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Argument: It is easy to catch people with laser pointers, but it's not easy to catch people using them improperly.

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==Supporting quotes:== ==Supporting quotes:==
NSW Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione said that making it illegal to carry lasers will help police crack down on the improper use of the devices. NSW Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione said that making it illegal to carry lasers will help police crack down on the improper use of the devices.
"We have had incidents where we have detected somebody with a laser in a vehicle, we weren't in a position to act," he said. "We have had incidents where we have detected somebody with a laser in a vehicle, we weren't in a position to act," he said.

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Debate: Ban on laser pointers

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NSW Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione said that making it illegal to carry lasers will help police crack down on the improper use of the devices.

"We have had incidents where we have detected somebody with a laser in a vehicle, we weren't in a position to act," he said.

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