 18 could gain access, but that would be subject to a clinical assessment
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Spray rooms would be set up based on need and young people between 16 and 18 could gain access, but that would be subject to a clinical assessment

Spray rooms would be set up based on need and young people between 16 and 18 could gain access, but that would be subject to a clinical assessment

& # 39; However, the study found that the drug stagnation stagnated twenty years later and in some cases completely disappeared & # 39 ;, the petitioner says.

WHAT IS ICE?

Crystal methamphetamine (ice) is a stimulating drug, which means that it speeds up the messages between the brain and the body.

It is stronger, addictive and therefore has more harmful side effects than the powdered form of methamphetamine, known as speed.

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Source: Alcohol and Drug Foundation

According to the submission, only a & # 39; marginal benefit & # 39; for criminalizing personal use and possession of illegal drugs, but it had a & # 39; wide range of significant damage & # 39 ;.

The unifying senior executive Doug Taylor told the Sydney Morning Herald the possible recommendations would be a & # 39; comprehensive blueprint for a new and much-needed path for NSW drug policy & # 39 ;.

& # 39; Policy makers must embrace a compassionate, fact-based, and health-based response and leave the years of failed policies behind. & # 39;

The next step in the process is for the Commissioner to consider all the evidence, the comments, before further consultation with the panel of experts.

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The findings and recommendations will be given to the NSW government in the final report.

LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF ICE USE:

Extreme weight loss due to decreased appetite

Restless sleep

Dry mouth and dental problems

Regular cold or flu

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Problems with concentrating

Breathlessness

Muscle stiffness

Anxiety, paranoia and violence

Depression

Heart and kidney problems

Increased risk of stroke

Need to use more to get the same effect

Dependence on ice

Financial, work or social problems

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Source: alcohol and drug foundation

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