With new drugs being developed and becoming increasingly available to teenagers, understandably parents are worried about their behaviour and safety
(PRWEB UK) 18 October 2012
The UK Drug Policy Commission has described drug-taking as simply another 'moderately selfish' or 'risky' behaviour, similar to gambling or a diet of burger and chips, in its latest report. They suggest the Government should focus on damage limitation rather than an outright ban on drugs.
The report also suggests it should not be a criminal offence to grow cannabis for personal use and that the government should concentrate on ensuring addicts take substances ‘responsibly’.
The commission said a new approach is needed because of the rapid creation of new drugs is changing the market too quickly for the traditional methods used to control it.
The comments are expected to cause much debate in the ongoing dispute over drug legislation and worry amongst many parents. A growing number of parents are now enlisting the expertise of private investigators to find out if their teenagers are taking drugs.
Private Detective Guildford provide services for worried parents who ask for their teenage children to be given polygraph tests (they must be over 14) or followed to see if they are taking drugs.
A spokesperson from Private Detective Guildford said:
“With new drugs being developed and becoming increasingly available to teenagers, understandably parents are worried about their behaviour and safety. We understand they want to be given a peace of mind and have their fears either confirmed or denied. By using our expertise, we can provide them with answers.”
Private Detective Guildford along with their sister company Private Investigators Crawley are a team of highly trained professional and discreet private investigators and detectives with over 35 years experience in the industry. Their understanding and approachable team of male and female detectives are available 24/7 to conduct matrimonial, corporate and private investigations.