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Comment #7288339 by Tom Ryan

Tom Ryan Jun 13th 2018, 1:57 PM #

He must be looking for a career in politics or probably looking to get a job on some state board, why come out and speak about this issue now, did he ever make his thoughts known while he was an assistant commissioner, outside of all of that I do agree it’s time society changes it’s approach.

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Ex-Assistant Commissioner on drug debate: 'Our young people are criminalised, deprived of life chances'

Ex-Assistant Commissioner on drug debate: 'Our young people are criminalised, deprived of life chances'

After 40 years in the force, Jack Nolan said it would be difficult to claim there are less drugs available now.

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