Australia’s top police officer pushes back against changes to ACT’s drug possession laws | ABC News

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Labor backbencher Michael Petterson is driving plans to decriminalise possession of small amounts of hard drugs like ice, heroin and methamphetamine in the ACT.

But during Senate Estimates today, AFP Commissioner Reece Kershaw warned the loosening of drug laws could draw organised crime to the territory.

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