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Narcotic-dogs and police


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Written on: 15.05.2013 10:46
Svavar
Posts: 6
Hey guys.

Does anyone know if it'll be like last year where they walked around with dogs busting people for smoking joints? Have a friend who got busted twice and got a total fine of 4000dkr.

I think it SUCKS that they do this: Roskilde Festival without weed just ain't the same.
I don't care if they go after the guys dealing hard stuff like Coke, but come on, weed?
Written on: 15.05.2013 11:04
Martin Horn Pedersen
Official RF person
Posts: 1195
Svavar wrote:

Hey guys.

Does anyone know if it'll be like last year where they walked around with dogs busting people for smoking joints? Have a friend who got busted twice and got a total fine of 4000dkr.

I think it SUCKS that they do this: Roskilde Festival without weed just ain't the same.
I don't care if they go after the guys dealing hard stuff like Coke, but come on, weed?


The police will 100% sure be at Roskilde, like they have been all years and will be all years
Written on: 15.05.2013 11:07
Svavar
Posts: 6
Martin Horn Pedersen wrote:

Svavar wrote:

Hey guys.

Does anyone know if it'll be like last year where they walked around with dogs busting people for smoking joints? Have a friend who got busted twice and got a total fine of 4000dkr.

I think it SUCKS that they do this: Roskilde Festival without weed just ain't the same.
I don't care if they go after the guys dealing hard stuff like Coke, but come on, weed?


The police will 100% sure be at Roskilde, like they have been all years and will be all years


I know, but i was wondering more about the dogs. I've been to RF 10times and never before seen dogs there. I realise there have likely been dogs there before, but last year was really bad and i saw them a lot.
Written on: 15.05.2013 11:11
Martin Horn Pedersen
Official RF person
Posts: 1195
Svavar wrote:

Martin Horn Pedersen wrote:

Svavar wrote:

Hey guys.

Does anyone know if it'll be like last year where they walked around with dogs busting people for smoking joints? Have a friend who got busted twice and got a total fine of 4000dkr.

I think it SUCKS that they do this: Roskilde Festival without weed just ain't the same.
I don't care if they go after the guys dealing hard stuff like Coke, but come on, weed?


The police will 100% sure be at Roskilde, like they have been all years and will be all years


I know, but i was wondering more about the dogs. I've been to RF 10times and never before seen dogs there. I realise there have likely been dogs there before, but last year was really bad and i saw them a lot.


Only the police know I am pretty sure of. It is not like Roskilde can yes or no to the Police bring dogs
Written on: 15.05.2013 11:20
Svavar
Posts: 6
Martin Horn Pedersen wrote:

Svavar wrote:

Martin Horn Pedersen wrote:

Svavar wrote:

Hey guys.

Does anyone know if it'll be like last year where they walked around with dogs busting people for smoking joints? Have a friend who got busted twice and got a total fine of 4000dkr.

I think it SUCKS that they do this: Roskilde Festival without weed just ain't the same.
I don't care if they go after the guys dealing hard stuff like Coke, but come on, weed?


The police will 100% sure be at Roskilde, like they have been all years and will be all years


I know, but i was wondering more about the dogs. I've been to RF 10times and never before seen dogs there. I realise there have likely been dogs there before, but last year was really bad and i saw them a lot.


Only the police know I am pretty sure of. It is not like Roskilde can yes or no to the Police bring dogs


I know, but it sure looks like RF might have asked them to bring (more of) them last year. And it might also be that the Police would let RF know about their intentions regarding the dogs. It is not like RF and the Police don't talk and plan the law-enforcement's involvement in Festival security.
Written on: 15.05.2013 11:31
Saturnus
Posts: 3047
Maybe you just weren't paying attention in previous years, or they were just in another area. I've seen the police with narc dogs several times going as far back as I can remember. They're probably there every year.

I doubt the festival have anything to do with general Police business.
Written on: 15.05.2013 13:10
Svavar
Posts: 6
Saturnus wrote:

Maybe you just weren't paying attention in previous years, or they were just in another area. I've seen the police with narc dogs several times going as far back as I can remember. They're probably there every year.

I doubt the festival have anything to do with general Police business.


Also on the festival area? Camping grounds i could live with, but busting people at the festival site for smoking joints while enjoying some reggae is just wrong.
Written on: 15.05.2013 13:30
Saturnus
Posts: 3047
Svavar wrote:

Saturnus wrote:

Maybe you just weren't paying attention in previous years, or they were just in another area. I've seen the police with narc dogs several times going as far back as I can remember. They're probably there every year.

I doubt the festival have anything to do with general Police business.


Also on the festival area? Camping grounds i could live with, but busting people at the festival site for smoking joints while enjoying some reggae is just wrong.


I don't even know how to begin to describe how wrong the Danish drug policy is. However, the Police are required to do a job. I am very sure that almost all Police officers at Rsokilde don't enjoy harassing people for such minor offenses but they have to.
Written on: 17.05.2013 11:12
Mr. Selfdestruct
Posts: 17
If you're stupid enough to get caught with drugs, you should't have them in the first place. Clever people do all the drugs they want to on Roskilde...
Written on: 17.05.2013 12:25
I Like Turtles
Posts: 757
OMG, dogs with jobs! icon_lol.gif


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