Provincial police are looking to raise awareness on the dangers of methamphetamine.
There will be a special live interactive presentation on OPP's Facebook page on Tuesday at 7 p.m.
Viewers will be able to speak directly with experts from the Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau.
In a release, police say meth continues to be one of the most prevalent substances in our country's illicit drug market.
"It is highly addictive, easy to obtain and low cost. It has permeated into our communities, and has a serious impact on community safety, leading to an increase in a wide spectrum of violent and property crimes."
Provincial police are also creating a 'Methamphetamine Strategy' to take a proactive approach in addressing the presence, production, and trafficking of meth in Ontario communities.
#Methamphetamine questions or concerns? Tune in July 9 at 7pm to learn how to spot the warning signs of #meth in your community and what you can do to help https://t.co/i21SFmQ3kS #AskAnOfficer pic.twitter.com/rigJOuhdps— Ontario Prov Police (@OPP_News) July 8, 2019