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New South Wales police officers are stepping up their efforts to find drug dealers and couriers using Sydney's train network.
Drug detection dogs are already allowed on most train lines without a warrant, but new laws, including on the North Shore Line, will be in place next week.
Police Minister John Watkins says a combination of information and the dogs' ability makes for effective policing.
"Our drug detection dogs play a very important role in the detection and enforcement of our drug legislation," he said.
"They are very sensitive, very able to sniff out cannabis, cocaine and amphetamines and are being very effectively used by NSW police."
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