Education must be answer
THE agony just continues with the revelations in the Evening Post and continual exposure to the drug market.
Surely there must be some agency with a positive method of educating these addicts before they become permanently "off their heads"?
It's becoming tragic, even boastful, that so many are "up for anything" . Where is the intelligence?
Of course, it is to is to be presumed that anyone falling into the hands of the police because of their drug-induced behaviour, are automatically charged with possession of drugs or by offering such filth for sale.
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With addiction or use of so called social drugs escalating by 400 per cent in just one year it is becoming a major cause for alarm in South West Wales.
With successful prosecutions this must charge the judiciary with extra pressure and an additional tax on their time and resources.
It must be said emphatically that if the NHS charge for all treatment and medical service used and the courts hand down appropriate fines, perhaps some if not all will begin to realise the expense they are unnecessarily subjecting themselves to, in the shape of a night out.
If by a little self-analysis they can rein in their excesses I'm sure they would benefit socially, so would everyone else.
Without drug takers the pushers would be out of business. Perhaps it may be possible for the city council to become more responsibly involved by creating a cabinet for correction, care and avoidance
R O Nicholls