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Durham first force to use 'anti-drug spray' in pubs and clubs

Durham Constabulary have become the first force to adopt an 'anti-drug' spray to try and deter people from taking drugs such as cocaine in venues in Darlington.

Sgt Matt Plumb, Paul Ward and Cllr Jonathan Dulston

Sgt Matt Plumb, Paul Ward and Cllr Jonathan Dulston

Date - 11th October 2021
By - Chloe Livadeas
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‘BLOKit’ is a clear substance can be placed on most surfaces and causes powdered drugs to swell and stick to the surface. According to the developers it contains "the world’s most powerful bittering agent" which leaves a...
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