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29 May 2008
Random drug testing in our high schools is being mooted as one way to clamp down on methamphetamine, or p. Former detective turned drug educator Mike Sabin is criticising the government for failing to deal with what he calls the p epidemic. He says police are losing the battle against the drug. He has told parliament's justice select committee it should consider introducing zero tolerance for p and random drug testing of school students. But Murray Trenberth from Welltrust which runs a drug education programme says that would not work. Both men spoke to Sunrise.
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