Sat, 30 Jun 2012 11:50a.m.
A review of deaths in police custody has highlighted difficulties the force has with drunk and drugged detainees.
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5/07/2012 11:02:08 a.m.
Maybe if the Marijuana is legalized none of the pressure would take place and no waste of the taxpayers money, but waisting the taxpayers money on drug test for the unemployment is a waste of time and money, some of them will dry out just to passed the drug test then straight back to pot, its the standard procudures for all drug users regardless if you are working in parliament or in the cop station.. Drug test all the staffs each month in this country then you will find the truth to the drug users..
1/07/2012 12:40:41 a.m.
It's so much more easier to blame someone else instead of taking personnal responsibility!
30/06/2012 5:50:28 p.m.
To be honest, Who cares, its not like these people were pillars of society. They were scum and this country is probably a better place without these criminals.
30/06/2012 4:09:37 p.m.
So a person dies in custody while out of their tree on alcohol, drugs, or a combination of both. I don't see any extra problems. The punishment is self-inflicted. Why should the death be the police department's problem? Don't get pissed, don't take drugs, and don't get arrested. All three are a simple matter of taking personal responsibility.
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