Ice forum hits Tanunda

Barossa Crime Prevention Officer Ian Skewes was MC for the evening.
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The Barossa Ice Forum hit Tanunda on June 9, with hundreds of community members attending the event in the hope of learning more about the drug ‘Ice’ and a variety of information.

New Chief Inspector Alby Quinn and Barossa Crime Prevention Officer Ian Skewes introduced the panel of eight experts for the night, before addressing the agenda of the evening to the attendees.

Chief Inspector Quinn discussed statistics about the Barossa Local Service Area regarding drug-driving and drink-driving before a panel addressed issues surrounding their expertise.

Chief Inspector Quinn also addressed that although ‘ice’ is a serious issue, it has been over-hyped over time, and dramatised to a large extent.

“I don’t think that its got the hype that it had a number of years ago,” he said.

“At the moment from a personal and policing perspective, we haven’t seen what was portrayed in the media to that extent.”

He also stated about the education side of how SAPOL tackle the issue, and start in schools and move eventually into sporting precincts as well.

“The sporting arena isn’t immune, where you’ve seen people such as Ben Cousins in the past, and other arenas aren’t immune to the issue either,” he said.

Chief Inspector Quinn said that if anything is out of the ordinary, that they are encouraged to report it.

“If you see something, smell something or you think something that isn’t right,” he said.​

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