Arrow Used To Deliver Meth To Inmates At Pacific Institution In Abbotsford

Abbotsford (with files from Correctional Service Canada) – Well , it’s a unique way to get drugs into a prison.

On Thursday morning January 9 (@10:50 a.m), CDC staff members found a package containing contraband was seized on the perimeter of Pacific Institution.

The contraband seized included a carbon-fibre sporting arrow with two packages attached containing 9 grams of crystal methamphetamine. The total estimated institutional value of this seizure is $7,200.

APD have been notified and the institution is investigating.

The Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) uses a number of tools to prevent drugs from entering its institutions. These tools include ion scanners and drug-detector dogs to search buildings, personal property, inmates and visitors.

CSC is heightening measures to prevent contraband from entering its institutions in order to help ensure a safe and secure environment for everyone. CSC also works in partnership with the police to take action against those who attempt to introduce contraband into correctional institutions.

CSC has set up a telephone tip line for all federal institutions so that it may receive additional information about activities relating to security at CSC institutions. These activities may be related to drug use or trafficking that may threaten the safety and security of visitors, inmates and staff members working at CSC institutions.

The toll-free number, 1‑866‑780‑3784, helps ensure that the information shared is protected and that callers remain anonymous.

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