That is the heading of a blog post written by Poppy Morandin and Jimmy Singh from Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia (5 December 2020) reporting on research conducted by the Australian National University. The contents of the post will be of interest to first aiders, first responders, paramedics and other health practitioners in the event health services field and those that have to deal with the emergency response to drugs misuse. You can read the post here:
- Poppy Morandin and Jimmy Singh, ‘Researchers question why public support has not prompted pill testing reform‘ Criminal Defence Laywers Australia (5/12/2020)
The original research is reported here:
- Ian McAllister and Toni Makkai ‘The effect of public opinion and politics on attitudes towards pill testing: Results from the 2019 Australian Election Study’ Drug and Alcohol Review (22 November 2020).
May i ask but on a different subject, please, a company in Mornington peninsula have a driving school, teaching people to drive, they have decided to decorate a vehicle in what is described as battenburg emergency police colour combinations, blue and white, they seem to be proud and enjoying the feedback on facebook, but one really perhaps has to question, why they chose to decorate resembling a police car: By the Book Driving School, Mornington peninsula vic
You’re right, that is a different subject. I can’t say why they chose to decorate their car in logos similar to police but on the law see https://emergencylaw.wordpress.com/2016/04/22/acceptable-hi-vis-jackets/ and https://emergencylaw.wordpress.com/2017/10/17/impersonating-an-emergency-service-worker-in-victoria/
Quick look at the website. The guy that runs it is an ex police officer.