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Sniffer dogs: deterrent or dangerous?

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Last week’s Splendour in the Grass saw 92 punters charged with drug offences. The use of sniffer dogs has been heavily debated as to whether it works as a deterrent or merely encourages festival goers to accidentally overdose. Emer McCarthy spoke to Stephanie Tzanetis of Dancewize and Colleen Hartman to find out the role of sniffer dogs at music festivals

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