Anti-drug campaign “Tell me where they sell death!” starts in Crimea
The first stage of the anti-drug campaign “Tell me where they sell death!” has started in Crimea, aimed at involving the general public in the prevention of drug addiction and the fight against drug trafficking. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Republic of Crimea.
Interdepartmental events are held at the all-Russian level from March 13 to March 24, 2023, their coordinator is the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia.
During the days of the action, the telephone «hot lines» of the internal affairs bodies will work in an enhanced mode. By calling the police, Crimeans will be able to pass on information about the facts of illegal trafficking, as well as non-medical drug use. In addition, various services and departments involved in anti-drug work are involved in the campaign. We are talking about public organizations, youth movements, as well as various subjects of prevention, designed to work in the field of anti-drug activities.the message says.
The police are counting on the active citizenship of the Crimeans. As noted in the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Republic of Crimea, citizens with their indifference can save the lives of many young fellow citizens. All facts of drug trafficking can be reported to the single police number «102» or to the «hot line» phone (3652) 734-613.
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