Lincolnshire Police in ‘legal highs’ campaign help plea

Lincolnshire Police
Lincolnshire Police

Lincolnshire Police has called on people who have used ‘legal highs’ to come forward and possibly help in a new campaign.

The force says it is committed to raising awareness on the dangers of people talking so called ‘legal highs’.

And to that end it wants to hear the experiences of those who have taken the drugs.

“Have you taken them and become ill, or suffered adverse psychological effects?” said a spokesperson for the force.

“Are you prepared to talk about your experiences publicly to help us with awareness campaigns?

“If so then please email with your contact details,” they added.