How do I talk to a drug dealer?
Talk in code, especially over the phone. Don’t try to haggle over the price too much; ask nicely once and that’s it. And educate yourself: research what your drugs should look like, what they should taste like, what they should look like, how much you should take, always have a backup plan.”
How do I find out about drug activity in my neighborhood?
What are the warning signs of drug activity in the neighborhood?
- Excessive foot traffic to and from a house or property.
- Loitering in or around a house.
- Frequent and unusual traffic patterns such as: Stop – Enter – Leave.
- Traffic frequently stops and a resident comes out and talks briefly with occupants of car.
How do I deal with drug dealers in my area?
Drug use or dealing is a crime and should be reported to the police immediately. You can contact the police on 101 or 999 in an emergency. If you want to report suspected drug dealing anonymously, you can do this through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 1111 or via their website.
How do I report a drug dealer in Australia?
If you have any information about someone who is manufacturing or dealing drugs, you can call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at www.crimestoppers.com.au.
What are other names for drug dealers?
synonyms for drug dealer
- drug trafficker.
- candy man.
- dope peddler.
- dope pusher.
- drug peddler.
What happens in a trap house?
Cops knock one down, and another one pops up. They’re called “trap houses,” a place where drug dealers peddle their poison. These days, the poison of choice is heroin. Spotting a “trap house” isn’t all that tough.
How do you stop a cuckoo?
Stay aware and spot potential signs of drug dealers near you.
- usually takes place in a multi-occupancy or social housing property.
- increase in the number of coming and goings /people entering and leaving.
- increase in cars or bikes outside.
- possible increase in anti-social activity in and around the property.
What to do if you find a bag of drugs?
Call your Local Authority to report what you have found and where. If the drug litter is in a public place, the Local Authority will dispose of it safely. If the drug litter is on private property, the Local Authority will be able to advise on how the property owner can dispose of it safely.