Drug report finds wa exceeding averages in ice use
The city of St. Paul issued a list last week that includes «some alarming trends,» including that some residents are using more ice than normal and some ice is being consumed more than it should.
Those figures, from the Department of Public Health, are based on public health surveys.
«When we get a tip from a neighbor or someone out there, we do everything we can, but we want to make sure we know there is a healthy population of people who live in the area,» St. Paul Police Chief Eric Larson said.
According to the city’s report, 3,831 daily people visited the city’s public pools between May and September, and 카지노 사이트that’s more than six times the normal daily pool visit rate.
There’s also a slight jump in ice use, at 6.3 percent.
According to Larson, it all comes down to ice use.
«We’re talking about folks not being as diligent as they should be about it, that in general we see an increase of an unhealthy amount of ice use,» Larson said. «So this is one thing we’re looking at there.»
The public health department estimates daily ice usage is more than double the daily amount by adults in the population of 5,567.
Larson believes the spike in use is mor우리카지노e about regular people using ice for recreation instead of healthy people.
«There are fewer, we assume, people who have gone out into the snow for winter fun,» Larson said.
St. Paul police said they’ve asked neighborhood recreation departments, s더킹카지노now park and ice company for help in responding to the public health department’s report.
The city also said there’s no specific problem with the ice or the community. However, Larson said if the public health department does have more statistics regarding what is being done to keep people safe, it will be used for appropriate action by the city.
With files from St. Paul Today, Jenny F. Hiltzer
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