Police warn that the number of people using illegal substances in private homes and gardens is on the rise.
Strod police have issued a warning to PC Paul Davis, asking them to contact him if it would endanger their lives.
It has come to our notice that there is an increase in the use of illegal substances in private homes and gardens.
“The use of such substances can affect the user and can cause discomfort to anyone in the neighborhood.
If you feel your quality of life has been affected by this, please do not hesitate to let us know at 101 or contact us on the Constabulari website: gloucestershire.police.uk
“All reports are treated with confidence.
Please help us, to help you.
According to the Home Office, cannabis is illegal to grow, grow, distribute or sell in the UK.
Cannabis seizures carry a maximum of five years’ imprisonment, unlimited fines, or both.
Punishment for the user depends on many different factors, how much cannabis they have consumed and if they have had it before.
If it is used for personal gain, the police may issue a warning or a fine on the spot to a person who is being held in small quantities – generally less than one ounce.
Campaigners can enhance the health benefits of cannabis, but only in moderation.
It has been shown to reduce symptoms in patients suffering from chronic pain and seizures.
Specialists have been ordering cannabis oil since November 1, 2019.
Cannabis is illegal and is a Class B drug. The maximum penalty for possession of cannabis is five years’ imprisonment.