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The following experts and professionals had been approached: Martin Barnes, Chief Executive, DrugScope, - willing to come to next scheduled meeting - 13 April.
The organisation had carried out research into legalisation of drugs. It is generally opposed to the legalisation of drugs but does support Government radical reforms. Michelle Williamson, Community Nurse, NDAS, was welcomed and explained her role with those in trouble in relation to drugs and rehabilitation attendance. She had four years experience as general nurse in the prison service and had seen different approaches to the problem. Her current post as Community Nurse dealt with drug offenders referred prostitute the Probation Service and concerned northamptin committing acquisitive crime to fund drug habits.
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The Chair suggested that the committee continue to gather information relating to drugs and crime over its next few meetings and evaluate findings.
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Michelle Williamson and Mark McDonnell were thanked for their useful and informative contribution to this research and for giving up an evening to attend the committee. In inner cities we can find the same.
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