Dob in a Dealer campaign hits Tweed Byron region

A STATE-wide campaign which is aimed at tackling the 'ice' epidemic in our communities will be utilised by the Tweed Byron Local Area Command.

The 'Dob in a Dealer' campaign has been initiated and funded by the Commonwealth Government, and is currently taking place in States and Territories across Australia.

In NSW, the campaign is being held in 21 LACs across the state, over a six-month period between March and September 2016.

It has already been run in Richmond Local Area Command.

The campaign will run in each LAC for two weeks, during which police and Crime Stoppers will conduct community-engagement activities designed to educate the public on the dangers of illicit drugs and how they can show their support for the campaign.

These activities will also highlight the important role members of the public have in helping police to shut down drug-manufacturing syndicates and arrest drug suppliers.

During the campaign, residents across Tweed Byron LAC will be urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or via the online portal, where they can report drug-dealing activities anonymously.

While members of the public are encouraged to report any prohibited-drug activity via Crime Stoppers, the focus of the 'Dob in a Dealer' campaign is the production, distribution and use of 'ice' (crystal methylamphetamine).



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