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Canadian Chiefs of Police: Decriminalize Drug Possession

The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) is calling for the decriminalization of possession of all illicit drugs for personal use. Adam Palmer, Vancouver Police Chief and CACP president, said addiction issues should not be handled by the police. “Bottom line is, addiction issues should best be handled by a health care system, not …

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