Eight people have been charged in crackdown on drug use at Wagga's pubs and clubs.
Inspector Peter McLay said on Friday evening, police conducted a drug dog operation on licensed premises.
"Police attended the Que Bar shortly after 11pm on Friday night and detected a total of eight persons in possession of various prohibited drugs including ecstasy, cocaine and cannabis," he said.
"A number of persons have been issued court attendance notices in relation to those particular offences.
"One male, who was from the ACT, was in possession of eight MDMA caps and he was issued a court attendance notice to appear at Wagga Local Court at a later date."
Inspector McLay said police later attended the William Farrer Hotel.
"There was a young fellow detected with possession of cannabis," he said.
"We have not run a drug dog operation in Wagga for some time, but we can expect with the results from Friday night there will be some further operations in the coming months.
"It is disappointing anytime someone is found in possession of prohibited drugs but it is not all that surprising."
Inspector McLay said on the same night, two people were issued with court attendance notices for offensive behaviour and language in Peter Street.