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Press Photo by Nadya Faulx Grand Forks Police Sgt. Travis Jacobson, a drug recognition expert, speaks at a public event following Tuesday’s Project ACE conference, which highlighted challenges facing the Dickinson community. Drug use “isn’t a new problem, it’s a changing problem,” he said.

Culture to crime: Project ACE conference highlights changes North Dakota faces

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In post-oil boom Dickinson, drug use isn’t a new problem, but it is a changing one, according to one North Dakota drug recognition expert.

Speaking at a conference hosted by the non-profit Community Action Partnership Tuesday, Grand Forks Police Sgt. Travis Jacobson outlined the signs and symptoms of drug-use before a crowd of 100 or so social workers, drug counselors and law enforcement officers.

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