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Revisiting the issues around commercially viable indoor marihuana growing operations in British Columbia

Author: Darryl Plecas; Jordan Diplock; Len Garis; University College of the Fraser Valley. Centre for Public Safety and Criminal Justice Research,; University College of the Fraser Valley. School of Criminology & Criminal Justice,
Publisher: Abbotsford [British Columbia] : Centre for Public Safety and Criminal Justice Research, University of the Fraser Valley : School of Criminology & Criminal Justice, University of the Fraser Valley, [2012]
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Media reports of law enforcement efforts targeted at marihuana growing operations or 'grow ops' in British Columbia has come to be so common in recent years we can appreciate why many people might have started taking them for granted. Indeed, any new media report about grow ops almost seems like old news. Further, while these reports will from time to time give attention to the violence, organized crime activity,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Darryl Plecas; Jordan Diplock; Len Garis; University College of the Fraser Valley. Centre for Public Safety and Criminal Justice Research,; University College of the Fraser Valley. School of Criminology & Criminal Justice,
OCLC Number: 860711259
Description: 1 online resource (28 pages)
Responsibility: Darryl Plecas, Jordan Diplock, and Len Garis.
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Media reports of law enforcement efforts targeted at marihuana growing operations or 'grow ops' in British Columbia has come to be so common in recent years we can appreciate why many people might have started taking them for granted. Indeed, any new media report about grow ops almost seems like old news. Further, while these reports will from time to time give attention to the violence, organized crime activity, and other harms associated to one aspect or another of marihuana industry in the province, few of them really get into the details. Consequently, most British Columbians might have some sense that marihuana growing operations are a problem, but they do not get a level of the information that would be helpful to fully appreciating why grow ops in British Columbia are an extremely serious matter.

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