We see Jacqui Lambie's struggle to save her son, Dylan, from addiction; how organised crime gets ice into the country; a raid to try to break a crime syndicate; and how does the drug court deter users from reoffending?
Police and health services in Blacktown manage the local ice problem. A world champ speaks out about his struggles with addiction, showing meth doesn't discriminate. Another ex-user tells of redemption through rehabilitation.
Small towns feel the effects of social dislocation caused by ice. In Nowra many drivers test positive for meth at roadside drug testing. Anthony Mundine visits his hometown of Wellington to see the effect ice is having there.
This Australian series explores where ice comes from, how it's made and what kind of people benefit from the profits made on the misery of users. We hear from the police who plan and execute anti-ice strategies daily.
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