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Jarryd Bartle

Jarryd Bartle

Sessional Lecturer in Criminal Law, RMIT University

Jarryd Bartle operates a boutique policy consultancy specialising in drug-related harms, 'vice' markets (adult industry, liquor, gambling) and evidence-based approaches to criminal behaviour.

Jarryd is also a sessional lecturer in criminal law subjects at RMIT University.

Jarryd has a background is as a criminal defence lawyer and as a research assistant within criminological research.

Drug use may increase the risk of coronavirus. Here's how to reduce the harms

Apr 16, 2020 15:24 pm UTC| Insights & Views

People who use illicit drugs, whether they are dependent or use them occasionally, are potentially at increased risk of harm during the coronavirus pandemic. The coronavirus is too new to know the exact interaction with...

ACT cannabis laws come into effect on Friday, but they may not be what you hoped for

Jan 28, 2020 08:18 am UTC| Insights & Views Law

New cannabis cultivation and possession laws come into effect in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) on Friday, January 31. But theyre not what most cannabis enthusiasts would be hoping for. The ACT laws are a good...

Parents of teens, here's what you really need to know about MDMA

Dec 03, 2019 03:21 am UTC| Insights & Views Health

We all want to reduce drug-related harm and ensure young people dont take unnecessary risks. But decades of research shows fear isnt an effective way to do this. This week, Newscorp Australia released The Ripple Effect,...

Home grown cannabis to be legal in the ACT. Now what?

Sep 28, 2019 13:46 pm UTC| Insights & Views Health Law

The Australian Capital Territory took the next step towards regulation of the illicit drug market yesterday with new legislation passing through parliament. The legislation, which wont come into effect until January 31,...

Prisoners need drug and alcohol treatments but AA programs aren't the answer

Sep 09, 2018 20:44 pm UTC| Insights & Views Health

Prisons and drug use are closely linked. Two-thirds of Australian prisoners report using illicit drugs in the 12 months before they entered prison, compared with 12% of the general population in the previous 12 months....

How Australian attitudes to cannabis compare to state laws

Jul 05, 2018 13:35 pm UTC| Insights & Views Law

Australians have a more progressive stance to cannabis reform than current laws reflect. A poll conducted by the Greens this week found that the majority of Tasmanians support the decriminalisation of recreational use...

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Economy

FxWirePro: Sterling Looks Weaker On Gloomy Economic & Geopolitical Surface – Deploy ‘Debit Call Spreads’ To Hedge

The Corona crisis has hit the British economy comparatively hard. In addition, Brexit risks remain high, which is why we assume that the pound will continue to remain weak against the euro. Given that the UK and EU...

Macau begins bringing back gamblers from China

Macau has started reissuing tourist visas to bring gamblers back and keep casino operators from losing $15 million daily in expenses. The coronavirus lockdowns brought a severe downturn to the number of Macaus visitors...

US to label goods from Hong Kong as 'Made in China'

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UK suffers 20.4% economic slump in Q2

The UK economy suffered its worst slump on record in the second quarter with a 20.4 percent plunge, the biggest of any major global economy. The slump, preceded by a 2.2 percent contraction in the first quarter, sent...

Greece's Preveza City leans on alternative tourism during pandemic

The pandemic opens up an opportunity for Preveza City, Greece, to promote alternative tourism, such as fishing and local life and culture related to the natural resources, says Constantin Koutsikopoulos, head of the...

Politics

Michelle Obama: Ex-FLOTUS, Oprah Winfrey, and many other influential women share why they vote

The November elections are shaping up to be a crucial one, with Donald Trump going against former vice president Joe Biden for the seat in the Oval Office. Former first lady Michelle Obama shares why she will be voting in...

Joe Biden, Kamala Harris make first joint appearance in Delaware

Joe Biden has officially announced that Senator Kamala Harris would become his running mate for the November elections. Following the announcement, the two will be making their first joint appearance as presidential and...

Donald Trump: Major companies speak out against POTUS' employment visa restrictions

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Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump once donated to Kamala Harris' attorney general reelection campaign

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Science

Climate change: Arctic region may be completely thawed out by 2035, researchers claim

Alongside the COVID-19 pandemic is the fight against climate change, which is now occurring at an accelerated rate in some parts of the worlds polar regions. Unfortunately, researchers have predicted a grim outcome of the...

Asteroids: NASA reveals potentially hazardous asteroid 2011 ES4 to pass by closer than the Moon

Space agencies such as NASA are constantly on the lookout for asteroids that would wander into the Earths orbit. With the news of one particularly hazardous asteroid making its way Earthbound, NASA revealed when it will be...

NASA: Lucy mission passes important milestone in preparation for Trojan asteroid mission

NASA is currently preparing for several missions such as the Artemis mission, the future Mars missions, and the Lucy mission. The agency has now made progress on the Lucy mission as it was revealed that it has now passed...

Mars mission: Colonizing the Red Planet is best done under the surface, says scientists

The future Mars mission will see astronauts setting foot on the Red Planet for the first time, with space agencies hoping to colonize Earths neighboring planet successfully. According to scientists, the best chance of...

Technology

‘PUBG Mobile’: OnePlus owners get first taste of 90fps frame rate through Sept. 6

The new normal for PUBG Mobile would soon include playing the game in 90 frames per second. OnePlus smartphone owners, however, are getting the first taste of the frame rate boost until early September. PUBG Mobile...

‘Halo Infinite’ won’t be released with Xbox Series X; delay to 2021 confirmed

Halo Infinite was not just a sequel game fans have been waiting for years. It has also been billed as the launch game for Microsofts next-generation console Xbox Series X. That will not be the case anymore as the next...

‘The Last of Us Part 2’ video leak suggests multiplayer tests were done as recent as March

The rumor mill for the The Last of Us Part 2 multiplayer has recently restarted after another video leak. Aside from playing with friends, the leak suggests playing as a group of Seraphites could be an option. The Last...

‘Cyberpunk 2077’ Lifepath details revealed in Night City Wire episode 2

Lifepaths have been one of the anticipated features of CD Projekt Reds upcoming RPG. Luckily, the second episode of Night City Wire released on Monday revealed more information on how choosing among the Nomad, Street Kid,...
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