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Latest statistics reveal
Western Australia has continued to report the highest average use of
methamphetamine in the country.
The Australian Crime Intelligence
Commission found methamphetamine accounted for 88.2 per cent of illicit drugs used by WA residents – the
highest percentage in the country.
drug activity is a major concern for property owners and tenants due to the
potential health and safety risks.
With the risk and harm posed to the WA
community on the increase, it is important to be educated on how to identify illicit
drug activity and how to manage the associated risks.
Last month REIWA Training launched a new
illicit drugs awareness course, which was highly praised by attendees.
This practical and evidence based session is
presented by two of Australia's most recognised illicit drug and drug
manufacture experts, Paul Newell and Keith Norman.
While the content has been developed to assist those working in real estate, the
session has also been popular with other industry professionals and also members
of the public.
“Extremely beneficial and factual insight into drug awareness. One of the most interesting courses I have attended,” - Ian Wilson
In the case of a known activity, suspicion
or evidence of illicit drug use, reports can be made to the police by visiting the Crime
Stoppers website or calling 1800 333 000.
To attend the next course, visit the REIWA Training courses page.
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