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Abbotsford Police have released the 2nd in a series of posters aimed at informing young people about the danger of street drugs.
Operation X was launched to teach kids that it’s not enough to just say “drugs are bad”. They need to know that they have a choice, and they should be armed with enough knowledge to make an informed decision. Police in both BC and Alberta have recently alerted the public about the dangers of ecstasy, specifically, after a number of overdoses and deaths. The media attention to this helped save the life of a 24 yr old Abbotsford man in March. Police hope kids will keep the discussion going. The posters are going up around local secondary schools, rec centres and bus stop benches.